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'Finding Nemo' Sequel to Be Titled 'Finding Dory,' Arriving in Theaters November 2015

9:49 AM 4/2/2013 by Jeff Giles
Finding Dory
Pixar's been keeping a pretty tight lid on the details for its upcoming Finding Nemo sequel, but as of today, we know a little bit more -- including the project's official title and release date. It sounds like Nemo won't be getting lost this time; instead, Dory, the friendly-but-forgetful fish voiced by Ellen DeGeneres, gets top honors in the aptly titled Finding Dory, due to arrive in theaters on November 25, 2015.

Albert Brooks Returns for 'Finding Nemo' Sequel

5:54 PM 2/12/2013 by Jeff Giles
Finding Nemo
Given that it was announced last summer, Pixar's Finding Nemo sequel seems to be coming together at a rather deliberate pace, but it hasn't been forgotten; today, word got out that Albert Brooks has inked a deal to reprise his role as Nemo's neurotic dad Marlin.

Albert Brooks Hooks Deal To Reprise In 'Finding Nemo 2' – EXCLUSIVE: Albert Brooks has closed a fat deal to reprise the voice Marlin in Finding Nemo 2 for Disney’s Pixar. The sequel has been long in the works; Deadline told you last July that the studio got the original’s helmer Andrew Stanton back in the fold (I’d heard that the studio will also give him another live action shot after his disastrous live action debut on John Carter) and Ellen Degeneres came back shortly after. 1 year 8 weeks ago via jackiechan

Director Andrew Stanton looks back on 'John Carter's' rocky path

John Carter – The Pixar veteran reflects on the tough journey to and from his Mars-themed film, which bombed in theaters, and says ultimately, he's proud of 'John Carter.'When his movie "John Carter" thudded into theaters in March, director Andrew Stanton escaped to New York and spent the next three weeks riding the subway, noodling on scripts and visiting with his daughter and some friends 1 year 31 weeks ago via brucelee

Finding Dory

Posted August 22nd, 2012 by Binh Ngo


Ellen DeGeneres in Talks to Return for 'Finding Nemo' Sequel (Exclusive)

Ellen DeGeneres – Ellen DeGeneres is in negotiations to reprise her role in Disney/Pixar's planned Finding Nemo sequel. 1 year 33 weeks ago via jackiechan

Finding Nemo

Posted August 21st, 2012 by Binh Ngo

Nemo, an adventurous young clownfish, is unexpectedly taken to a dentist's office aquarium. It's up to Marlin (Albert Brooks), his worrisome father, and Dory (Ellen DeGeneres), a friendly but forgetful Regal Blue Tang, to make the epic journey to bring Nemo home. Their adventure brings them face-to-face with vegetarian sharks, surfer dude turtles, hypnotic jellyfish, hungry seagulls, and more.


'John Carter' Helmer Andrew Stanton Dives Back Into Animation With 'Finding Nemo' Sequel

Finding Nemo 2 – EXCLUSIVE: While Andrew Stanton’s live action feature directing debut John Carter led to a precedent setting $200 million write down for Disney earlier this summer, the filmmaker is officially out of director jail. I’ve been hearing for months that he would come aboard to direct the sequel to Disney-based Pixar’s Finding Nemo, with the idea that Disney would give him another shot behind the camera on a live action film.

1 year 38 weeks ago via donnieyen

Disney Have Announced A New Animated Comedy From Andrew Stanton And Lee Unkrich

Disney – This is quite mysterious. And ultimately very frustrating. But maybe you can help. Particularly if you are or know any Italians who work in the film biz. Lee Unkrich is, as previously reported, working on a feature length film at Pixar, about the Mexican Day of the Dead celebration. Andrew Stanton has yet to announce his next feature film, to follow up John Carter.

1 year 42 weeks ago via donnieyen

Willem Dafoe Still Baffled By Failure Of 'John Carter'; New Pixar Stamps Introduced

Pixar – Today "John Carter" will be released on DVD and Blu-ray and, presumably, will be seen by a much larger audience than what turned up it when it was released theatrically this past spring. (The Blu-ray is a handsome, features-packed affair well worth picking up if you feel any love for the movie.) The film, which Disney recently admitted would cost the studio $200 million in lost profit, quickly became a cautionary fable about what happens when you try to launch a franchise based on a century-old property that no one much remembers anymore. 1 year 44 weeks ago via jackiechan
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