Film fans will be asked to track down their favorite little fish again in 2016, as Pixar has announced plans for a Finding Nemo sequel.
The follow-up to the 2003 blockbuster - which took in $867 million worldwide and will be released again in 3D this September - has been confirmed by director Andrew Stanton, who will once again go behind the camera for the animated flick.
Finding Nemo remains the second-highest grossing movie in Pixar history behind Toy Story 3 and is the fifth-highest grossing animated feature of all-time behind that one, The Lion King, Shrek 2 and Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs.
It's unclear at the moment whether actors such as Albert Brooks and Ellen DeGeneres will reprise their voice roles in the sequel, but the important thing here is that we all take Dory's advice to heart:
Just keep swimming, people.