Finding Dory Trailer to be Unveiled Soon!

By Meghna Subhedhar | 2 years ago
Finding Dory Trailer to be Unveiled Soon!
Finding Dory

Adorable little fish Dory is going to get her own movie. A first look trailer is going to be revealed in the upcoming D23 expo.

The little forgetful fish from “Finding Nemo,” is going to get her own movie. Pixar have developed a sequel to “Finding Nemo” and they are finally ready with the trailer. “Finding Dory” is obviously going to showcase the talent of Ellen Degeneres as the voice actor for the lead character Dory, but it also has many new talented actors lined up for other major acting parts. New additions to the cast for the movie includes Kaitlin Olson, who is going to play the role of an adoptive killer whale sister, Ty Burrell who will play the beluga whale, Bailey, and Diane Keaton and Eugene Levy as Dory’s parents Jenny and Charles. Idris Elba and Dominic West are also reportedly going to be a part of the cast although the names of their characters have not been revealed yet.

Some of the voice actors and their respective characters are also going to join the cast of the sequel. Albert Brooks will be reprising his role as Nemo’s dad. Vicki Lewis will be reprising her role as Deb and Willem Dafoe will be coming back as Gill. Jobs and hire did an exclusive report on the movie.

We reported that the sequel will be set six months after the events of the first film.Dory will be on a quest to find out more about her parents. It was revealed that a preview for the movie will be released in the upcoming D23 Expo to be held in Anaheim, California. Ellen Degeneres told the fans that fans can expect the sequel to be as good as the first one. She also claimed that the “script is fantastic,” and it has got a lot of heart. This movie might turn out to be an interesting watch.

VC Post reported the news.

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