Finally, after a decade of waiting, the sequel to “Finding Nemo” is almost here. It has been confirmed that Pixar’s “Finding Dory” will be among the featured movies at D23 Expo and the official trailer may be released at the event too. Plot rumors also reveal that the forgetful Blue Tang will go back to “rehab” to find her parents.

According to Hypable, the trailer will kick off at Disney’s Annual Fan convention in Anaheim, California this August 14, along with other upcoming movies.

“Filmmakers will unveil never-before-seen footage from Pixar’s upcoming The Good Dinosaur and Finding Dory and Disney Animation’s Zootopia and Moana. The event will include surprise announcements, musical performances, and appearances by the films’ star voice talent.”

Fans can finally see official clips of the long awaited sequel and how it will be different from the first one.

Venture Capital reveals that the “Finding Dory” plot is set six months after “Finding Nemo” and is reported to be based on “Blackfish”, Gabriela Cowperthwaite’s documentary about Seaworld.

The sequel will be all about Dory’s vast adventure to find her real parents, Jenny and Charlie, in a “rehab” where she was born before her release in the big blue.

Not in a drug rehabilitation facility, but in a “rehabilitation complex for marine and aquamarine life”.

In her journey, she will encounter a giant squid, a kelp forest, falling shipping containers, and a whale shark named Destiny, as Bustle noted.

Emmy Award-winning host Ellen Degeneres will be back again as Dory, while comedian Albert Brooks will be back as Marlin. Additional characters would be Eugene Levi as his dad, Charlie and Diana Keaton as her mom, Jenny, the Latino Post confirmed.

“Finding Dory” is set to hit the theaters on June 17, 2016 in celebration of Pixar’s 30th anniversary.