We’ve seen a lot of promotions going on for our favorite Blue Tang, and we’re very happy about it. With just two months away and counting for its US debut on June 17, we’ve already been treated with
, a colorful underwater poster , and a recent movie trailer a spoiler of an activity book.
adds one more treat to the roster of Finding Dory eye candies, this time focusing on the movie’s underwater cast. Check these exclusive (and super adorable) photos. The sea otters are my personal favorite. Photo captions courtesy of USA Today. USA Today
Pixar’s ‘Finding Dory’ (in theaters June 17) adds a host of new sea creatures for the ‘Finding Nemo’ sequel. Ed O’Neill is the voice of the octopus Hank.
Bailey (voiced by Ty Burrell) is a beluga whale who is having trouble with his echo-location abilities.
Kaitlin Olson is the voice of Destiny, a whale shark whose bad eye-sight poses a problem for ocean-dwelling.
Ellen DeGeneres reprises her role as the voice of blue tang Dory.
Loons, this one named Becky, are the new gulls in ‘Finding Dory.’
Eugene Levy and Diane Keaton are the voices of Dory’s parents, Charlie (left) and Jenny. They are a loving fish couple who bicker.
Clownfish Marlin (voiced by Albert Brooks) and his son Nemo (with Hayden Rolence taking over the role from Alexander Gould) are back for ‘Finding Dory.’
Bob Peterson voices Mr. Ray, a spotted eagle ray.
The sea otters of ‘Finding Dory’ are born to be cute.
Dominic West (as Rudder, left) and Idris Elba (Fluke) are the voices of sea lions. The two British actors starred in HBO’s “The Wire.” Their sea lions will come by way of Guy Ritchie East London.
Director Andrew Stanton again voices the sea turtle Crush. “There will be cameos,” says Stanton. “All I can tell you is sit through all the credits.”
Crush’s son, Squirt.
Finding Dory swims into US theaters on June 17, 2016. Directed by Andrew Stanton and produced by Lindsey Collins, the film features the voices of
Ellen DeGeneres, Albert Brooks, Ed O’Neill, Kaitlin Olson, Ty Burrell, Eugene Levy and Diane Keaton.