New 'Finding Dory' Trailer Sends Bold Anti-Captivity Message
Everybody's favorite forgetful cartoon fish is back, and this time she's trapped - at a marine park?
While it's unclear if the film is set at a marine park or a rehabilitation center, the rigors of life on display appear to be a central theme.
In the clip, some animals are seen languishing inside SeaWorld-style tanks. Others are apparently trapped in a viewing pool, fleeing in terror as hands reach inside to prod and grab them.
Pixar employees have been tight-lipped the film - set for release this summer - but they did allude to it being influenced by the backlash against SeaWorld from the documentary "Blackfish."
"I think that fish should be in the ocean, which is what this whole sequel is about: rehabilitation and putting them back in the ocean ... And we have to protect our oceans."
Watch the trailer for "Finding Dory" below: