Ever since the highly anticipated sequel to 2003’s “Finding Nemo” was announced, fans have longed to know what’s next for Marlin, Nemo, and of course, Dory in the upcoming Disney-Pixar film, “Finding Dory.” The first teaser poster of the film has been officially released today.
More than ten years have passed since “Finding Nemo” hit the theaters but young-at-heart fans never lost hope for a movie sequel. Fans got their wish and now the film’s new teaser poster has been revealed.
The first poster for Pixar's 'Finding Dory' ahead of tomorrow's trailer debut. pic.twitter.com/6bpg1Qk0fF
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The poster is kept simple as it only shows the back half of Dory with a caption which read, “She just kept swimming.”
The official movie description for “Finding Dory” read: “Finding Dory” reunites the friendly-but-forgetful blue tang fish with her loved ones, and everyone learns a few things about the true meaning of family along the way.”
Are you excited to know what’s in Dory’s new adventure?
The release of the teaser poster is just the beginning. According to Flickering Myth, fans will finally get a first look from the Disney-Pixar film as the official movie trailer will be released tomorrow.
Ellen DeGeneres, the voice behind Dory, has confirmed on both Facebook and Twitter the date of the movie’s first trailer – which is tomorrow. The site mentioned that the trailer is expected to be released around 10 a.m. PST on Ellen’s Youtube version called Ellen Tube.
Contrary to previous speculations, Marlin (voiced over by Albert Brooks) will still make an appearance in the movie. Fans would also meet Dory’s family including her mom Jenny (voiced over by Diane Keaton), Dory’s dad Charlie (Eugene Levy), and Dory’s adopted sister Dory’s Destiny (voiced over by Kaitlin Olson).
“Finding Dory” will also introduce new characters such as Bailey (voiced over by Ty Burell) and Hank (voiced over by Ed O’Neill). Idris Elba and Dominic West are reported to also voice new characters on the film, as mentioned on Flickering Myth.
“Finding Dory” is set to hit the big screen on June 17, 2016. Stay tuned for more updates!