This Friday Disney will finally release from the mysterious depths of the Disney vault a 3D version of their 1991 hit Beauty and the Beast. Naturally, now is the perfect time to begin to tease their next 3D-retrofitted re-release , Finding Nemo 3D, with a trailer sure to precede this Friday's release along with the winsome short Tangled Ever After.

Due to hit theaters this fall, this new and improved version of the Oscar-winning Disney-Pixar adventure hopes to draw audiences back by adding new dimension to the fish tale of a cowardly clownfish called Marlin (Albert Brooks), who with the help of his ditsy gal pal Dory (Ellen DeGeneres), sets out on a fevered search for his missing son Nemo (Alexander Gould).

Rather than try to reinvent the wheel, Disney has crafted a trailer that looks to remind audiences of why they loved this fish-out-of-water comedy (ha ha!) by focusing on the lush art design, quirky odd couple comedy team and some of the movie's most thrilling moments. While you can't experience the 3D allure in this Yahoo! embed, it's easy to imagine how much more affecting the film's stunning visuals will be in the third dimension.

Now, as someone who has already seen Beauty and the Beast 3D, I was admittedly disappointed and overall underwhelmed by its hit and miss use of the device. However, as Finding Nemo is a computer animated feature, I feel confident that it has a better shot than its hand-drawn peers to make it through the 3D conversion process unmarred. But surely they'll be plenty of fans eager to see this wild underwater adventure on the big screen in all its glory once more with or without 3D glasses.

Finding Nemo 3D opens nationwide September 14, 2012.

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