Posted on Wednesday, December 30th, 2015 by Jacob Hall
Pixar’s Finding Dory will feature several returning voices from Finding Nemo, including Albert Brooks, Willem Dafoe, and, of course, Ellen Degeneres. However, the upcoming sequel is also filled with new characters voiced by an ensemble of talented actors and actresses, including Idris Elba, Dominic West, Diane Keaton, Ed O’Neil, and Eugene Levy.
But we’re not talking about them right now. A new piece of concept art from the upcoming sequel has revealed Bailey and Destiny, a beluga whale and whale shark voiced by Modern Family‘s Ty Burell and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia‘s Kaitlin Olson. Check out this first look, as well as some additional details, below.
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The Television Critics Association panels have been going on for the past week or so, and we’ve had plenty of great updates from Fred Topel’s interviews and coverage that you can check out right here.
Today, straight from the TCA, comes some announcements from FX, which includes a renewal for a third season of The Strain, orders for two new comedy series featuring some familiar FX talent, a new home for Archer, and fall premiere dates for American Horror Story: Hotel, the second season of Fargo and more.
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Wow, what in the hell was that? The third episode in the new season of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia just concluded on FX on the East Coast, and there are already viewer grumblings over what appeared to be blanket-style, integrated product placement. During the second half of the ep, entitled “The Great Recession,” I wondered if I was watching an experimental commercial starring Rob McElhenney and Glen Howerton, with an actual, traditional, (and umm, funny?) new ep to follow. I wasn’t. Compared to the backlash 30 Rock received last season for “witty” integration—which I wrote about (and against) on /Film and was later referenced by Tina Fey and Co. in an ep—I expect Sunny fans to be far more vocal come tomorrow. If you’re one of them, what did you think? Also, I’m going to make a personal policy not to mention the companies involved by name below, because bad press is definitely good press for them in these situations.
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