Back in June, fans at Disney's D23 Expo scored themselves a super sneak peek at "Finding Dory," the hotly anticipated sequel to 2003's "Finding Nemo." Now, thanks to Ellen DeGeneres (who once again lends her voice to the adorable blue tang fish with short-term memory loss), the world has its first official look at the sequel.
The 1 minute, 42 second clip appears to be the same footage shown at the D23 Expo, as it features Dory mumbling in her sleep, "Don’t cry, Mommy, don’t cry. Oh no ..." before she suddenly remembers that her family is out there -- and she has to find them. It fittingly features the tagline, "An unforgettable adventure she probably won't remember."
And while it's been 12 years since since Nemo and Dory swam into our hearts, the sequel picks up six months after the events of "Finding Nemo." Pixar President Jim Morris previously revealed that the sequel will center around Dory's search for her family, with much of the movie taking place at the "Marine Biology Institute of California," where Dory learns she was born and raised before she was released into the ocean.
In addition to DeGeneres, Albert Brooks will reprise his role as Marlin and Ed O'Neill, Ty Burrell, Kaitlin Olsen, Eugene Levy and Diane Keaton will all lend their voices to project.
"Finding Dory" is set to swim into theaters June 17, 2016.
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