Right when this Finding Dory trailer begins, you hear the sound of Bill Hader’s voice, and you know everything is going to be okay.
Finding Dory, Pixar’s first “long gap” sequel (Nemo came out 13 years ago!) puts the focus squarely on Marlin’s sidekick from the original film, voiced by Ellen Degeneres. This story picks up a mere six months after the original, and after becoming homesick, Dory decides to try and find where she came from.
Here’s the trailer:
I’m game for anything in this world, especially since my two-year old son has recently begun to get into these Pixar films and is currently consuming Finding Nemo like only a two-year old can do: a thousand times in a row.
Aside from Hader and Degeneres, Albert Brooks returns as Marlin, with newcomers Idris Elba, Kate McKinnon, Dominic West, Ed O’Neill, and Diane Keaton headlining a seemingly endless cast of recognizable voices. Andrew Stanton directs, as well as returns to voice Crush the turtle. Far out!
Finding Dory hits theaters June 17.