‘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.
Fans have always speculated that Pixar hid Easter eggs in their movies, and surprisingly, the animation film studio has finally admitted it’s true. But they did more than just that — they actually released a video, showing proof that all of their films are connected. Watch it here!
Have you ever wondered how many Easter eggs you may have missed in your favorite Pixar films like Toy Story, Up and Finding Nemo? Did you see the Sully engraving in Brave? Or the Pizza Planet truck that seems to be in every single Pixar film? If you’re a die hard fan, you’re likely well aware of these hidden bread crumbs. Either way, the animation film studio amazingly put together a compilation video, proving that each and every one of their films is connected in one way or another. Check it out!
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!
Are you excited for these franchises to continue, or should we let Woody, Nemo, etc. rest in peace?
Ready for a double whammy of awesome? Not only is Pixar reportedly planning a fourth installment in the Toy Story series, but a sequel to Finding Nemo is also believed to be in the works! HollywoodLife.com‘s sister site Deadline.com broke the news about Nemo on July 17, while Tom Hanks told BBC News back in 2011 that he believed a fourth Toy Story film was in the works.