"You've got a friend in me."
Detail is everything.
It was only a year ago, so this should be a piece of cake.
Sorry, but not everyone loves The Incredibles.
"You won’t believe it, but that wall has almost no effect in keeping them out."
Hi, I'm Dory.
Scientists are baffled!
2016 sucked but at least we still had movies.
They actually made all the food in Ratatouille.
My heart, it hurts.
It's a Pixar-off!
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"Do you know how it feels to be looking for someone?" —Dory
Are you a Baby Dory or a Carl?
"Anything you go into in life is going to have obstacles and risks. It's boring just to play it safe."
"Warte... worüber sprechen wir?"
"Wait... what were we talking about?"
We want to ask the Finding Dory star ~your~ questions.
He just kept swimming (and driving).
Can't even deal with all these Nemo-tions right now.
They're all just swimmin' together.
Just keep trying.
Do you speak whale or nah?
Because why the hell not?
Just keep blending, just keep blending.
Hello, lil' bird!
UPDATE: She was just joking about the trans stingray.
There's also a really excellent octopus.
"What do we do? We swim, swim!"
"IMAGINE MY SHOCK WHEN THE LESBIANS WERE HUMANS!"
These questions may be hard, but "Just keep swimming."
Why does Pixar always want to make us cry?
"We will never forget you, Dory." "What if I forget you?"
More like Found Dory, amirite?
"An unforgettable adventure... she probably won't remember."
The preview of Pixar and Disney's upcoming feature animation slates at the D23 Expo makes clear which studio is prioritizing its past, and which is looking to the future.
The only sequel on the studio's current slate is Finding Dory.
Hitting theaters Nov. 25, 2015.