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Finding Nemo

  1. Finding Dory Reunites The Wire Stars Idris Elba & Dominic West

    "A fish must have a code."

    Stringer Bell and McNulty meet again!

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  2. Talented Makeup Artist Turns Her Mouth Into Famous Animated Characters, And That’s the Tooth

    Makeup with some bite.

    Laura Jenkinson is one seriously talented makeup artist if her Instagram feed is any indication. While she also does beauty and horror makeup, we're most impressed to see her mouth transform into characters from Beauty and the Beast, Finding Nemo, and other animated favorites.

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  3. Famous TV & Movie Characters Get Appropriate Business Cards

    Highly Successful Marketing Strategies

    Benedetto Papi and Edoardo Santamato of Invasione Creativa have put together a fun series to show off their design talents. It's called Change the Perspective and features the likes of Sauron, Batman, Amélie, and more!

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  4. We Cannot Overemphasize How Good Looking These Mondo Disney Posters Are

    eye candy

    For those of you lucky enough to be at SXSW, Mondo's joined forces with Oh My Disney for "Nothing's Impossible," a gallery exhibition you can go see right now. For the rest of us, here's a sampler platter. The full set's this-a-way.

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  5. Unnecessarily Censored Finding Nemo, For All You Pervs Out There

    i'll just leave this here

    From the guy who brought you Unnecessarily Censored Frozen, here's Unnecessarily Censored Finding Nemo. Or, er, F**cking Nemo. Kids, don't click. (via: Laughing Squid) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  6. 8-Bit Cinema’s Finding Nemo Should Really Just Become An Actual Game Already [Video]

    Press B to just keep swimmin'.

    CineFix usually knocks it out of the park with their 8-bit Cinema series,  but their newest send up of the beloved Pixar movie Finding Nemo is nothing short of amazing. Think of how great an actual video game this would be! Sort of like Echo, but not boring. Somebody make that game for us, please.

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  7. Pixar’s Finding Dory Voice Cast Revealed At D23 Expo

    It's A World of Laughter A World of Tears

    The Finding Nemo sequel has found some new sea creatures to help search for wide-eyed and lovable Dory!

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  8. Finding Nemo Sequel’s Officially Finding Dory

    Pixar movies are pretty great, and Finding Nemo is still one of the best. And of all the characters in that fish-out-of-water-then-back-in-water story, none is more endearing than the memory-challenged Dory. Which is why it's totally awesome that Disney's/Pixar's long-awaited Finding Nemo sequel has been announced as Finding Dory. Opening in theaters on November of 2015, the movie will once again feature Ellen DeGeneres as Dory, but this time at the center of the plot.

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  9. Finding Nemo 2 is Finding Dory

    Suddenly

    When Disney/Pixar's sequel to Finding Nemo was announced, there was a lot of speculation on who was going to get lost this time. It seems, to borrow a joke from Jill, that Dory may have just kept swimming a bit too far this time. In actuality, the film, which will premiere on November 25th, 2015, seeks to answer the question of just how Dory wound up swimming alone in the Great Barrier Reef, and to reunite her with her family. We're certain that Ellen DeGeneres is suitably excited.

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  10. Things We Saw Today: An Adorable Swedish Detective Agency

    Things We Saw Today

    According to Jezebel's translation, these young ladies are charging $2.50 for easy cases, $6.25 for medium, and $12.50 for hard, but they won't work on their own birthdays. I'd say that's a good deal.

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  11. Environmental Group Wants Finding Nemo Fish Classified as Endangered

    One of the factors threatening a number of ocean-dwelling creatures is the growing acidity of the world's saltwater. This specifically affects the coral reef systems and all the life that depends on them. It's for this reason that the Center for Biological Diversity has petitioned the United States government to protect eight species of fish that depend on coral. This list includes the orange clownfish, the star of Disney's Finding Nemo.

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  12. Things We Saw Today: Joss Whedon’s Master Plan

    Things We Saw Today

    Big damn Avengers. (Gutters via ScansDaily)

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  13. Taking Nemo [Fake Trailer of the Day]

    I See What They Did There

    Man, that Taken sequel seems to have made some serious changes in the editing room since the last trailer. Plot seems familiar, though. Can't quite put my fin on why. (via The Daily What.)

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  14. Things We Saw Today: There’s Going to Be A Sequel to Finding Nemo

    Things We Saw Today

    Monster's Inc prequel, the possibility of a Hocus Pocus sequel; we've already been struck by how hard the film industry has been working recently to hit twenty-s0methings in the nostalgia spot. Now we're even more convinced. Why? Because they're making a sequel to the 2003 Pixar sea-romp Finding Nemo. Director Andrew Stanton has already signed on. But considering Nemo was *SPOILER ALERT* found at the end of the first film, we're wondering how they're gonna play this one. Is he gonna "find" himself emotionally as a teenager fish? Finding Emo? (via MTV)

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  15. Protagidads: 7 Dads Who Get to Be The Hero

    Power Grid

    After thinking about how most of the parent figures in the things we watch and read and play are secondary characters, antagonists, or just plain missing, we wanted to feature parents who were none of those. We wanted to talk about parents who are protagonists. Our seven Momtagonists are here, but this weekend is Fathers' day in the US, so we'll be covering seven Protagidads, all men who are either the main character of their story or, if it's more of a team narrative, at least as important and vital as the other members of the core cast.

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  16. Disney Setting Up More Animated Classics For 3D Re-Releases

    Highly Successful Marketing Strategies

    With the huge success of Walt Disney's re-release of The Lion King in 3D, the company has decided to go for gold by converting several other classics. Beauty and the Beast, Pixar’s Finding Nemo and Monsters, Inc. and The Little Mermaid will be back in theaters in 3D in the next two years. Just imagine that giant splash coming towards you!

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  17. 10 Characters Whose Genders Were Swapped in Production

    Power Grid

    As you're about to see, there are many reasons why a writer or director might want to change the gender of a character mid-production: a change in actor, a change in social mores, or simply a sudden good idea. To our mind, it almost always makes the character more interesting if you know that their particular personality was considered fine for any gender.

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