Yes, girl, yesss!!!!!!
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International waters have never looked more fun!
We've already gotten a few trailers for Finding Dory. But aside from the fact that the titular fish gets lost, we still know very little about the underwater tale — until now!
Thankfully, Pixar dropped the Japanese trailer for the upcoming sequel, and it gives us a MUCH bigger glimpse into the adventure that's to come!
The clip features footage that has yet to be shown in any other trailers — including a Sea World-esque marine park from which Dory will most likely attempt to escape!
Though the trailer is obviously dubbed in Japanese, fans don't need to understand the dialogue or narration to appreciate all the never before seen footage.
But it is fun hearing the Japanese Ellen DeGeneres! LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out the trailer (below) and catch Finding Dory in theaters June 17!
On Wednesday, the Jackass star shared that he had been sentenced to 30 days in prison for the stunt he pulled, which was all in the name of protesting SeaWorld's alleged animal abuse.
The 41-year-old took to Instagram after getting slapped with jail time. But instead of ranting and raving about being incarcerated, he actually admitted he was pretty cool with it, writing:
"Considering I've become a clean and sober, dog-rescuing vegan, I must say I'm ready to go to jail– not just because it will bring so much attention to the plight of orcas in captivity, but because it's nice to let people know I haven't lost my edge. What can I say, I'm a jackass."
We can't really say we're surprised he's going to be behind bars. He was charged with five different misdemeanors because police mistook his grand gesture for a suicidal man prepared to jump.
But, Steve-O actually seems happy that he's been sentenced, since he feels it gives his demonstration more meaning:
All signs point to yes.
Back in July, Harry Styles was on tour with One Direction, and during their San Diego show, he let out a quick quip against SeaWorld – alluding to the animal abuse allegations that were raised in the documentary Blackfish.
At one point in the middle of the concert, Harry addressed the audience: