We all remember Finding Nemo, that adorable show about the Clownfish family who suffered a tragedy. It was an aquatic coming of age tale that was as perfect in its execution as The Little Mermaid was ages before. The characters were compelling, the lines were repeatable, and the gags perfect without being overblown. So why did it take 13 years for a sequel to be made when even the cast members, most notably Ellen DeGeneres, were champing at the bit to get back behind the mic and into the water?
The answer, as it so happens, lay with Andrew Stanton, the man who envisioned and created Finding Nemo. Come with us as we find the answer to why Finding Dory was 13 years in the making.