Whenever we see Ellen DeGeneres, it’s either she’s on her own talk show or any tv shows and she’s playing as herself most of the time. But she does movies too. The last time she did a movie, we cannot recognize her because she was an animated blue fish.
Ellen DeGeneres voiced Dory, a Pacific Regal Blue Tang who suffers from short-term memory loss in Finding Nemo. The animated film brought $868 million worldwide, which is the highest grossing film of Pixar. Not only that, it won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature.
Andrew Stanton, the famous director of Finding Nemo is returning to do the sequel. He became unfortunate when he directed his most recent film, John Carter. So, maybe this will be a good thing to redeem himself again. He’s going to direct the sequel from a script provided by Victoria Strouse while Lindsey Collins will be producing.
So how about Dory? Well, according to Hollywood Reporter, Ellen DeGeneres is in negotiations to return in Pixar’s upcoming Finding Dory.
Finding Dory is currently set for release in 2016.