It'll be about Dory trying to figure out who she is and restore her memory.So, the title does still fit in that finding her is the plot of the film, just not physically like in Finding Nemo.
- It appears the movie will confront the issue surrounding Dory's family, so it looks confirmed.
We'll actually MEET members of Dory's family.Well, why not?
Dory will end up in the Arctic.Considering the kelp forest, the presence of a beluga whale character, and the fact that Pixar execs changed the ending after viewing a documentary on orcas in captivity...
Dory's memory problems don't actually run in her family.We'll be shown where they actually come from.
- Supported by the trailer, which seems to imply that Dory might have actually suppressed some of her memories.
Some of the characters will end up in an open ocean sanctuary.Until the filmmakers saw Blackfish, the movie was going to end with some of the characters going to a Seaworld-type theme park, but the ending is being altered. Perhaps they're going to end up in more of an ocean animal sanctuary where they're fed and people come to see them, but they can come and go as they please.
Marlin and Dory will become an Official Couple.
A tribute to Leah, a Littlest Cancer Patient that Ellen met on her show, will be worked into the filmFor those who don't know, Ellen asked Leah how she keeps positive during her treatment, and she replied that a little fish told her to "just keep swimming". After Leah died that phrase was constantly brought up on Twitter, with someone even suggesting that an In Memoriam credit be put in the film because she knew how to "keep swimming". Either that or a minor character will be based on her.
Dory's family can speak whale. Like for real.And it was her parents who taught Destiny and Baily, two announced characters that are different whale species, to speak to fish like them. Dory thinking she could talk to the whale was residual thoughts about her parents ability and them possibly teaching Destiny when they first met.
The Tank Gang will be the comic relief this time around.
Nemo will hear about other cases of humans taking more exotic fish as pets.And he will not be happy in the slightest. It'll be a veiled, Take That at the people who began buying their kids exotic fish and doing more harm to their habitats after they saw the movie back in the day. There may even be a scene of Pixar employees telling the parents to not buy their kids regal blue tangs, clownfish, or any of the new fish presented in the film, because that would defeat the purpose of the message and even plot of the films and that they should know better.
Nemo will rap.But the other characters will dislike Nemo's rapping and tell him he isn't suited for it. Thus preventing Hayden Rolence from wanting to be a rapper as a teen despite being in a society that seems to encourage people who shouldn't rap to rap.