Although the releasing date is almost a year far from now, Disney Pixar has disclosed some new information for the highly anticipated movie “Finding Dory,” which is a sequel to the 2003 blockbuster “Finding Nemo.” Go through it if you are a die-hard fan of Disney’s animated sequel.
The famous director Andrew Stanton is in the responsibility to direct the production of “Finding Dory” that is slated to hit the big screen on June 17, 2016. Recently, Disney has revealed some name of the cast members with whom the production is already at work.
As we all know, the comedienne Ellen DeGeneres will voice the lovable character Dory, a pacific regal blue tang, whereas the other typical characters like Hank (an angry octopus) and Bailey (a beluga whale) would be played by the “Modern Family” star Ed O’Neill and his co-star Ty Burrell. Oppositely, as confirmed by 9News Australia, “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” actress Kaitlin Olson is set to voice for Dory’s adopted sister, a whale shark named Destiny.
“(Destiny) does not like to be thought of as shark, she just wants to a whale, sharks are scary, and she doesn’t want to be scary,” Olson told ScreenSlam at the D23 Expo on August 15.
“Oh and Dory’s my friend,” Olson added while revealing a glimpse of her plot in “Finding Dory.”
A press release of Disney and Pixar revealed some hints of Stanton in which he shares some insights of Dory. He said that she would be “reunited with her loved ones and learn the meaning of family along the way.”
In the movie “Finding Dory,” DeGeneres’ character Dory will suddenly regain her memories and make her way back to the Marine Biology Institute of California where she was born. There she will meet Hank who will become her guide. The upcoming sequel of “Finding Nemo” will also portray Dory’s vast adventure with an objective to search her real parents, Charlie and Jenny – the characters that will be voiced by Eugene Levy and Diane Keaton.
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