The murky waters of Finding Dory got a little bit more clear this weekend when Disney revealed the cast and a still of the upcoming sequel Finding Nemo sequel this past weekend.

Finding Dory, the highly anticipated spinoff to Pixar’s 2003 flick, brings three more sea dwellers to join original star Ellen DeGeneres who voices the film’s titular character Dory. Upcoming cast members include Modern Family stars Ed O’Neill (who will play Hank a seven-legged octopus), Ty Burell (who will voice a beluga whale named Bailey) and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia actress Kaitlin Olson who will voice Destiny, a whale shark who thinks she’s a whale.

Finding Dory follows the quest of Dory, a forgetful blue tang, who embarks on an adventure to Monterey, California in order to find her parents.

Below is the first still from the film set to be released June 17, 2016.

In other Disney news, the company just released this morning details of their newest princess Moana who will be featured in a film of the same name starring Dwayne Johnson.

Moana follows the quest of Moana, a Polynesian princess who sets off on a voyage to find a fabled island accompanied by her hero and demi god Maui.

Though no word yet on who will voice the princess, Fifth Harmony’s Dinah Jane Hansen is rumored for the role, and given the girl group member’s pipes, she’s bound to blow us all out of the water (literally).

Below is a first look at the upcoming Disney film which will set sail November 23, 2016.

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