New Footage in Full Japanese Trailer for Pixar's 'Finding Dory' Sequel
Have you seen her? This looks like so much fun, I can't wait to see it! We've seen two trailers for Disney-Pixar's Finding Dory so far but they haven't revealed too much of the plot yet. Another new trailer for Finding Dory has debuted and it's from Japan - so all the voices have been dubbed in Japanese and it's kind of amazing to hear. There's something really fun about hearing the Japanese voices, even though I have no idea what they're saying. This trailer shows tons of new footage and reveals the plot - Dory gets captured and brought to an aquatic center, and Marlin + Nemo go looking for her there. Most of the footage shows her trying to get out, and them trying to get in, meeting new friends along the way including some sea lions.
Here's the new full-length Japanese trailer for Pixar's Finding Dory, found via Stitch Kingdom's YouTube:
We already know that the story is going to follow Dory (Ellen DeGeneres) and Marlin (Albert Brooks) on a journey to find the former forgetful fish's family. Eugene Levy and Diane Keaton have already been named as Dory's parents Charlie and Jenny, and there's also a beluga whale voiced by Ty Burrell. And Pixar president Jim Morris also revealed to Omelete that a big part of the film will take place at the Marine Biology Institute of California, a huge rehabilitation complex for marine and aquarium life. Dory discovers that she was born and raised there, only to be released into the ocean when she was young. Finding Dory is being directed by Pixar veteran Andrew Stanton (Finding Nemo, Wall-E, John Carter), and co-directed by Angus MacLane. Disney-Pixar will release Finding Dory in theaters starting on June 7th this summer.