10 years after becoming the highest grossing animated film of all-time ($922 million), Oscar winning Pixar family staple, Finding Nemo will finally receive its rumoured sequel. Keeping with the whole fish getting lost theme, the gang will once again reunite to track down the lovably absent minded blue tang fish in Finding Dory. Seriously, if anyone was going to get lost…
Obviously Ellen DeGeneres, Australia’s favourite goofy dancing comedian/marriage equality spokesman will reprise her famed role, spilling the beans on her show.
“I’m excited that it’s finally happening,” DeGeneres said. “I read the script and it’s fantastic, it’s hilarious, it’s warm, it’s everything that you want it to be.“
In honor of Finding Dory, here’s an ocean joke. Why did the mussel hide his iPad from his sister? He was being shellfish #ClassicJokeTuesday
— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) April 2, 2013
Finding Dory will be set a year after Nemo, with Dory
capping her Coachella bender by losing herself somewhere along the Californian coast. Finding Dory has a release date set for 25th November, 2015.