You know by now that ‘Finding Nemo’ was one of the best animated movies, ever — and it looks like its follow up may be competition! Cue the ocean puns, and the many reasons why you should head down under this weekend.
Finding Dory is already doing amazing in the box office, grossing $9.2 million on Thursday night, a record preview total for any animated film — so, will it end the “sequel slump?” Well, it blows away Pixar records held by Toy Story 3. However, does that mean the reviews are raving over Ellen Degeneres forgetful fish?
‘Finding Dory’ is almost here, and we’ve been given another epic trailer that has us super excited for the ‘Finding Nemo’ sequel! WATCH right here and try not to cry at the shocking plot tidbit that Dory might be leaving Marlin and Nemo once she finds her parents!
Woo hoo! A new Finding Dory trailer was shared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on May 24, and we’ve got to say that this sequel just looks awesome. Read on to watch Dory (Ellen DeGeneres) and Co. cross oceans on a journey once again, this time to find out what happened to her family.
Wow. Sia’s cover of the classic ‘Unforgettable’ is absolutely stunning, and the perfect fit for ‘Finding Dory’s soundtrack. Click inside to LISTEN to the full song!
Sia, 40, just dropped a beautiful cover of Nat King Cole‘s romantic ballad, “Unforgettable.” Just wait until you hear the face-less singer’s rendition, which was made to run with the credits of the Finding Nemo sequel, Finding Dory.
It’s finally here! An all-new trailer for ‘Finding Dory’ dropped on March 2, and as expected, it’s amazing! Click to WATCH!
YES! Fittingly, a new Finding Dory trailer was unveiled on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on March 2. Our favorite fish is back! But have you seen her? Finding Dory is going to be one epic adventure under the sea. Watch the new trailer now!
It’s here! The first official trailer for ‘Finding Dory’ was released on Nov. 10, and basically, it’s just as amazing as you had imagined it would be.
swimming breathing. Just keep swimming breathing. After waiting over a decade, fans of the phenomenal Finding Nemo were treated to a first look at the long awaited sequel, Finding Dory on November 10 with the release of the first trailer. To say that the film looked as beautiful and as poignant as the first one … is an understatement. But seeing Dory back on the big screen was only the beginning of fun! And naturally, it was shared by Dory herself, Miss Ellen DeGeneres.
The 2015 D23 Expo can only be adequately described with this one word: EXPLOSIVE. As a major Disney fanatic, I’m still picking up the pieces of my blown mind after all the incredible moments from the convention. Here are 7 moments that gave myself and Disneyphiles everywhere life this weekend.
If you’re a true Disney fan, attending the 2015 D23 Expo was like coming home on Christmas morning: the excitement was palpable, you were surrounded by family, and you were showered with gifts. From the announcement of TWO Star Wars theme parks to a surprise appearance by Johnny Depp, the Disney convention gave hand over fist to fans who love the House of Mouse. Here are the 7 highlights that couldn’t be missed!
So exciting! At this week’s D23 Expo, Disney·Pixar revealed the very first look at the most anticipated movie of 2016, ‘Finding Dory.’ And not just that — they also revealed that Ed O’Neill (‘Modern Family’) is lending his voice to the ‘Nemo’ sequel.
Seven-thousand eight-hundred Disney·Pixar fans were in tears on Aug. 14, when Ellen DeGeneres made a surprise appearance at the D23 Expo, where a first look at Finding Dory, a sequel to 2003’s Finding Nemo, was revealed. The talk show host was joined by Modern Family‘s Ed O’Neill, who will lend his voice to the film, and they sang Marvin Gaye‘s “Let’s Get It On.” It was a moment we’ll never forget.
Ellen DeGeneres made the big announcement April 2 on Instagram.
Before I begin, let me make one thing clear: This is not an April Fool’s joke! “It’s official,” Ellen DeGeneres tweeted April 2, along with an Instagram of the title card for the Finding Nemo sequel, which we now know will be called Finding Dory!