Finding Nemo Sequel Confirmed
It’s no surprise that, despite Pixar’s general reluctance to release sequels, this movie is being made: after all, Finding Nemo was Pixar’s second highest-grossing film ever.
The first instalment of Finding Nemo was released in 2003 and followed the story of a clownfish named Marlin as he travelled across the ocean to reunite with his lost son, Nemo. It featured the voice acting talents of Albert Brooks, Ellen Degeneres, and Willem Dafoe – no word on whether any of them have signed on for the sequel yet.
Director of the first flick (along with Wall-E and John Carter) Andrew Stanton has confirmed that he will be a part of the project, and writer Victoria Strouse will provide the script. It looks as though the film has a tentative release target of 2016.
Can’t wait four years for your Nemo fix? The original will be re-released in 3D in September of this year.