Fans finally get to return to one of the most loved Pixar franchises ever when Finding Dory releases later this year, and along for the ride is an excellent voice cast led by Ellen Degeneres (Dory).
In addition to Ellen, Albert Brooks reprises his role as Marlin, with Hayden Rolence voicing Nemo. Also, back for this round is Bob Peterson, who is the voice of Mr. Ray, the teacher at Nemo's school who is assisted by the lovable Dory. Andrew Stanton and Bennett Dammann voice fan favorite Crush and Squirt, as no film in the Finding Nemo universe would be complete without them.
New additions to the cast include Ed O'Neill as Hank, an octopus who happens to also be a talented escape artist. Kaitlin Olson voices Destiny, a whale shark that is a bit clumsy who befriends Dory on her travels. Ty Burrell gives life to Bailey, a beluga whale that is having issues with his sonar, and may be a bit of a hypochondriac. Diane Keaton and Eugene Levy play Dory's parents while Idris Elba and Dominic West take on the voices of Fluke and Rudder, a pair of lazy sea lions who Marlin and Nemo run into along the way.
Rounding out the cast is Torbin Bullock who plays Becky, a quirky fish that has taken a liking to Marlin. SNL alums Bill Hader and Kate McKinnon play a fish couple that Dory meets along the way in a cameo appearance as well.
Finding Dory is set to hit theaters on June 17th.