Meet a bunch of new characters from Finding Dory

Ellen DeGeneres' forgetful fish is joined by a new all-star cast for the new film

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Dory is back and with a bunch of new friends. Friends who she probably doesn’t even remember, given her short-term memory loss and all. But besides old favourites Marlin and Nemo, us cinema-goers are set to meet a gaggle of new faces when Finding Dory swims into cinemas on July 29th. 

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There’s Hank, voiced by Ed O’Neill. He’s a septopus – that’s an octopus missing a tentacle – and an accomplished escape artist with a sense of humour failure. 

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Destiny (voiced by Kaitlin Olson) is a whale shark, but a clumsy swimmer. She was happily residing in the Marin Life Institute when one day Dory fell into her pool. 

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Ty Burrell voices Bailey, the Marine Life Institute’s resident beluga whale. He’s convinced his biological sonar skills are on the blink but no one can find anything wrong with him.

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These guys look familiar. Meet Jenny and Charlie (Diane Keaton and Eugene Levy) – Dory’s parents – who would literally do anything for their only child.

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Idris Elba and Dominic West reunite to voice Fluke and Rudder, a pair of lazy sea lions who like nothing more than a good snooze. 

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Mr Ray (Bob Peterson) is Nemo’s teacher, helped out by his cheerful, albeit unnecessary, teaching assistant Dory. 

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Crush and Squirt (Andrew Stanton and Bennett Dammann) are basically the coolest turtles in the ocean, always on hand to lend a flipper to a fish in need. 

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And then there are otters. Ridiculously cute otters. 

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Seriously, we can’t stop staring at the otters.

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