Disney finally released a new full-length trailer for “Finding Dory.”

The trailer, which debuted at “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” features the still confused Dory but she is just as determined as ever. The blue tang fish is in search of her loved ones. In the clip, Dory can be heard saying how she misses her family. “My mom! My dad! I have a family. I miss them. We better get going!” the forgetful blue fish says as Peter Gabriel’s “Solsbury Hill” plays in the background.

“My mom! My dad! I have a family. I miss them. We better get going!” the forgetful blue fish says as Peter Gabriel’s “Solsbury Hill” plays in the background.

Dory will then be joined by her friends Nemo, Marlin, Squirt, Crush and others, and they will embark to another adventure. Along the way, she will also meet an old friend that she already forgotten about. “Wait. Dory?” a shark says to her. “You and I were friends! It was so much fun because I would tell you a story and then you’d completely forget about it. And then I’d get to tell it to you over and over again.”

“Wait. Dory?” a shark says to her. “You and I were friends! It was so much fun because I would tell you a story and then you’d completely forget about it. And then I’d get to tell it to you over and over again.”

DeGeneres returns to voice Dory, while Albert Brooks voiced Marlin and Hayden Rolence replaced Alexander Gould as Nemo. The “Finding Nemo” sequel also features the vocals of Ty Burrell as a beluga whale Bailey; Willem Dafoe as Gill; Diane Keaton as Dory’s mother, Jenny; Eugene Levy as Charlie, Dory’s father; Vicki Lewis as Deb (and her sister, “Flo”); Kaitlin Olson as Destiny, Dory’s sister, a whale shark; and Ed O’Neill as Hank, an octopus. Idris Elba and Dominic West also star in the movie, E News wrote.

It was previously reported that Michael Sheen will be joining the cast. However, there is no news about the character he will be playing.

In August, DeGeneres talked about the upcoming Disney-Pixar sequel.

“She’s been lost for a long time, and she’s just tried to act like everything’s fine. And in this film, you see that it’s kind of like she’s taken a little bit of a – she’s paid a toll on it. She misses the fact that she has a family, and she realizes she has a family. And where are they? Did her parents give her away? Where is her family?” she told People magazine.

“Finding Dory” is set to hit theatres on June 17, 2016.