With beautiful animation, peeks at new characters and heartwarming moments that are sure to bring tears to your eyes - the latest Finding Dory trailer definitely does not disappoint. Set with a familiar underwater tone that only composer Thomas Newman could provide (as well as, Peter Gabriel's Solsbury Hill), the trailer highlights a different version of Dory's journey capturing various moments of her youth. In one scene in particular, we are introduced to a fish couple (voiced by SNL favorites Bill Hader and Kate McKinnon) as they search for a tiny voice in need of help - thus Dory's search for her parents begins.
The trailer then shifts its focus on new characters both in and around the Marine Life Institute - with glimpses at crabs living out of discarded cans, Gerald the seal lion and an ominous ocean predator that will give you flashbacks of the shark trio from Finding Nemo. The message of support and friendship between Dory and other various characters is showcased within numerous scenes including a heartwarming embrace with Hank the "septopus" (voiced by Ed O'Neill) after he appeared to "ink" in the touch-pool.
Watch the trailer below (via The Ellen Show YouTube channel) and share your thoughts with other Pixar fans in the Pixar Post Forum or by leaving a comment below. Additionally, don't forget to join our live discussion May 25 at 10:00 PM EST after the Finding Nemo airing and Finding Dory "special look" on May 25 at 8:00 PM EST- details below.