Finding Nemo

Finding Dory

Harry Crawford | Posted 30.08.2016 | UK Entertainment
Harry Crawford

There was so much potential here. The central narrative - finding Dory's parents - was unavoidable. Any scriptwriter, nay, your neighbour or cat would have known this was the right step to take. The filler, however, disinterests me. Marlin and Nemo's subplots are bafflingly simple with no sense of wit or fun.

Finding Dory - A Review

Carina Maggar | Posted 03.08.2016 | UK Entertainment
Carina Maggar

Anything centred around cute baby fish and lost parents is going to melt even the coldest of hearts on this exceptionally rainy August. Finding Dory truly is a recipe for waterworks, with the opening scene being pure Pixar magic.

'Finding Dory' Makes a Splash in the UK

Richard Brownlie-Marshall | Posted 11.07.2016 | UK Entertainment
Richard Brownlie-Marshall

Finding Dory made a splash at its UK Premiere, as the rain began to pour with the arrival of the films main star, Ellen DeGeneres. Thankfully it didn'...

Is This Disney’s First Ever Lesbian Couple?

The Huffington Post | Matt Bagwell | Posted 31.05.2016 | UK Entertainment

The latest trailer for ‘Finding Dory’ debuted over the weekend and immediately sparked speculation that Disney could be about to introduce their f...

Summer in the Cinema

Tom Linay | Posted 12.04.2016 | UK Entertainment
Tom Linay

August is deep into summer school holidays and although another superhero film has filled the slot occupied by Fantastic Four last year, the casting and trailers for DC Comics' Suicide Squad makes it clear that another Fantastic Four-style disappointment is not on the cards, and it could easily eclipse Batman V Superman to become the DC film 2016 is remembered for.

2016: Another Giant Year For Cinema

Tom Linay | Posted 11.01.2016 | UK Entertainment
Tom Linay

How does cinema follow a year like 2015? Three of the top 10 grossing films of all time in the UK were released within a seven month period and two of them became only the third and fourth films in history to cross the £90m mark. Add to that two of the biggest animated titles of all time, and it's clear that 2016 has a tough act to follow.

Get Ready, Folks - The 'Finding Dory' Sequel Is Here

The Huffington Post UK | Daniel Welsh | Posted 10.11.2015 | UK Entertainment

The first teaser trailer for Disney’s much-awaited sequel to ‘Finding Nemo’, ‘Finding Dory’, is finally here. Over a decade after ‘Find...

'Finding Dory' Plot Details Revealed!

The Huffington Post UK | Rachel McGrath | Posted 09.12.2014 | UK Entertainment

Pixar bosses have revealed plot details for the long-awaited ‘Finding Nemo’ sequel, ‘Finding Dory’. The movie isn’t due for release unti...

Pixar in Concert- A New Experience of Music Bringing Animation To Life!

Jasmine Dotiwala | Posted 25.04.2014 | UK Entertainment
Jasmine Dotiwala

The UK premiere of Pixar in Concert at the Royal Albert Hall brought an audience from all walks of life and those timeless scores to magical life, with a show combining stunning footage from all 13 Pixar films (which have all been written by just four composers!).

PICTURES: Happy 90th Birthday Disney

The Huffington Post | Elliot Wagland | Posted 16.12.2013 | UK

The Walt Disney Company is celebrating its 90th birthday. On 16th October 1923, Walt Disney signed a contract with MJ Winkler to produce a series o...

VIDEO: Nemo Gets A Sequel With 'Finding Dory'

PA | Posted 03.04.2013 | UK Entertainment

Ellen DeGeneres is going fishing again with a sequel to the animated blockbuster 'Finding Nemo'. Disney and its Pixar Animation unit announced that...

Studio Ghibli and Pixar: Two Big, Beautiful Giants

Daley James Francis | Posted 22.01.2013 | UK Entertainment
Daley James Francis

The more Hollywood relies on remakes and pours money into superhero franchises that are safer bets at the box office, the more people will turn up to watch these beautifully drawn animated worlds brought to life. As long as Studio Ghibli and Pixar are open for business, it will be worth our effort and money every time.

Is Nemo Swimming Back Onto Our Screens?

The Huffington Post UK | Sarah Dean | Posted 18.07.2012 | UK Entertainment

Andrew Stanton, who recently directed Disney's flop John Carter, is set to direct a sequel to Finding Nemo, according to reports. John Carter, star...