Ellen DeGeneres is going fishing again with a sequel to the animated blockbuster 'Finding Nemo'.
Disney and its Pixar Animation unit announced that Ellen will reprise her Nemo voice role for 'Finding Dory'. The sequel is due out on November 25, 2015, and will be directed by Andrew Stanton, who also made 'Finding Nemo'.
"I have waited for this day for a long, long, long, long, long, long time," Ellen said. "I'm not mad it took this long. I know the people at Pixar were busy creating 'Toy Story 16'. But the time they took was worth it. The script is fantastic. And it has everything I loved about the first one: It's got a lot of heart, it's really funny, and the best part is - it's got a lot more Dory."
The new film picks up about a year after the action of 'Finding Nemo', with Ellen's forgetful fish Dory on her own adventure to reunite with loved ones.
According to Disney, the film will feature new characters along with familiar ones, including Nemo and his dad, Marlin, who was voiced by Albert Brooks. There is no word yet from Disney on whether Brooks will reprise his voice role.
What would you like to see happen in Finding Dory? Here are some suggestions from HuffPost's resident Nemo fan...
:: Dory gets her memory back.
:: Marlin finds a new wife (maybe Dory? Maybe he gets with one of the sharks).
:: Dentist fish manage to escape and move into Great Barrier Reef.
:: Nemo gets buff in the gym and his little fin becomes really powerful.
:: We see more of the Nemo's classmates, particularly the little girl octopus, and his sting ray teacher, Mr. Ray.
:: The 3 sharks, renounce eating meat for good, and become guardians of the Great Barrier Reef.
:: Crush (big sea turtle) reaches 200 years old.
:: Evil Darla sees the light, stops being such a brat and becomes a marine veterinarian.
'Finding Nemo' was released in 2003 and took in 921 million dollars (£610 million) worldwide. The movie was the first Pixar production to win the Academy Award for best animated feature after the category was added in 2001. Pixar films have gone on to dominate, winning the Oscar seven years out of 12.