A forgetful fish has an unforgettable adventure in Pixar's sequel to 'Finding Nemo'
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3 Mar 2016 - 11:28 AM  UPDATED 3 Mar 2016 - 11:28 AM

Dory, the forgetful blue tang from 2003's Finding Nemo, is remembering her family in the new trailer for Disney-Pixar's sequel Finding Dory.

Ellen DeGeneres, who voices Dory, introduced the trailer on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Wednesday morning.

The trailer begins with Dory watching Nemo and his class about to go on a field trip to learn about sting ray migration -- when she remembers she has a family. That revelation puts Dory on a search to find her parents, voiced by Eugene Levy and Diane Keaton, and an array of challenges such as being trapped in a fish tank.

She also runs into a grown-up friend who recounts their relationship: "It was so much fun because I'd tell you a story and then you'd completely forget about it and then I'd get to tell it to you over and over again."

Albert Brooks returns to voice Nemo along with Ty Burrell, Ed O'Neill and Kaitlin Olson. 

Finding Nemo was a massive hit with over $930 million in worldwide box office. It won the Academy Award for best animated feature -- the first Pixar title to do so.

 

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