Finding Dory, the Disney/Pixar sequel to 2003’s feature animation hit Finding Nemo has a new trailer, which was unveiled by its voice star, Ellen DeGeneres, on her talk show Ellen earlier this week.
Check it out below:
The trailer shows Dory (DeGeneres), a cheerful but forgetful blue tang, reuniting with clownfish friends Nemo and Marlin (Albert Brooks, reprising) to find answers about her past. Dory sets off in search of her parents and meets dangers as well as old friends along the way.
Also in the voice cast are Ty Burrell and Ed O’Neill (both stars of TV’s Modern Family), Idris Elba (Star Trek Beyond), Michael Sheen (Far From the Madding Crowd), Dominic West (Testament of Youth), and Kaitlin Olson (Vacation). Dory’s parents are voice by Diane Keaton (The Big Wedding) and Eugene Levy (American Reunion).
Andrew Stanton (WALL-E), who wrote the screenplay for and co-directed Finding Nemo, returns as screenwriter and co-director (with Angus MacLane). Lindsey Collins (co-producer of Finding Nemo) produces.
Finding Dory hits theaters on June 17th.