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‘Finding Dory’ Announcement Trailer Asks The Big Question: “Have You Seen Her?”
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A new trailer for Disney-Pixar’s Finding Dory was bound to drop sooner or later, and who better to release the trailer than Ellen DeGeneres, the voice of Dory, the lovable and absented-minded blue fish. The film is the follow-up to 2003’s Finding Nemo, which also won an Academy Award. The new trailer is scheduled to make its debut on Wednesday, March 2.

Check out the announcement trailer here below.

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Disney In Depth: 2016 Walt Disney Studios Film Preview
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Following a strong 2015 slate, The Walt Disney Studios continues its eclectic lineup of original productions, branding via Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar, and Disney, and a few remakes. 2016 should once again demonstrate Disney’s prominence in the film business, though Universal is experiencing a creative and critical resurgence to some degree. What Disney holds in its favor is consistency (in quality, generally) and accessibility (familiarity with properties). Consumers know (almost) precisely what they receive in buying a ticket to a Disney movie – even if Disney now has its hands in Lucasfilm and Marvel films.

Here is a preview of 2016 films from The Walt Disney Studios.

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First Trailer For Pixar’s ‘Finding Dory’ Is Here
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The first trailer for Finding Dory, Pixar’s follow-up to their 2003 animated hit Finding Nemo, has been released online.

The trailer is of the teaser variety, setting up the sequel’s story. The movie centers around the first film’s forgetful fan favorite, Dory (once again voiced by Ellen Degeneres), as a fragment of her memory involving her family returns to her, leading her to set off on a mission to find them.

You can check out the first trailer for Finding Dory below, along with a poster for the movie.

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D23 Expo 2015: ‘Finding Dory’ Adds Ty Burrell, Ed O’Neill, and Kaitlin Olson
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After a short-lived stint with live-action films, Andrew Stanton returns home to direct Finding Dory, a sequel to the fan favorite Finding Nemo. Angus MacLane (Toy Story of Terror) joins him as co-director. Rather than just have another story about a missing fish, the follow-up changes a few things up by making Dory go missing after realizing that she got separated from her family after being hit with short-term memory loss. Ellen DeGeneres and Albert Brooks will reprise their voice roles as Dory and Marlin respectively, with Hayden Rolence replacing Alexander Gould as Nemo.

During the Walt Disney Animation Studios presentation at the D23 Expo on Friday, we learned that Finding Dory will be adding Ty Burrell (Modern Family) as Bailey, a beluga white whale, Ed O’Neill (Modern Family) an octopus with a missing arm, and Kaitlin Olson (Always Sunny in Philadelphia) as a whale shark. More here below on their characters plus a description of the footage that was shown at the panel.

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Disney In Depth: Can Pixar Regain Its Glory?
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For 15 years, one computer-animation studio dominated Hollywood with 11 major hit films, earning awards a plenty and worldwide critical acclaim for its output. Then came Cars 2. And Brave. Lest we forget Monsters University (which I actually found entertaining) and an entire year (2014) with no feature films. Pixar was a powerhouse, but now its corporate owner (Disney) has an unbeatable animation studio of its own. The question we all continue to wonder is if Pixar can reclaim its title as an unstoppable force.

Disney In Depth previews the recent past and future of Pixar, hoping to determine if John Lasseter‘s computer-animation studio can finally be able to dismiss naysayers, once and for all, that its hit streak was a one-time experience.

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Disney In Depth: Reflecting On D23 Expo 2013 One Year Later
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Disney’s D23 Expo 2013 took over the Anaheim Convention Center one year ago this weekend. Tens of thousands of Disney fans gathered in the monstrous venue to peek into Disney’s future films and theme park creations, as well as to reflect on the company’s inspired history of brands and products. We at Geeks of Doom brought you live coverage of the event that included videos, previews of upcoming movies, and tours of exhibits.

Much has changed since the event, in terms of how certain properties evolved. This Disney In Depth reflects on the D23 Expo, based on what worked best, what deemed disappointing and how next year’s event can be even better.

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The Biologically Accurate Version Of Pixar’s ‘Finding Nemo’ Would Have Been Much Different
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Pixar’s Finding Nemo is not only one of the best movies made by a studio famous for churning out hit after hit after hit, but, in many people’s eyes, one of the best movies ever made. Period.

But what if the movie were made much more biologically accurate than it is now? The folks over at The Fisheries Blog seem to think Disney and Pixar are lying to kids by not being more factual, and that they will do it again with the upcoming sequel, Finding Dory.

Continue reading to get an idea of what the biologically accurate version of Finding Nemo would have looked like, and share your thoughts below.

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D23 Expo: Diane Keaton & Eugene Levy To Voice Dory’s Parents In ‘Finding Dory’
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This year’s D23 Expo in Anaheim, CA, is kicking into high gear, especially with the start of the massive event today focusing on animation. At the Pixar Animation Studios portion of the event, Finding Nemo director Andrew Stanton and producer Lindsey Collins emerged from behind the stage to discuss the sequel to everyone’s favorite fish film, Finding Dory

Major vocal casting announcements were shared. Joining the returning Ellen DeGeneres (Dory) will be Diane Keaton as Jenny, Dory’s mom, whereas Eugene Levy will bring life to Charlie, Dory’s dad. Ty Burrell will voice Bailey the Beluga Whale. After Stanton announced Bill Hader will not appear in the film, the comedian came out, dressed as a sea cucumber.

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Pixar Will Produce More Original Projects; Will Release A Sequel Every Other Year
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Pixar had been regarded as a studio who could produce high quality original films. Then they dipped their toes into sequels, and for all the sequels they have made, only one can be considered the worst of not only the sequels, but of Pixar’s entire library itself. While Monsters University is definitely a step in the right direction for the studio, after two softball films – Cars 2 and Brave, the film itself is a prequel.

But for fans who are worried that the studio is straying away from original content, Ed Catmull, the President of Pixar, said that the studio is hoping to do an original movie every single year, and sequels every other year.

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Pixar Officially Titles ‘Finding Nemo’ Sequel ‘Finding Dory’; Scheduled For 2015 Release
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Andrew Stanton’s career in live-action filmmaking may be on hold for right now, but there is no question that he knows his way around directing an animated film. It was announced last year that he along with Ellen DeGeneres and Albert Brooks are returning for a Finding Nemo sequel. Now Disney has announced that the sequel is officially titled Finding Dory, and Pixar has scheduled the film to be released on November 25, 2015.

It’s a big ocean, so we’ll be seeing brand new characters enter the fold, and the film will take place a year after the events of Finding Nemo, where our fish friends from both the ocean and the fish tank find themselves swimming along the California coastline.

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