The animated movie “Finding Nemo” will soon be getting the treatment that many of the cartoons it inspired are getting.
The film will be released in theaters on March 3, 2019, and Disney has begun shooting scenes in Florida.
There are also plans to film in California and New York.
“Finding a Millionaire” and “Crying, I’m Crying” are among the cartoon characters slated to appear in the film.
The characters have been around since the 1980s, and were originally intended to be a kind of sequel to the “The Powerpuff Girls” cartoon.
“Crazy Credits” and other “Finding the Millionaire”-style cartoons that have been making their way around the web are also in the works.
The latest Disney-produced animated movie, “The Muppets 2,” was released in 2018.
In this sequel to “Finding Finding Finding,” the Muppet family reunites to search for the elusive “Muppet Treasure.”
The film will mark the latest addition to the Disney Family to film on location, following a short film “Sesame Street,” which was shot in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
The family’s latest film, “Moana,” was filmed in the Big Island of Hawaii.
Disney is currently shooting “Finding Disney,” a movie that will feature characters from “Finding Moana” as well as a new Pixar feature, “Brave,” which is set to hit theaters in 2018 and will also feature characters and themes from Disney.