‘Finding Dory’: The sequel to ‘Finding Nemo’, announced by Pixar

“Finding Dory”, the sequel of “Finding Nemo” by Pixar will be released on June 17, 2016 and it is already making waves. Pixar President Jim Morris recently spoke at the Comic-Con Experience in Brazil, revealing the details and the  setting for the upcoming “Finding Nemo” sequel, “Finding Dory.” SEE ALSO: Pixar Sequels Draw Bigger Role in Company’s Future Surprisingly  the bulk of the movie will not take place in the ocean but in another aquatic location although some of the action will take place in the ocean. The majority of the film will take place at the Marine Biology Institute of California, which is apparently where Dory was born and raised before she was released into the wild at a young age. The movie follows Dory (Ellen DeGeneres) on a quest to remember her past and find her parents. Set several months after its predecessor, Marlin, Nemo and Dory all live together on the same reef. Dory accompanies Nemo on a school field trip, when memories of her past and family are triggered. They travel to  California to find Dory’s parents. SEE ALSO: Neil deGrasse Tyson on the science -or not- behind the movie “Interstellar” Ellen Degeneres and Albert Brooks will return to voice Dory and Marlin, respectively. Dory’s father, Charlie, will be voiced by Eugene Levy and Dory’s mother, Jenny, will be voiced by Diane Keaton. A Beluga whale named Bailey will be voiced by Ty Burrell. Some sea lions and an octopus are confirmed among other new characters to appear in the film. Setting the film at the Marine Biology Institute of California gives fuel to the rumors that the ending of the film will reflect a more “environmentally friendly” attitude attributed to the documentary “Blackfish.” As a Pixar employee told the New York Times back in August of 2013, the fish and mammals that occupy a “marine park” in the movie will “have the option to leave” after being taken there. Watch Ellen DeGeneres announce Finding DoryThe post ‘Finding Dory': The sequel to ‘Finding Nemo’, announced by Pixar appeared first on Voxxi.

Finding Dory will come with many surprises and one of them is “no ocean.” (Photo Pixar)

“Finding Dory”, the sequel of “Finding Nemo” by Pixar will be released on June 17, 2016 and it is already making waves.

Pixar President Jim Morris recently spoke at the Comic-Con Experience in Brazil, revealing the details and the  setting for the upcoming “Finding Nemo” sequel, “Finding Dory.”

SEE ALSO: Pixar Sequels Draw Bigger Role in Company’s Future

Surprisingly  the bulk of the movie will not take place in the ocean but in another aquatic location although some of the action will take place in the ocean. The majority of the film will take place at the Marine Biology Institute of California, which is apparently where Dory was born and raised before she was released into the wild at a young age.

The movie follows Dory (Ellen DeGeneres) on a quest to remember her past and find her parents.

Set several months after its predecessor, Marlin, Nemo and Dory all live together on the same reef. Dory accompanies Nemo on a school field trip, when memories of her past and family are triggered. They travel to  California to find Dory’s parents.

SEE ALSO: Neil deGrasse Tyson on the science -or not- behind the movie “Interstellar”

Ellen Degeneres and Albert Brooks will return to voice Dory and Marlin, respectively.

Finding Dory
New details have emerged about Finding Dory, the sequel of Finding Nemo by Pixar. (Photo Pixar)

Dory’s father, Charlie, will be voiced by Eugene Levy and Dory’s mother, Jenny, will be voiced by Diane Keaton. A Beluga whale named Bailey will be voiced by Ty Burrell. Some sea lions and an octopus are confirmed among other new characters to appear in the film.

Setting the film at the Marine Biology Institute of California gives fuel to the rumors that the ending of the film will reflect a more “environmentally friendly” attitude attributed to the documentary “Blackfish.” As a Pixar employee told the New York Times back in August of 2013, the fish and mammals that occupy a “marine park” in the movie will “have the option to leave” after being taken there.

Watch Ellen DeGeneres announce Finding Dory

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