Finding Dory has found our hearts.
Ever since what we've deemed to be Pixar's best sequel swam into our lives, we can't get over how gosh darn adoryble Baby Dory is in the movie, and this new clip perfectly illustrates why. Watch Dory play hide-and-seek with her doting parents, played by Eugene Levy and Diane Keaton, in the super-sweet preview of the animated flick.
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The follow-up film to 2003's Finding Nemo took in a gargantuan $136.2 million over the weekend, giving it the new record for an animated film's first weekend debut (Shrek the Third is now the second), and currently has a 95% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
ET got an exclusive look into the recording booth with Ellen DeGeneres -- she plays the titular character in the movie -- who was thankful that she could still do Dory's voice so many years after the original.
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"I was worried my voice would start changing, and I couldn't be Dory anymore," she shared. "So, I'm hoping my voice doesn't change too much more if we do another sequel to this!"
Watch the video below to go deeper into the ocean with Dory.