DeGeneres happy about finally ‘Finding Dory’ after 13 years
June 9 (Reuters) – – A beaming Ellen DeGeneres arrived for the Hollywood premiere of Disney Pixar’s “Finding Dory” on Wednesday, a film speculated over for 13 years and which she thought would never be made. The U.S. talk show host and comedian reprises her role as Dory, an absent-minded and chatty blue tang fish in the sequel to the Oscar-winning animated 2003 film “Finding Nemo”.
“I’m just excited that it is finally here because I never thought it would happen. Honestly, it was a joke that I was talking about it so much that I kind of gave up,” DeGeneres said of the film which opens in theaters on June 17. (Reporting by Reuters TV. Editing by Patrick Johnston)
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