Disney has released the first trailer to the "Finding Nemo" sequel, "Finding Dory," set six months after the 2003 original.

The trailer features Dory, voiced by Ellen Degeneres, having a sleep swimming problem. When Marlin and Nemo turn her back on her for one second, she's has sleep swum away.

It appears that they do find Dory, and the real meaning behind "Finding" Dory is the search for her family as she begins to remember things about them. You'll remember from the first film that Dory couldn't remember anything, much less where she came from.

Some original cast members are back including Ellen, Albert Brooks (Marlin) and Willem Dafoe (Gill), but the voice of Nemo had to be re-cast because Alexander Gould hit puberty and then some. He's 21 now, so the new voice of Nemo is portrayed by 11-year-old Hayden Rolence.

Look for 'Finding Dory' in theaters on Jun 27, 2016.



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