It’s been over 10 years since Finding Nemo was released. And as you all know, the film was a huge hit. It was the second-highest grossing film of 2003 with an impressive $936 million worldwide total, oh, and it also won the academy award for Best Animated Feature.
We shouldn’t have to tell you, but when a film is that successful, it’s going to get a sequel. It might have taken a little longer than we expected, but the highly anticipated Pixar sequel is finally here. Director/writer Andrew Stanton has returned for Finding Dory.
In the sequel, Dory (voiced by the lovely Ellen DeGeneres) searches for answers about her past and her parents, who will be voiced by Eugene Levy and Diane Keaton. According to information released a few months ago, the story in the sequel is set just six months after the events in Finding Nemo.
Obviously, since this is just the first trailer, it doesn’t reveal that much about the story. It’s a wonderful teaser trailer, but those expecting a full trailer might be a little disappointed.
The film is scheduled to hit theaters June 17, 2016.