We have all been waiting for the return of the fishes of Disney Pixar's 2003 animated film, "Finding Nemo," so we all celebrated with Ellen Degeneres when it was announced that they will be returning for a sequel, only this time, the cast will be focused on "Finding Dory," the adorable but extremely forgetful blue tang.

Disney Pixar officially released the trailer for the much-awaited animated film on March 2 and now everyone knows that Dory is missing because she finally remembered that she still has a family. She goes off in search for her parents and meets new and old friends which she will most likely forget at some point.

Of course, who else would go off in search for Dory but her father-and-son friends, Marlin and Nemo, voiced by Albert Brooks and Hayden Rolence. Also returning to reprise their roles are Bennett Dammann as Squirt and Bob Peterson as Mr. Ray.

And on March 30, Disney Pixar revealed who else Dory will be meeting in her new adventure through a new photo album titled "Meet the Characters of Finding Dory" in the official Facebook page of the film.

"We're introducing new characters [...] Everyone has something special to offer, which makes it fun and elevates the whole story," Director Andrew Stanton said in a statement. Stanton also voices the laidback turtle, Crush.

Marlin and Nemo will meet the lazy sea lion duo of Rudder and Fluke, who are being rehabilitated at a marine institute. They are voiced by Dominic West and Idris Elba.

Remember that clumsy whale shark who turns out to be Dory's old friend? Her name is Destiny and she is voiced by Kaitlin Olson.

Comedian Ty Burrell from the Primetime Emmy Award winning show, "Modern Family," is the marine institute's resident Beluga Whale, Bailey, who has a flair for drama.

Also from "Modern Family" is Ed O'Neill who will be voicing the funny octo-Septopus, Hank. Basically, Hank is an escape artist who lost a tentacle and he just wants to live peacefully in a facility in Cleveland.

Eugene Levy and Diane Keaton lend their voices to Charlie and Jenny, Dory's parents.

Torbin Bullock voices Becky, the newcomer Loon who takes a liking to Marlin.

There is no indication on who voiced the cute little Otters below but can you even resist those eyes?

"Finding Dory" swims into cinemas June 17.

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