Finding Dory

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Finding Dory
Directed by Andrew Stanton
Lee Unkrich
Produced by Lindsey Collins
Screenplay by Andrew Stanton
Story by Victoria Stourse
Bob Peterson
Andrew Staton
Starring Ellen DeGeneres
Albert Brooks
Eugene Levy
Diane Keaton
Ty Burrell
Music by Thomas Newman
Editing by Michel Andrews
Riley Russell
Levin L. Williams
Studio Pixar
Walt Disney Pictures
Walt Disney Animation Studios
Distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Release date(s) June 8, 2016
Country United States
Language English

Finding Dory is a 2016 American computer-animated comedy adventure movie. It was produced by Pixar Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. It is a sequel to the 2003 Disney-Pixar movie, Finding Nemo. Andrew Stanton, who directed the original movie, directed.[1] The movie was confirmed by Walt Disney Pictures in April 2013. The movie was originally scheduled for a UK DVD and Blu-Ray release time of autumn 2015.[2] Hayden Rolence voiced Nemo the clownfish, because Alexander Gould's voice has suddenly deepened since reaching adulthood.

Release dates[change | change source]

Country Premiere
 Colombia 15 June 2016
 United Arab Emirates 16 June 2016
 Albania 16 June 2016
 Argentina 16 June 2016
 Australia 16 June 2016
 Azerbaijan 16 June 2016
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 16 June 2016
 Bolivia 16 June 2016
 Chile 16 June 2016
 Czech Republic 16 June 2016
 Dominican Republic 16 June 2016
 Croatia 16 June 2016
 Hungary 16 June 2016
 Indonesia 16 June 2016
 Iceland 16 June 2016
Cambodia Cambodia 16 June 2016
 Kazakhstan 16 June 2016
 Macedonia 16 June 2016
 Malaysia 16 June 2016
 New Zealand 16 June 2016
 Panama 16 June 2016
 Peru 16 June 2016
 Philippines 16 June 2016
 Puerto Rico 16 June 2016
 Serbia 16 June 2016
 Russia 16 June 2016
 Singapore 16 June 2016
 Slovenia 16 June 2016
 Thailand 16 June 2016
 Ukraine 16 June 2016
 Uruguay 16 June 2016
 Bulgaria 17 June 2016
 Canada 17 June 2016
 China 17 June 2016
 India 17 June 2016
 Sri Lanka 17 June 2016
 Latvia 17 June 2016
 Poland 17 June 2016
 Romania 17 June 2016
 United States 17 June 2016
 Vietnam 17 June 2016
 Belgium 22 June 2016
 Spain 22 June 2016
 France 22 June 2016
 Trinidad and Tobago 22 June 2016
 Israel 23 June 2016
 Portugal 23 June 2016
 Netherlands 29 June 2016
 Brazil 30 June 2016
 Kuwait 5 July 2016
 Egypt 6 July 2016
 Saudi Arabia 6 July 2016
 South Korea 7 July 2016
 Pakistan 7 July 2016
 Taiwan 7 July 2016
 Hong Kong 14 July 2016
 Mexico 15 July 2016
 Japan 16 July 2016
 United Kingdom 29 July 2016
 Ireland 29 July 2016
 Estonia 5 August 2016
 Lithuania 19 August 2016
 Denmark 25 August 2016
 Finland 26 August 2016
 Norway 26 August 2016
 Sweden 26 August 2016
 Greece 1 September 2016
 Turkey 2 September 2016
 Italy 15 September 2016
 Austria 29 September 2016
 Germany 29 September 2016

Plot[change | change source]

Finding Dory is about Dory, the regal blue tang fish, who forgets things almost instantly. The story is about Dory reuniting with her family.[3] The movie is set off the coast of California.[4][5]

Voice cast[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. Kit, Borys (7 July 2012). "Andrew Stanton to Direct Pixar's 'Finding Nemo' Sequel". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2 April 2013. 
  2. Farley, Christopher John (2 April 2013). "Ellen DeGeneres to Star in 'Nemo' Sequel 'Finding Dory'". The Wall Street Journal. Retrieved 2 April 2013. 
  3. Risley, Matt (2 April 2013). "Pixar confirm Finding Nemo sequel". Total Film. Retrieved 2 April 2013. 
  4. Zeitchik, Steven (2 April 2013). "Ellen DeGeneres' 'Nemo' sequel, 'Finding Dory,' set for 2015". The Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2 April 2013. 
  5. Lussier, Germain. "'Finding Nemo' Sequel Officially Called 'Finding Dory,' Releases November 25, 2015". /Film. Retrieved 2 April 2013. 
  6. Alexander, Bryan (June 21, 2016). "Baby Dory is just one of the secret stars of 'Finding Dory'". USA Today. Retrieved June 25, 2016. 

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