Since a ‘Frozen’ and ‘Finding Dory’ crossover doesn’t appear to be in pipeline, Kristen Bell and Ellen DeGeneres have taken matters into their own hands and recorded a live-action hybrid of the animated films that’s simply perfect. During Kristen Bell’s appearance on ‘The Ellen Show’ the effervescent host decided that it was the perfect opportunity for ‘Frozen’s’ Anna, who Bell voiced, to meet ‘Finding Dory’s’ titular fish, voiced by DeGeneres. After DeGeneres remarked as Dory, “Hi, I’m Dory.
You might have thought that Simone Biles would have been the one to freak out when she crossed paths with Channing Tatum on ‘The Ellen Show’ earlier this week. Upon seeing Tatum Biles immediately ran over to hug the actor, which was a rather odd, but still touching, sight to behold as Tatum’s six-foot-one frame towers over the diminutive four-foot-nine Biles.
Finding Dory is primed to make boatloads of cash when it opens in theaters next week; early reports indicate it could even be Pixar’s biggest opening of all time. As we reported after a sneak peek of the first act in April, the first 27 minutes alone are enough to drown you in laughter and tears. Now, we’ve got an exclusive clip from the opening moments of the sequel to the 2003 favorite Finding Nemo. In the scene, something (we won’t spoil what) has just triggered memories of the long-gone family of the orphaned, forgetful blue tang fish Dory (voiced by Ellen DeGeneres).
Set to Robbie Williams’s swinging and terribly fitting cover of “Somewhere Beyond the Sea,” the new International teaser for Disney-Pixar’s Finding Dory has the lovable, airheaded fish figuring out the title to her own highly anticipated movie (see above). This time around, the forgetful blue tang fish (reprised by Ellen Degeneres) to collect her scattered thoughts in order to find her long lost family. One clue: Newcomer child actor Hayden Rolence is voicing Nemo this time around — as Alexander Gould, who voiced Nemo in the first installment, is now a young adult.
Bradley Cooper is now opening up about that incredibly fake baby he shared screen time with in Clint Eastwood’s 2014 Oscar-nominated hit drama American Sniper. The actor, who starred as the late Navy SEAL Chris Kyle in the film, rolled with laughter after Ellen DeGeneres brought up the topic during Monday’s Ellen show.
This past weekend’s D23 fan expo in Anaheim celebrated all things Disney — an ever-expanding universe that also now includes Pixar, Marvel, and Lucasfilm.