Last week, Disney Pixar revealed the first trailer for their highly-anticipated sequel Finding Dory, arriving in theaters June 17, 2016. Today, Ellen DeGeneres' EllenTube has released a new motion poster, featuring the actress' title character in the midst of the ocean. This motion poster also comes just a few days after the theatrical poster was released, which featured the tagline "She just kept swimming."

Finding Dory reunites the friendly-but-forgetful blue tang fish with her loved ones, and everyone learns a few things about the true meaning of family along the way. The all-new big-screen adventure dives into theaters in 2016, taking moviegoers back to the extraordinary underwater world from the original film. The story takes place six months after the events of Finding Nemo, with Dory living what appears to be a nice, quiet life swimming amongst the other clown fish. But after setting off with Nemo on a class trip to see manta rays migrate back home, she becomes a bit homesick herself. This leads the forgetful blue tang on a quest to discover where she truly comes from.

The animated movie sequel was originally set at an aquarium theme park, but the studio changed its mind after watching the documentary Blackfish, which showcased the dangers of keeping whales in captivity. The story now takes place at the California Marine Biology Institute, where Dory was born and raised. New characters such as an octopus, sea lions and a beluga whale will be featured in Finding Dory.

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Finding Dory's voice cast is made up of new names and familiar faces. Diane Keaton and Eugene Levy are set to voice Dory's birth parents. Other cast members include Ty Burrell, Willem Dafoe, Vicki Lewis, Idris Elba and Dominic West. Albert Brooks reprises his role as Marlin, a clown fish who is overly cautious with his son, Nemo, who has a foreshortened fin. Ed O'Neill also joins the voice cast as a crusty old octopus named Hank.

Finding Dory is directed by Andrew Stanton, who directed the original Pixar masterpiece, and produced by Lindsey Collins. Finding Nemo won the 2003 Academy Award for best animated feature. The film was nominated for three additional Oscars (original screenplay, original score, sound editing). It was also nominated  for a Golden Globe Award for best motion picture-comedy or musical. Do you think Finding Dory will be able to replicate the success of its predecessor, 13 years later? Let us know what you think after checking out the new motion poster below.