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‘Finding Dory’ Gets a Co-Director

Pixar’s reveal of Finding Dory came with the reassuring news that Nemo director Andrew Stanton is on board with the sequel as director. Apparently, though, he won’t be alone in his directing duties. Sharing the work of longtime Pixarian Angus MacLane, Stanton tweeted the following:

From my co-director’s clever Lego "couch" series:

"AngusMacLane: Tony Stark having a drink on a couch, in LEGO."

Since joining the studio in 1997, MacLane has gradually risen through the ranks at Pixar. After making his directorial debut with BURN·E, he went on to direct the Toy Story short Small Fry and last year’s Toy Story of Terror. Going by Stanton’s tweet, Finding Dory will be his first feature-length film as co-director. MacLane seems to be a smart choice for the role, given his experience at the studio.

MacLane has also made a name for himself outside of Pixar through his unique LEGO creations. You can see hundreds of his projects – including the one shared by Stanton – on his Flickr page.

Finding Dory is scheduled for release on June 17, 2016.

(Thanks to reader Alec for the tip)

One Response to ‘Finding Dory’ Gets a Co-Director

  1. Anonymous says:

    How long before he’s shoved off the project and he quits? 3, 2, 1

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