‘Finding Dory’ Update: Aurora Boy Hayden Rolence To Voice For Nemo

By Subhro Prakash Ghosh | 2 years ago
‘Finding Dory’ Update: Aurora Boy Hayden Rolence To Voice For Nemo
Finding Dory

Ellen DeGeneres has been continuously working in the production of “Finding Dory” for the last three years and finally not even a year is left for its release. The movie will show DeGeneres’ voiceover for Dory, the adorable blue tang fish who will suddenly regain her memories and start her new adventure to find out her parents. Continue reading to more about the upcoming movie “Finding Dory.”

Earlier we had hinted you how Dory would embark on a new adventure and get back to Marine Biology Institute of California. This is the place where she was born, hence she thought that this institute could give her some trace of her parents. According to Venture Capital Post, both Nemo and Marlin will be returning in the movie, however, they are going to be joined by new cast members. On the other hand, Diane Keaton and Eugene Levy will be the voice of Dory’s mother Jenny and father Charlie respectively.

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Realty Today reported that President of Pixar Jim Morris also echoed in December last year that the story of “Finding Dory” will take the viewers to the Marine Biology Institute of California. DeGeneres’ character Dory was born there and nourished till she was grown up and later she was released to the sea.

The outlet also revealed that since most of the events would take in the marine sanctuary, an umpteen of fans were worried whether or not they would be able to see their lovable character, Nemo. However, Fox 32 confirmed that a 6th grader from Aurora, 11-year old Hayden Rolence was chosen to voice Nemo in the upcoming movie “Finding Dory.”

Also read: ‘FINDING DORY:’ DISNEY ANNOUNCES THE ENTRY OF THREE NEW CASTS FOR HANK, BAILEY AND DESTINY

Other character like Hank (an angry octopus) will be voiced by Ed O’Neill, Bailey (a beluga whale) by Ty Burrell, Destiny (a whale shark and Dory’s adopted sister) by Kaitlin Olson.

“Finding Dory” is slated to hit the big screen on June 17, 2016.

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Having over 9 years of experience in retail magazines and portals, Ghosh has served lot of overseas clients in the last couple of years. Presently, he is a regular contributor for MNG. He had spent a self-imposed exile at the bank of river Narmada between 2012 and 2014 where he had mainly lived in the dense forests, ancient caves or with seriously devoted monks involved in penance and spiritual introspection. He is personally inspired by the great eastern and western mystics like Osho Rajneesh, Helena Blavatsky, George Gurdjieff, P D Ouspensky, Buddha, Lao Tsu, Confucius, Bodhidharma, J Krishnamurthy, Japanese Zen masters just to name a few.