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“Finding Dory”, the sequel to “Finding Nemo” will arrive in November 2015

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Los Angeles • The second part of the Pixar classic “Finding Nemo” (2003) will change the character and the character of aquatic adventures Dory, who once again lend his voice in the original actress and presenter, said the study. click here to read more

The film is titled “Finding Dory” and will hit the U.S. rooms Nov. 25, 2015.

“I have waited for this day for a long, long, long, long, long, long time,” DeGeneres said in a statement.

“I’m not mad at the fact it took so long. Know that people were busy doing Pixar ‘Toy Story 16’. But the time taken was worth it. The script is fantastic. Y has everything I loved the first part: it has a lot of heart, a lot of fun and the best thing is that it has much more of Dory, “he added.

Andrew Stanton will be behind the camera, as the specialized portal Deadline moved in last July.

“There is no Ellen Dory,” said Stanton. “He won the hearts of viewers around the world, to say nothing of our team at Pixar. Something you do not stop to think why she was alone in the ocean the day she met Marlin. In ‘Finding Dory ‘meet with their loved ones and, along the way, learn some things about the meaning of family, “he added.

The director said that the premise of the film will take place one year after the events of the original film and the story will include prominent figures of that tape, as Marlin, Tank Gang and Nemo himself.

The action of “Finding Dory” will take place on the California coast and introduce new characters that play a role in the life of Dory.

“Finding Nemo” won the Oscar for best animated film and earned more than $ 900 million in worldwide box office.

 

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