Disney-Pixar’s Finding Dory will be out on Blu-Ray/DVD on November 15th. So, you can have fun with all your favorite fish friends right at home! SO fun!!!If you haven’t seen it yet, this one is a MUST own! While it doesn’t quite have the exact same charm as Finding Nemo, it’s still really good. Our boys loved it! So, we’re thrilled to have it on Blu-ray at home! If you don’t have it yet, you can order your Finding Dory movie copy here (affiliate link)! And, to have some extra fun with the movie, you can print some fun Finding Dory coloring pages or activity sheets.
These are perfect to print for a fun movie night at home or even a Finding Dory birthday party! They’re also perfect if you’re planning a trip to Disney. We love printing off coloring pages to give the kids something fun to do on our Disney road trips or on plane flights. So, here’s some fun Finding Dory FREE printable options:
You can also grab a copy of the printable ocean animals fact book here –> Finding Dory Ocean Animals Facts! This would make an AWESOME party favor! As a former biology teacher, I think this is SO well done! Such an awesome thing for kids – we even made our own DIY book with it!
And speaking of party, we have some fun party printables here – especially perfect if you’re considering a pool party –> Finding Dory party printables Even if you’re not doing a pool party though, there are still some cute signs and the fun printable “pin the tentacle” on Hank game.
And since Hank is one of the favorites from the movie, here are some fun activities for the Hank fans!
Aren’t those all fun? I LOVE that Disney shares all these awesome free printables! So fun!
So, be sure to snag your own Finding Dory movie copy here (affiliate link). There are TONS of fun bonus features on this one! SOOOOooooo many! Here’s what you’ll find on your Bluray & Digital copies:
Blu-ray & Digital HD:
- Theatrical Short: “Piper” – A hungry sandpiper hatchling ventures from her nest for the first time to dig for food by the shoreline. The only problem is that the food is buried beneath the sand where scary waves roll up onto the shore.
- Marine Life Interviews (All-New Mini Short) – Meet the inhabitants of the Marine Life Institute as they remember our favorite blue tang.
- The Octopus That Nearly Broke Pixar – Pixar’s “Team Hank” unravels the challenges, frustrations, and rewards of bringing to life the studio’s crankiest and most technically complicated character ever.
- What Were We Talking About? – This piece showcases the complex routes Dory’s story took as the filmmakers worked to construct a comprehensive narrative involving a main character with short-term memory loss.
- Casual Carpool – What’s it like to commute with the voices of Marlin, Charlie, Bailey and Hank? Join “Finding Dory” writer/director Andrew Stanton as he drives Albert Brooks, Eugene Levy, Ty Burrell and Ed O’Neill to work.
- Animation & Acting – How do you create a connection between a human audience and a fish? This behind-the-scenes look behind the curtain examines the process of constructing believable performances through a unique collaboration between the director, voice actors and animators.
- Creature Features – The cast of “Finding Dory” share cool facts about the creatures they voice in the film.
- Deep in the Kelp – Disney Channel’s Jenna Ortega guides us on a research trip to the Monterey Bay Aquarium to show how far the “Finding Dory” crew went to make Dory’s world feel real.
- Skating & Sketching with Jason Deamer – “Finding Dory” character art director Jason Deamer talks about how he got to Pixar, how he draws the characters in the film, and how falling off a skateboard teaches you lessons you can use in art and life.
- Dory’s Theme – A spirited discussion among the composer, music editor and director of “Finding Dory” about the musical elements that shape Dory’s quirky and joyful theme.
- Rough Day on the Reef – Sometimes computers make mistakes. Here you’ll see some of the funny, creepy and just plain bizarre footage the crew encountered while making “Finding Dory.”
- Commentary – Director Andrew Stanton, co-director Angus MacLane and producer Lindsey Collins deliver their personal perspective on “Finding Dory.”
- Deleted Scenes (introduced by director Andrew Stanton)
- Losing Nemo – While watching the stingray migration, Dory starts to follow two fish that remind her of her parents, leaving Nemo all alone.
- Little Tension in Clown Town – In this alternate version of the film, Dory tries to “follow her fins” to her parents, but ends up in a strange place with even stranger fish fashion.
- Dory Dumped – In this early version of the story, Dory’s parents had short-term memory loss as well.
- Sleep Swimming – Dory begins to talk and swim in her sleep, revealing what seem to be clues to her past.
- Meeting Hank – Wandering the Marine Life Institute’s elaborate pipe system, Dory happens upon the abode of Hank the cranky octopus.
- The Pig – Frantically navigating the pipes of the Marine Life Institute in search of her parents, Dory crosses paths with a terrifying cleaning device.
- Starting Over – Director Andrew Stanton presents four different versions of the movie’s opening scene to illustrate the filmmakers’ search for the best way to introduce Dory’s backstory and to connect this new film to “Finding Nemo.”
- Tank Gang (Digital exclusive) – After a close encounter with a squid leaves them separated from Dory, Marlin and Nemo unexpectedly meet up with the Tank Gang from “Finding Nemo,” who make it their mission to get to the Marine Life Institute … by any means necessary.
- Hidden Seacrets of Finding Dory (Digital exclusive) – Take a deep dive to catch secret Easter Eggs throughout the movie. And just like Hank, they’re hidden in plain sight.
We LOVE all of these SO much! I actually had a chance to talk with Andrew Staton and some of the other Finding Dory filmmakers during a special press trip, so I really love the commentary on the bonus features. Plus, we LOVE the animated short Piper! It’s SO cute!!
So, bring Finding Dory home and have a family movie night! ENJOY! Which Finding Dory activities would your kids like best?