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The Summer Blockbuster Hit, Disney•Pixar’s “Finding Dory,”
Swims Home on Digital HD on Oct. 25 and Blu-ray™ on Nov. 15
Dive deep into the kelp to find out more about the making of the film with extensive extras
featuring the creative talent of Pixar and the all-star cast!
BURBANK, Calif., Sept. 8, 2016 — The summer blockbuster hit, Disney•Pixar’s “Finding Dory,” swims home just in time for the holidays on Digital HD and Disney Movies Anywhere (DMA) on Oct. 25 and on Blu-ray 3D™, Blu-ray, DVD and On-Demand on Nov. 15. Viewers can watch Dory’s hilarious and heartwarming quest to find her family and continue the underwater adventure with hours of immersive bonus features.
The film’s playful and plentiful bonus offerings include “Piper,” the theatrical short film starring an irresistible sandpiper hatchling; an all-new mini short featuring interviews with Dory’s pals from the Marine Life Institute; a behind-the-scenes look at the most challenging character Pixar has ever created; never-before-seen deleted scenes, including a digital exclusive featuring the Tank Gang from “Finding Nemo” who make it their mission to get Marlin and Nemo to the Marine Life Institute; and much, much more.
“Finding Dory” features an all-star voice cast, reuniting Ellen DeGeneres (“The Ellen DeGeneres Show”) and Albert Brooks (“This is 40”) as Dory and Marlin, the ever-optimistic blue tang and the uptight but loyal clownfish. Ed O’Neill (“Modern Family”) lends his voice to “septopus” Hank, Kaitlin Olson (“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”) voices whale shark Destiny, and Ty Burrell (“Modern Family”) gives voice to beluga whale Bailey. Dory’s doting parents Charlie and Jenny are portrayed by Eugene Levy (“Schitt’s Creek”) and Diane Keaton (“Love the Coopers”), and 12-year-old Hayden Rolence (“Beta Persei”) steps in as Nemo, the young clownfish with a lucky fin.
Thirteen years after the original, audiences get a new chapter in the story of their favorite forgetful blue tang. As returning director Andrew Stanton describes, “I realized that I was worried about Dory. The idea of her short-term memory loss and how it affected her was unresolved. What if she got lost again?” His response is a touching tale of friendship and family that’s truly unforgettable … perhaps even for Dory.
My kids had asked to go see this movie since they started advertising it on television, so when it came out we knew we had to go watch it. Finding Dory is about the little blue fish from Finding Nemo. In this movie Dory remembers she has a family and sets out to find them. Nemo and his father Marlin set out to find Dory. This movie is full of adventure and has some really funny parts that will have you laughing. Our children had to have this DVD to add to their collection and I’m so glad we got it. They live watching it when they get bored or when it’s raining out and we are stuck inside. I’m sure any kid would love getting this for Christmas this year.