Ellen Signs On For Finding Nemo 2
has agreed to reprise her popular role in a sequel to the 2003 smash, Finding Nemo.
According to the LA Times, DeGeneres has agreed play everyone’s favorite blue tang fish with short-term memory loss again. Rumors regarding the sequel to the Pixar/Disney film have been swimming around for years but were finally confirmed in June last year. DeGeneres has expressed a great love for the film, and has said numerous times on her daytime talk show how she would love to play Dory again.Albert Brooks will also return as the overprotective daddy clownfish, Marlin. The original movie has one of the highest ratings of any film at Rotten Tomatoes, where it is listed as "99% fresh." Finding Nemo has grossed over $900M worldwide and is the third-highest earning animated film of all time, behind Toy Story 3 and The Lion King.