Pixar announces Nemo sequel “Finding Dory”

Pixar announces Nemo sequel "Finding Dory"

Pixar revealed that the sequel to Finding Nemo will be called Finding Dory – via an announcement on The Ellen DeGeneres Show today. 

DeGeneres will rejoin cast mate Albert Brooks and director Andrew Stanton on the new film, scheduled for release November 25th, 2015. 

Finding Dory will take place a year after the first film, and many supporting characters from the first film are returning. According to the Disney press release, the film is “set in part along the California coastline, the story also welcomes a host of new characters, including a few who will prove to be a very important part of Dory’s life.”

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Brad Constantine

Congrats all around on the new site! Let's hope the fine folks at Pixar learned a few things from Cars 2. Most importantly, the initial films were successful because of the interaction between the different characters and their different personalities. When you break that formula and have characters trying to hold a film on their own, without the other contrasting personalities to bounce off of, It tends to fall flat. the Toy Story films still work because all of the main characters and their relationships remain intact. Marlin will need an equally strong contrasting
co star to pull it off if Dori is missing.

Mark Trost

Congrats on animation scoop #1! May it be a bigger hit than Finding Nemo!

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