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Just Keep Swimming

WE CATCH UP WITH CHAT-SHOW QUEEN ELLEN DEGENERES, WHO’S BACK ON THE BIG SCREEN IN A SEQUEL TO FINDING NEMO, AND DISCOVER SHE’S GOT MORE THAN A LITTLE IN COMMON WITH HER ANIMATED ALTER EGO, DORY
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After a 13-year absence, short-term-memory-challenged blue tang fish Dory returns to the big screen along with Nemo, Marlin and the rest of the school for the Disney/Pixar sequel, Finding Dory. Chat-show host Ellen DeGeneres, 58, reprises her role as the voice of the forgetful fish, who was first introduced to audiences in the Academy Award-winning Finding Nemo in 2003. If you are one of the few people who didn’t catch the first film, Dory, despite her frequent (and humorous) memory lapses, went on an aquatic adventure with Marlin, a clownfish, to help find his missing son, who had strayed a bit too far from the rest of his group on a school field trip.

This time around, it’s Dory in search of her long-lost family members. She gets assistance on her quest from her pals Nemo (voiced by newcomer Hayden Rolence) and Marlin (Albert Brooks, reprising his role). Th ey also make a host of new friends along the way. Andrew Stanton, who co-wrote and directed the original fish tale, returns to helm and co-write the sequel.

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