SF News – For those who loved Disney’s popular animation “Finding Nemo”, Dory, the little fish who accompanied Nemo’s father in his quest to find his son, is a familiar name. The little goofy fish, that made friends with sharks, is swimming back her way into the big screen once again.
Disney Pictures and Pixar are planning to get a sequel to the successful movie. It is called “Finding Dory.”
“The script is fantastic. And it has everything I loved about the first one: It’s got a lot of heart, it’s really funny, and the best part is—it’s got a lot more Dory,” said Ellen DeGeneres who did the voiceover for Dory in the original “Finding Nemo” movie.
The animation is said to including many of the original characters from the first movie. It will be directed by Andrew Stanton along with Albert Brooks.
Released back in 2003, Finding Nemo was a major animated success for Disney grossing over $900 million and received the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature film. It is expected that the feature animation will be released in November 2015.