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Pixar Announces 'Finding Nemo' Sequel

Pixar announced that it will release a sequel to the hit 2003 animated movie Finding Nemo in November 2015, which will be called Finding Dory and will focus on the forgetful blue fish voiced by Ellen Degeneres and her quest to reunite with her loved ones. What do you think?

  • Finding Nemo was a great movie, but I’m just not sure if the exact same plot would work with a different-named fish.”

    Luke Adler Ear Muff Assembler
  • “Great. My divorce should be finalized by then, and this will be the perfect way to distract my kids.”

    Mona Villalobos Pharmacist
  • “2015? What the fuck am I supposed to do until then?”

    Basil Kemp Canoe Inspector

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