THIS year’s summer movies are looking promising thanks to two recent trailers – Ghostbusters and Finding Dory.
It has been 13 years since we last saw Dory ( not counting the many times we’ve seen Finding Nemo on TV since, of course) and the cute little blue tang fish that can’t remember anything for more than a second is back to give audiences a good laugh.
Finding Dory has Dory – here’s a big shocker! – remembering something about her past, specifically her parents. She sets out in search of them, but naturally runs into trouble. Director Andrew Stanton once again helms the Pixar film, which also sees the return of Ellen DeGeneres providing the voice of Dory and Albert Brooks as Marlin the clownfish.
The trailer showcases a host of other sea creatures and everything looks so beautiful and fun. Finding Dory opens in cinemas nationwide on June 16.
According to the trailer of Ghostbusters, it was 30 years ago that four friends saved New York from supernatural forces ( which also took over the body of Sigourney Weaver).
The 1984 Ghostbusters had Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis and Ernie Hudson playing the iconic characters. We have waited and waited for them to get