‘Finding Dory’ First Look: Ellen DeGeneres Has A Lesson For Disney Fans’

By Neha Bakshi | 2 years ago
‘Finding Dory’ First Look: Ellen DeGeneres Has A Lesson For Disney Fans’

Who all remember Nemo? Yes, we are talking about the Disneys’ unforgettable movie “Finding Nemo”. Its’ been 13 long years since the movie released and now the sequel “Finding Dory” is all set to release in the midst of 2016. The fans are eagerly waiting for the upcoming sequel, as they got to watch teaser at Disney’s D23 Expo. Excited to know more about it? Read on to find out more about “Finding Dory”.

Ellen DeGeneres, the renowned stand-up comedian who starred as Dory in the first part has now taken charge of the main lead in ‘Finding Dory’. The 2nd part opens up 6 months after from the original story timeline and is based on reuniting with her family and she will be accompanied by Marlin and Nemo through her journey. The “American Pie” actor Eugene Levy and “Annie Hall” actress Diane Keaton are going to voice as Dorys’ father and mother.

Pixar president Jim Morris revealed in an interview that most of the sequel will be based at Marine Biology Institute of California, where Dory was born and brought up before being released into the deep waters. The first official image of the sequel was tweeted by Disney on Friday night, with the introduction of new character Hank the octopus voiced by “Modern Family” actor Ed O’Neill.

At D23 Exposition DeGeneres insisted on a fact that, fishes are a part of ocean and are meant to be in it. The sequel is all about rehabilitation and taking back to their home in the ocean. We have to protect the ocean in order to save the environment, as stated by Cinemablend.

So the dialogue starts from the end of Finding Nemo, where the fishes are floating in plastic bags. Let us wait to see whether they are going to appear in “Finding Dory” or not.

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Neha graduated in Electronic Media and has worked with Timea group for 3 years. She is passionate about learning languages and is certified French Language Expert. She joined MNG in 2015.