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Things We Saw Today: If Pixar Movies Just Ended at the Sad Parts

Some monster has compiled a few of your favorite Pixar movies to show you what it'd be like if Monsters Inc., Finding Nemo, Toy Story 2, and Inside Out just ended at their saddest moments.

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Review: Finding Dory Makes a Splash, Is As Good If Not Better Than Finding Nemo

4 out of 5 stars

When approaching this review, all I needed to ask myself was--what would Dory do? She’d ignore the mediocre trailers, for a start; Finding Dory is as good as if not slightly better than Finding Nemo. It’s taken the heart of the first movie and ramped up the characters' personas, action and most importantly the emotions.

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Rewatch Finding Nemo Through Emojis (Minus the Sad Part)

In honor of Finding Nemo's 13th anniversary and the upcoming Finding Dory premier on June 17th, Disney released an "as told by Emoji" for the film.

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New Finding Dory Trailer Reminds Us What Dory Might Be Looking For

This brand new trailer features some great new footage from the Disney/Pixar sequel to Finding Nemo.

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Pixar Lets Us Look at Two New Characters in Finding Dory

The forgetful but charming Dory, voiced by Ellen DeGeneres, was always the standout star of Finding Nemo -- and the first trailer for her much-deserved follow-up film, Finding Dory, does not disappoint. The trailer features the characters we already remember from the first movie (Dory, Nemo, and Marlin), but EW has revealed a peek today at two of the movie's brand-new characters.

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The Finding Dory Trailer Is Finally Here; It’s Time to Feel Things

Just keep watchin', just keep watchin'

As far as trailers for heavily-anticipated movies go I was expecting something a little (ahem) splashier, but Dory and Nemo's dynamic here still makes me excited for the movie.

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Ready to Weep Openly? Here’s a Montage Showcasing the Many Emotions of Pixar Movies

Oh, that's fine. I didn't need my heart.

I thought editor Lindsay McCutcheon's Pixar montage might not get to me. Then they started Up.

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Finding Dory Reels In It’s Always Sunny Actress to Play New “Bruce”

What sweet (Dee) news!

It's already always sunny when you're a forgetful fish who views the tank half full. But it sounds like the Finding Dory team is aiming to let even more sun shine into their leading lady's life with some new cast additions!

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Finding Nemo 2 is Finding Dory


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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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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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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Things We Saw Today: Joss Whedon’s Master Plan

Things We Saw Today

Big damn Avengers. (Gutters via ScansDaily)

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