Finding Dory Clips

This week brings Pixar Animation’s anticipated sequel Finding Dory, the follow-up to the animation studio’s 2003 hit undersea adventure Finding Nemo. The early buzz on the film is that while it treads the same water that the first film covered, it’s still an outstanding sequel and will get the water works flowing from your eyes.

If you still need some more convincing to catch Finding Dory with your family this weekend, some new clips have just emerged online, featuring a bunch of the new aquatic characters, including Kaitlin Olsen and Ty Burrell as a couple of whales, Ed O’Neill as Hank the octopus. Read More »

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Finding Dory Reviews

Finding Dory doesn’t arrive in theaters until next weekend, but a slew of press and critics have already seen the movie as they participate in press junkets with the cast and crew. Today reviews started hitting the web, and for the most part, it seems the follow-up to Finding Nemo is a worthy successor to the original undersea adventure, though it treads much of the same water. For many, it seems to be just as good as the original, inspiring some tears to roll, but there are a few who weren’t as impressed.

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Andrew Stanton

Andrew Stanton had built his entire career on animation, with films like Finding Nemo and Wall-E, before making his live-action debut with 2012’s John Carter. This summer’s Finding Dory brings him back into the Pixar fold, but he’s already looking to mix things up again. In a new interview, Stanton revealed that he wants to take a break from animation and return to live-action. And we may not have to wait long to find out what that next project is.  Read More »

Finding Dory lesbian couple

Pixar’s Finding Dory caused a minor commotion last month, when its latest trailer featured a very brief shot of what appeared to be a lesbian couple. The characters in question only appear for about two seconds (if that), but that was enough time to get the internet buzzing about what might be the studio’s first same-sex couple. Hollywood in general, and Disney in particular, has had a dismal track record with LGBT inclusion in its films. Could this be a step in the right direction?

Now that Finding Dory has actually started to screen, however, it’s sounding like the truth is a little bit murkier. Director Andrew Stanton isn’t denying the characters in question are gay — but he isn’t confirming it, either.  Read More »

fast and furious 8

In today’s Sequel Bits:

  • Crazy new footage from the set of Fast 8 arrives in official and unofficial forms.
  • Composter Thomas Newman on scoring Finding Dory.
  • Karl Urban almost didn’t return for Star Trek Beyond.
  • Producer Joel Silver talks up The Predator.
  • Independence Day: Resurgence reveals an IMAX poster.
  • Watch a new clip from Ice Age: Collision Course.
  • MacGruber 2 may still happen.

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Finding Dory

Most of the Pixar films have a co-director, yet most everyone who watches a Pixar movie probably has no idea what the co-director does. So while I was doing a long-lead press day for Pixar’s upcoming sequel Finding Dory, I decided to ask director Andrew Stanton to help explain how his co-director Angus MacLane contributes to the overall film.

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Finding Dory - dory after dark

Disney has announced that they will be celebrating the theatrical release of Finding Dory with a spacial Dory After Dark event in 90 movie theaters which will include a double feature of Finding Nemo and the new sequel, alongside some swag. Hit the jump to find out more about the Dory After Dark events and where you can buy tickets.

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the last knight

In today’s edition of Sequel Bits:

  • Transformers: The Last Knight heads to Cuba and Megatron gets a redesign.
  • Star Trek Beyond reveals new story points, photos, and posters.
  • New clips and featurettes from Independence Day: Resurgence arrive online.
  • Finding Dory would like you to talk like a whale on June 11.

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Finding Dory Clip

I was as hesitant about a sequel to Finding Nemo as anyone else, but the closer we get the release date of Finding Dory, the more optimistic I get regarding this whole film. It looks gorgeously animated, funny and charming. Most importantly, there are shreds of evidence in the various trailers that suggest this talking fish movie will reduce me to a blubbering mess in true Up and Inside Out fashion. Bring it on, Pixar. This wouldn’t be the first time you’ve brought a sledgehammer down upon my fragile emotions.

The first Finding Dory clip that has debuted online doesn’t feature any heartstring tugging, but it does feature the return of few familiar faces and it’s perfectly adorable.

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