Anya Willard is thrilled with the trailer she has been getting for the upcoming Disney/Pixar animated film Finding Dory.
The trailer, which will air in theaters on June 5, was shot over the course of three days in a warehouse on the outskirts of Los Angeles.
“I’m very excited,” Willard said during a Q&A on Friday at the Hollywood premiere of Finding Dorm, the third in a trilogy by the Walt Disney Animation Studios.
“Finding Dory is a story of hope, and of discovery.
I can’t wait to see what they bring to it.”
The first trailer, released last year, premiered at the San Diego Comic-Con in January.
Disney Animation President Mike Schatz and Pixar head Chris Buck have been working on the film since early 2014.
It was released in 2018 with a story set in the Pacific Northwest, a new story set on an island, and an all-new story set to star Dory (voiced by the talented Auli’i Cravalho) and her friends.
The first Dory trailer was released at the end of February.
Willard has been involved in a series of social media posts about the film, which was the inspiration for the original Finding Dories trailer, “The Ocean.”
She said she is looking forward to seeing the first glimpse of the film and what it can do.
“It’s a great chance to show people that we’re going to bring something special,” she said.
“We have a very exciting time ahead of us, and I’m really looking forward, and to see a first look of it.
It’s such an opportunity.”
Finding Dromes trailer will be released on June 6, 2018.