‘Finding Dory’ Updates: Meet Destiny and Bailey!

By Kitin Miranda | 1 year ago
‘Finding Dory’ Updates: Meet Destiny and Bailey!
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Walt Disney’s and Pixar’s “Finding Nemo” surprised viewers and fans alike after it was released, stealing the hearts of children and adults alike. Now, Pixar and Walt Disney are doing it again with “Finding Dory,” with even more new and lovable characters, whose details have just been released. WARNING: This article will contain spoilers and updates for Pixar and Walt Disney’s “Finding Dory.”

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Fans of “Finding Nemo,” Walt Disney and Pixar are definitely in for a treat as Entertainment Weekly has just released a first look image as to what and who Dory’s (Ellen DeGeneres) new friends will be in “Finding Dory.”

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According to IGN and Entertainment Weekly, “Finding Dory” will be set six months after Marlin and Nemo reunited in “Finding Nemo.”

However, this time around, it is Dory’s turn to go on an adventure, as the blue tang decided to go on a journey to search for her parents, whom she suddenly remembered. This, of course, is quite a feat as it is well known that Dory has a lot of trouble trying to remember things.

According to Entertainment Weekly, while on her way to find her parents, she ends up at a “rehabilitation center at a marine life facility” where she meets two new friends- a whale shark named Destiny and a snub-nosed beluga whale named Bailey.

Bailey will be voiced by “Modern Family’s” Ty Burrell, a fan of “Finding Nemo.” According to Burrell, Bailey is at the rehabilitation clinic as he isn’t that good at using his sonar capabilities.

Bailey also doesn’t get along that much with fellow patient Destiny, who will be voiced by Kaitlin Olson.

According to the article, Olson’s Destiny is in the rehabilitation clinic as she cannot seem to swim straight.

The pair often bicker with each, with Destiny insulting the largeness of Bailey’s head, and with Bailey insisting on calling Destiny a whale.

According to the concept art, Bailey is mostly gray, with white lips and flippers while Destiny is dark blue with white spots all over the top portion of her body.

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However, the concept art that was just released is very reminiscent of the friendliness of the animals in the original film.

Are you excited to swim the seas again with Dory? Are you excited to meet Bailey and Destiny? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

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Kitin Miranda enjoys writing, learning new things, telling stories, and doing theater. When she is not busy with her many projects, she can be found reading a good book, writing poetry or fiction, updating her blog, discovering new food places around her neighborhood, or watching American or Asian TV shows.