“Finding Dory,” the highly anticipated sequel to Disney’s “Finding Nemo” has pushed its release date from the original schedule. It has been previously reported that the film is set to premiere this 2015.
According to Kpopstarz, Pixar has decided to move the premiere date of “Finding Dory” in order to give way for other Pixar releases. The official trailer, however, is expected to release late this year to build the anticipation. Some claim that the first trailer will be released in the D23 Expo in Anaheim California on Aug 14-16.
The latest spoilers hinted that Nemo, the son of Dory’s best friend Marlin, will no longer be playing a part in the movie. Alexander Gould, who voiced Nemo in the first film, is noticeably absent in the list of cast members in “Finding Dory” as published by IMDB.
It was said the executive producers wanted to start fresh and create a different storyline than what fans will expect. The entire film will reportedly focus on Dory, voiced by Ellen Degeneres.
Previous reports claim that the sequel will take place six months after “Finding Dory.” The film will follow her adventures as she returns to Marine Biology Institute of California to learn more about herself and her parents.
According to VC Post, Dory will meet several new characters including a whale shark, beluga whale and a giant squid. Her adventure, however, will not be complete without Marlin by her side.
Degeneres is also very happy with how the film turned out. She admitted that she thought the sequel may not happen since it definitely took quite a while.
“The time they took was worth it. The script is fantastic. And it has everything I loved about the first one: It’s got a lot of heart, it’s really funny, and the best part is-it’s got a lot more Dory.”
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