"Finding Nemo" fans at Disney's D23 Expo on Friday got to watch a sneak peek of the film's highly anticipated sequel, "Finding Dory." Yes, the unforgettable little blue fish voiced by Ellen DeGeneres is getting her own story this time around.
According to Entertainment Weekly, the clip shown at the expo features Dory muttering something about “the jewel of Monterey, California,” while she sleeps. “I don’t remember what I remembered, but I remembered that I remembered something,” Dory then says to Nemo upon waking up.
Disney also tweeted the first image from "Finding Dory" on Friday night, in which we are introduced to a new character, Hank the octopus:
Pixar President Jim Morris said in December that the majority of "Finding Dory" will take place at the Marine Biology Institute of California, where the blue fish with short-term memory loss was born and raised before she was released into the wild.
"Finding Dory" is set to release on June 17, 2016.
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