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Despite the fact Andrew Stanton’s long-awaited animated sequel is arriving a full 13 years after its beloved predecessor, only six months have lapsed for aquatic life under the sea, and today’s series of posters for Finding Dory prove that Ellen DeGeneres’ forgetful explorer is still as playful as ever.
Keeping up her habit of swimming (and swimming and swimming), the images are as much a showcase of Pixar’s vibrant rendition of the deep blue as they are a game of hide-and-seek.
Returning along DeGeneres for the adventure are Albert Brooks and Hayden Rolence – replacing Alexander Gould from the 2003 original – and it’s only when Dory catches sight of manta rays migrating home while attending a school trip with Nemo that she sparks a burning desire to find her wayward parents. It’s a desire she didn’t realise she had in the first place, of course, and Finding Dory »
- Michael Briers
A new advertisement campaign for the Snickers brand has come online, and, following on from the likes of Rowan Atkinson and Joan Collins, this one sees Willem Dafoe playing none other than Marilyn Monroe in her most famous scene from The Seven Year Itch.
Check out the ad below.
- Paul Heath
Snickers' Super Bowl commercials have become a thing of legend. And the big game just wouldn't be the same without a new one. Today, we get our first look at the latest edition in this long-standing Ad campaign. And it doesn't disappoint. The TV spot features two very big, albeit very different Hollywood legends.
In the new Snickers spot simply called 'Marilyn', we see the iconic actress in her signature flying skirt pose, standing over a steam grate. She has become possessed by hunger. And this manifests itself in the form of Willem Dafoe. The much-too-serious actor in a dress locks eyes with his director, who assures the 'big star' that this scene is going to be amazing!
Due to hit theatres in July, the Welsh thesp didn’t disclose which character – or should we say aquatic animal – he’ll be voicing in Andrew Stanton’s follow-up, with his simple quote from the podcast being: “Finding Nemo 2 should be coming out at some point… which I’m in.”
No word yet from Disney and/or Pixar to confirm Sheen’s place among the cast, though now that his involvement is all but out in the open, an official announcement should be imminent. Mind you, given that he referred to Stanton’s sequel as Finding Nemo 2, don’t hold your breath for it being a major part.
Either way, that’ll have »
- Michael Briers
The news comes from an episode of the podcast Doug Loves Movies, hosted by Doug Benson (Super High Me), which was released about two weeks back. Towards the end of the January 13th episode, on which Greg Proops and Julian McCullough also guested, when asked if he had any upcoming projects to plug, Sheen casually brought up his involvement in the sequel. The actor said, “Finding Nemo 2 should be coming out at some point… which I’m in.”
In 2016, Sheen will also be reprising his role as the White Rabbit from Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland in Alice Through the Looking Glass; in addition to that, he will act alongside Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt in Morten Tyldum’s Passengers. »
- Justin Cook
An international (UK) teaser trailer is now online for Disney•Pixar‘s long-awaited sequel "Finding Dory."
"Finding Dory" reunites the friendly-but-forgetful blue tang fish with her loved ones, and everyone learns a few things about the true meaning of family along the way. Featuring the voices of Ellen DeGeneres, as Dory, Albert Brooks as Marlin, Diane Keaton as Dory's mom Jenny, Eugene Levy as Dory's dad Charlie and Ty Burrell as Bailey.
Check out the UK teaser trailer trailer below.
"Finding Dory" opens in theaters June 17, 2016.
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- Kellvin Chavez
In what is essentially a motion poster, the clip features a confused Dory swimming around a 3D rendition of the sequel’s title, and if there was ever any doubt that Andrew Stanton’s long-awaited follow-up would dial back the clumsiness of DeGeneres’ titular fish, today’s teaser ought to put those fears to bed.
Picking up a full six months after the 2003 original, Finding Dory introduces us to a time and place when Dory has settled into life living with Albert Brooks’ clownfish and their aquatic neighbors. But after agreeing to partake in a class trip with Nemo, one which has her lay eyes on manta rays migrating home, our protagonist discovers a burning desire to locate her wayward parents, and ultimately jog that unreliable memory of hers. »
- Michael Briers
See Also: Watch the teaser trailer for Disney-Pixar’s Finding Dory
“Finding Dory” reunites the friendly-but-forgetful blue tang fish with her loved ones, and everyone learns a few things about the true meaning of family along the way.”
Finding Dory is set for release on is set for release on July 29th, with Ellen DeGeneres and Albert Brooks reprising their roles from Finding Nemo alongside Diane Keaton as Dory’s mom Jenny, Eugene Levy as Dory’s dad Charlie, Kaitlin Olson as Dory’s adopted sister Destiny, Ty Burrell as Bailey and Ed O’Neill as Hank. The Wire stars Idris Elba and Dominic West will also voice characters.
- Amie Cranswick
Welcome back to the Definitive List, where for the inaugural top 50, we’re counting down the best romantic comedies. The majority of numbers 50 through 41 weren’t so traditional. A secret-admirer movie, a period piece, a “These two don’t make sense together” movie, and a French fantasy among them, but we still managed to squeak in a Wes Anderson movie and a surrealist masterpiece. It doesn’t get any more traditional from here, as numbers 40 through 31 jumps around just as much, from sub-genre to sub-genre. Regardless, these films have made their mark on the industry and still hold a place in the pantheon of the rom-com hall of fame.
#40. Groundhog Day (1993)
Bill Murray was nominated for an Oscar after his dramatic turn in Sofia Coppola’s Lost in Translation. He has shown great promise in Wes Anderson’s films. But his best performance to date came in this Harold Ramis »
- Joshua Gaul
Taking place six months after the first film, Dory suddenly recalls her childhood memories. Remembering something about “the jewel of Monterey, California”, accompanied by Nemo and Marlin, she sets out to find her family. She arrives at the Monterey Marine Life Institute, where she meets Bailey, a white beluga whale; Destiny, a whale shark; and Hank the octopus, who becomes her guide. The new Pixar movie stars Ellen DeGeneres, Albert Brooks, Hayden Rolence, Diane Keaton, Eugene Levy, Ty Burrell, Kaitlin Olson, Ed O’Neill, Willem Dafoe, Vicki Lewis, Idris Elba, and Dominic West. Pixar’s “Finding Dory” hits theaters on June 17, 2016.
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- Rudie Obias
10 items from 2016
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