Finding Dory actor Dominic West on being reunited with The Wire co-star Idris Elba as sea-lions

'The first time I met Idris he said 'Go away, I'm trying to do American all the time''

Jacob Stolworthy
Wednesday 03 August 2016 09:31
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‘Finding Dory’ had as many as six different trailers targeting different markets around the world
‘Finding Dory’ had as many as six different trailers targeting different markets around the world

Pixar has added another sequel to its filmography, this time returning to the world of 2003's Finding Nemo for a follow-up that's already broken records in the states.

Three years in the work, Finding Dory sees Ellen DeGeneres return as the forgetful blue tang fish who begins a search for her long-lost parents.

Joining her this time around are a whole ensemble of sea creatures including an octopus named Hank (Modern Family actor Ed O'Neill), a shark named Destiny (Kaitlin Olson) and

The film also sees former The Wire co-stars Dominic West and Idris Elba - who played adversaries Jimmy McNulty and Stringer Bell - reunited on screen as cockney sea lions Rudder and Fluke who sit on a rock all day with the sole purpose of keeping another named Gerald from joining them.

We sat down with Dominic West to talk about starring in the sequel to one of Pixar's biggest successes and being reunited with

Dominic West spills all about Finding Dory

Finding Dory is out in cinemas today - and you can read our review here.

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