Young Dory Searches for Her Parents in New ‘Finding Dory’ Trailer

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The latest trailer for Finding Dory has Dory swimming into the spotlight as she searches for her family.

“Somewhere out there is my family,” Dory says. “I can’t find them on my own.”

The trailer begins and flashes back to a much younger Dory asking two fish (voiced by Bill Hader and Kate McKinnon) if they have seen her parents, hinting that Dory lost her family at a very young age.

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The clip then flashes back to the present day where Dory is caught and taken by humans to the Marine Life Institute. The classic trio reunites there where they begin quite the adventure searching for Dory’s parents.

Source: Disney/Pixar

Source: Disney/Pixar

In the Marine Life Institute Marlin, Dory, and Nemo meet a whole bunch of new characters including Idris Elba and Dominic West as sunbathing sea lions, Diane Keaton and Eugene Levy as Dory’s parents, Ed O’Neill as a cranky octopus, and Ty Burrell as a beluga whale. Albert Brooks and Ellen DeGeneres reprise their roles as Marlin and Dory, while Hayden Rolence joins the cast as the voice of Nemo.

Source: Disney/Pixar

Source: Disney/Pixar

In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, DeGeneres spoke about playing Dory this time around.

“It’s not that I felt pressure about it, but it gave me more to do with the acting,” she shared. “I mean, she’s funny, but she’s obviously very relatable, which is why people like Dory so much. She’s trying to find her family, and she is very emotional about wanting to belong, and I think that is easy for anybody to relate to.”

Finding Dory hits theaters on June 17. Check out the newest trailer below!

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