“Finding Dory” is one of the most-anticipated 3D computer-animated movies that is expected to hit the big screens by the next year. The sequel to 2003’s “Finding Nemo will see Hollywood’s eminent stars like Ellen DeGeneres, Albert Brooks, Kaitlin Olson, Willem Dafoe, d O’Neill and Eugene Levy just to name a few.
“Finding Dory” will be reportedly focused on the amnesiac character named Dory and the concept of her returning home and joining the family will be the core idea of its story. DeGeneres, who will voice for the Pacific regal blue tang Dory, discussed with ET Online how her character was created.
“I hadn’t worked at all. People don’t realize that because it took three years to do ‘Finding Nemo.’ In the time that [The Ellen Show] was canceled, while I was doing nothing, Andrew Stanton had heard my voice on TV and how rambling I was and how I never stayed on topic, and he wrote ‘Dory’ with me in mind,” DeGeneres said.
The upcoming movie “Finding Dory” will reportedly introduce a lot of additional characters like Dory’s biological parents, Jenny, and Charlie (to be voiced by Diane Keaton and Eugene Levy respectively).
The sequel will take back to Dory’s birthplace Marine Biology Institute of California where she was nourished and later released into the sea. Australia Network News also confirms that the movie will also amuse us with Dory’s adventurous journey in finding her parents.
According to Venture Capital Post (via Chicago Tribune), a sixth-grader, Hayden Rolence (who attends Still Middle School in Aurora) is voicing for Nemo in the upcoming movie “Finding Dory,” and his voice can be heard during a conversation with his father when we will get the new trailer. You can watch the earlier official film trailers on DeGeneres’ Youtube channel named Ellen Tube.
“Finding Dory” is scheduled to the big screens on June 17, 2016.
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