Finding Dory (2016)

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Finding Dory Release Date
June 17, 2016
Finding Dory Synopsis
When Dory said “just keep swimming” in 2003’s Oscar®-winning film Finding Nemo,she could not have imagined what was in store for her (not that she could remember). Ellen DeGeneres, voice of the friendly-but-forgetful blue tang fish, revealed details today about Disney•Pixar’s Finding Dory—an all-new big-screen adventure diving into theaters on Nov. 25, 2015.
Finding Dory Credits
Starring: Ellen DeGeneres, Albert Brooks, Diane Keaton, Eugene Levy, and Ty Burrell
Directed by: Andrew Stanton
Produced by: Lindsey Collins
Distributor: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Release Date:  June 17, 2016
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Dominic West has confirmed that he will voice a character in Finding Dory alongside his fellow star of The Wire, Idris Elba. The two actors join the likes of Albert Brooks, Ellen DeGeneres, Dianne Keaton, Willem Dafoe, Alison Janney, Ty Burrell and Kaitlin Olson each of whom have already be announced for the hugely anticipated sequel. Finding Dory will finally hit cinemas in 2016, and will revolve around Dory's quest to reunited with her family.
by Gregory Wakeman September 11, 2014 discussion comments
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by Kristy Puchko September 3, 2014 discussion comments
Pixar Changes Its Finding Dory Ending In Response To Sea World Controversy Pixar Changes Its Finding Dory Ending In Response To Sea World Controversy
This change in direction for Finding Dory is an excellent PR move for Pixar, distancing itself from a documentary that’s grabbing a ton of press by shining its light on a serious problem in the aquatic community. We don’t know what the ending of Dory is (or was), but if it involved an orca in a Sea World park, then yes, it would have been tough to explain away the connections.
by Sean O'Connell August 9, 2013 discussion comments
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In 1937, Walt Disney Studios did something truly spectacular that changed the world of entertainment forever. In adapting the Grimm fairytale Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs as a movie they created the first full-length cel animated feature film ever made. In the 76 years since, the studio has grown and developed with the times, and today we’ll be celebrating both that legacy and the near future in the Anaheim Convention Center arena.
by Eric Eisenberg August 8, 2013 discussion comments
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To put it kindly, Cars 2 wasn’t good. And their subsequent films haven’t been as good either. While the studio’s films continue to make gobs of cash, nearly everyone agrees they aren’t as good as they once were. Even they seem to see that there’s a problem. So they’re making changes.
by Josh Tyler June 28, 2013 discussion comments
Finding Nemo Sequel Is Now Finding Dory, Plans 2015 Release Finding Nemo Sequel Is Now Finding Dory, Plans 2015 Release
Taking a film's side character and making them the center of the sequel is a risky proposition, as Pixar well knows after the disappointing, Mater-centric Cars 2. But Dory the blue tang fish from Finding Nemo remains by far the film's most enduring character, and the studio seemingly has no choice than to put her front and center in the planned sequel. So today they've officially announced Finding Dory, a sequel to the studio's second-most profitable film
by Katey Rich April 2, 2013 discussion comments
Finding Nemo 2 Finally Signs Albert Brooks Finding Nemo 2 Finally Signs Albert Brooks
Brooks has officially signed on to reprise the role of Marlin. It seems in the wake of Brooks landing widespread critical acclaim for his portrayal of a brutal gangster in Drive, Disney had to lay out plenty of bait to get him on board for a sequel. Deadline doesn't give a guess at Brook's paycheck for his return, but describes the arrangement as a "fat deal."
by Kristy Puchko February 12, 2013 discussion comments
Ellen DeGeneres To Return As Dory In Finding Nemo 2 Ellen DeGeneres To Return As Dory In Finding Nemo 2
We still don't know much about what will happen in Finding Nemo 2, the upcoming sequel to one of Pixar's biggest hits that sees director Andrew Stanton returning to the studio for the first time since Wall-E. But now we at least know one character we can expect to see
by Katey Rich August 22, 2012 discussion comments
Why We Don't Need Finding Nemo 2 Why We Don't Need Finding Nemo 2
Finding Nemo isn't just one of Pixar's very best movies-- it's among the great road movies of all time. Yes, there's only a vast expanse of ocean in Finding Nemo instead of an actual road, but the elements are all the same-- two characters thrown together in a search for something specific
by Katey Rich July 17, 2012 discussion comments
Andrew Stanton Directing Finding Nemo 2 Andrew Stanton Directing Finding Nemo 2
After the resounding flop his live-action adventure John Carter made at the box office, director Andrew Stanton has decided to head back to more familiar waters, returning to animation and the world of his first Oscar-winning feature, Finding Nemo.
by Kristy Puchko July 17, 2012 discussion comments
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