From 2003’s “Finding Nemo,” we all knew Dory as the blue tang fish with a short-term memory loss. More than 10 years have passed and a lot has indeed changed. In the first movie trailer of “Finding Dory,” it looks like Dory finally got her memories back!

After the official movie poster was released earlier this week, Disney-Pixar fans knew that the release of the movie trailer will soon follow. The trailer made its debut on Ellentube, Ellen DeGeneres‘ Youtube version, on Tuesday.

At the time “Finding Dory” was announced to be in the works, ABC News wrote that DeGeneres commented, “it’s fantastic, it’s hilarious, it’s warm. It’s everything you want to be!”

So what’s next for Marlin, Nemo, and Dory?

The movie trailer opened with a clip wherein Dory was “sleep-swiming.” When she woke up, Dory immediately told her fishy friends that she remembered something about her family. She decided to look for them through the help of Marlin and Nemo.

It can also be observed from the movie trailer that it used familiar music from “Finding Nemo.” Aside from Marlin, Nemo and Dory, it looks like fans will see the original cast from the 2003 movie.

But will “Finding Dory” also lead to a reunion of the previous voice actors?

Well not really, as confirmed on Bustle. The site mentioned that there’s a new voice that “Finding Nemo” fans won’t recognize.

Alexander Gould, the young boy who gave voice to Nemo in 2003, clearly grew up after 13 years. Gould moved on to Showtime’s “Weeds” and other TV gigs. Thus, newcomer Hayden Rolence will give voice to Nemo’s character.

According to IMDb, Rolence previously starred in short films. His involvement in “Finding Dory” will definitely be a big break for him. However, Bustle mentioned that it would be interesting to note Rolence’s voice acting because he has no extensive background in acting like Gould’s.

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

Watch the first movie trailer here: