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Why look! It's a lovely-looking Finding Dory lamp… I'll just switch it on – ahhhhhh! Truly the stuff of nightmares. 

At least that's what one unsuspecting individual discovered recently.

Yes, Imgur poster benjaminknight said the innocent-looking accessory very almost gave him "a heart attack" when he turned it on.

Sharing before and after snaps on the social media platform, his full caption reads: "Bought this cute Finding Dory lamp to give to my friend's daughter… almost gave me a heart attack when I brought it home and turned it on."

And suffice to say the 'after' snap is oh-so terrifying – a faintly glowing ghoul-like skull structure that surely would do anything but send a little child off to sleep.




The hotly anticipated sequel to 2003's Finding Nemo is set to be a big deal and we're not going to lie, as fully-fledged adults we are still really excited about it. 

Ellen DeGeneres is once again lending her voice to the beloved blue fish Dory who in this film, as the title suggests, is looking for her family with the help of our favourite clown fish, Merlin and Nemo, in tow.

And the trailer suggests that we will be seeing quite a few familiar characters including a certain iconic turtle (did you know turtles can live to 150 years old?) as well as some fresh fishy faces. 

The film is due to wade into cinemas in June of this year.

Watch the charming trailer below: 



Released back in 2003, Finding Nemo has since had a very special place in our hearts.

We've had to wait more than 12 years for details of the sequel, but now, FINALLY, Finding Dory is officially en route. 

Yes, mark June 17, 2016 in your diaries: that will be the day that you'll be going to the cinema to see Ellen Degeneres reprieve her fishy role.

Better still, a trailer has also today been released – giving us all a precious, sneak 90second peak into the action that will hit screens next summer.

Meanwhile, the poster for the animated movie – which picks up six months after the action ends in the first film – was furthermore unveiled yesterday, and features Dory's classic catchphrase: "Just keep swimming."

When released, Finding Nemo proved a MASSIVE success for Disney and Pixar – racking in €875m worldwide.






In 2003, Finding Nemo introduced us to the much loved character of Dory.

The beloved blue fish with short-term memory loss was voiced by comedian and talk show host Ellen DeGeneres and since then she has been on a somewhat interesting campaign to convince Pixar to release a sequel.

This week at the D23 Expo in California, John Lasseter, Disney’s Creative Chief Officer made this point very clear when he showed crowds a super-cut of all of Ellen’s tireless pleas. He joked that he had eventually given in to the star’s requests and said “We are in production on Finding Dory.”

Speaking to People magazine about the news, Ellen said the film means an awful lot to her personally.

“She’s flawed,” she said of the animated fish, “I think that’s important for kids to grow up and see flawed characters that are loveable.”

She said that she thinks audiences, young and old should see how even though Dory makes “mistake after mistake”, she still has a very supportive group around her that “travel with and forgive her”.

In Finding Dory the plot is set to focus on Dory’s adventure as she tried to find her own family.

Ellen says that the film will reveal how this loss of family has taken a “toll” on Dory despite how she’s tried to act like “everything’s fine.”

The characters of Dory’s parents are to be voiced by Diane Keaton and Eugene Levy. While Modern Family start Ed O’Neil will take on the new character of an octopus and fellow Modern Family alum Ty Burrell will portray Bailey, a beluga whale.

We really cannot wait for this release!

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