‘Finding Dory’ Teaser Released by Disney

By Neha Bakshi | 1 year ago
‘Finding Dory’ Teaser Released by Disney
Finding Dory

The first look of “Finding Dory” the sequel to 2003’s blockbuster animation “Finding Nemo” is finally out. “Finding Dory” is set to reprise many key roles from its original version. The amnesiac character of Dory will be reprised by Ellen DeGeneres who is set to explore about her family wishes to get reunited with them. Read on to find out more interesting and exclusive revelation on sequel “Finding Dory” scoop ahead.

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According to IGN, “Finding Dory” is set in a time leap of 6 months where Dory suddenly recalls about her childhood and has little detail about the reminiscence. Dory leaves on a quest to find her family in California and is accompanied by father-son duo Marlin and Nemo.

The main leads are reprising their roles including Ellen DeGeneres as Dory and Albert Brooks starred as Marlin. Hayden Rolence on the other hand has replaced Alexander Gould as the voice cast of Nemo. However, there has been no revelation from Disney-Pixar about the story line as of now.

In a recent interview DeGeneres stated that, Dory is unset about the fact that she does have a family but they are no longer with her. She has little memories of her childhood but doesn’t remember why she was separated from her family. She further stated that she loves the character of Dory immensely.

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There are several new characters in the movie including Dory’s mom played by Diane Keaton, Eugene Levy will voice her father, Ed O’Neill as Hank the octopus and Ty Burrell starred as Bailey the beluga whale. Hank and Bailey help Dory in finding her family when she reaches California.

“Finding Dory” is slated to release on June 17, 2016.

Photo Source: Finding Dory/Facebook

 

 

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