The Full-Length Trailer for 'Finding Nemo' 3D Theatrical Re-Release
Since the great success of The Lion King hitting theaters in 3D last fall, Disney quickly announced the return of 2D animated films like Beauty and the Beast and The Little Mermaid planned for re-release, along with Pixar's hit films Monsters Inc. and Finding Nemo also getting a 3D theatrical re-release. A brief teaser hit at the beginning of the year, but now the full-length trailer for the fall return of Marlin and Dory on a cross-ocean journey to find the former's lost clownfish son Nemo has hit, and it brings back all sorts of warm feelings about this Pixar treasure. This should be quite an experience to have in 3D for the first time.
Watch the full trailer for Disney's 3D re-release of Pixar's Finding Nemo, originally via Yahoo:
Finding Nemo comes from those geniuses at Pixar and is co-directed by Andrew Stanton (WALL-E, A Bug's Life) and Lee Unkrich (Toy Story 3) with a script by Stanton, Bob Peterson and David Reynolds. When his son, Nemo is taken from him by a diver, Marlin the clown fish (Albert Brooks) sets off on a journey to rescue him. Together with Dory, a blue tang fish with short term memory loss voiced by Ellen DeGeneres, they set off through the oceans, whilst joining a club with Australian sharks, dodging jellyfish and catching a current with sea turtles. Finding Nemo hits theaters all over again in 3D on September 14th. Sea it in 3D this fall!
I'll go see Wall-E again. This, not in the theaters, sorry.
ccoltmanm on May 21, 2012
As funny as usual and Dory looks a lot better in animation.
Jackmooney9 on May 21, 2012
Fuck the 3D Bring us new masterpiece Spent money in new animation not old ones What is this to mean?
Ehsan Davodi on May 21, 2012
Agreed. Andrew Stanton and Disney still owe me for John Carter. Garbage. I'm not going to support him and throw more money his way. Hack.
Hal2000 on May 22, 2012
Ehsan, you *really* don't know what this means? It means an extra couple hundred million dollars in the bank for Disney... Remember, Disney is a capitalist company. As for the new masterpiece, "Brave" is going to be released next month.
Alex C. on May 22, 2012
The Incredibles 2.
Max on May 22, 2012
Toy Story 4 Hello mr.Alex Yes sir you right But I insist on my opinion Instead converting with not high result quality 2d to 3d (lion king 3d/beauty & beast 3d/titanic 3d/jurasic park 3d) and this they could made toy story 4 and release it with this "brave" that you mention it.(I know that movies not property of one company) I know Disney is capitalist but capitalists fail either if they doesn't has good decision, look to John Carter and many other products of this capitalist companies. You don't like see another cool masterpiece (like toy story4) after "brave" release instead buy of converting nemo 2d to 3d version? But I respect your opinion yeah you right that you say they work for money
Ehsan Davodi on May 22, 2012
Hello Mr Ehsan Having worked for Disney for a long time, I can tell you the following: that company (like many other ones) is made by artists - and geniuses like Pixar's - but also by executives, whose mission is to make as much money as they can, for themselves and for the shareholders. And, occasionally, to grow the company). To summarize, artists create... art (like Toy Story or Finding Nemo), executives create money, like the re-release of The Lion King in 3D (and occasional flops like John Carter). Disney is smart enough nowadays to push on one hand creativity and real art, and on the other try to make as much money as they can from their existing portfolio. One activity doesn't exclude the other, as the creative teams (apart from a selected few) are not involved in the re-releases and new versions. PS: check out "Brave" here: disney.go.com/brave/index.htm
Alex C. on May 25, 2012
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