Prepare to get excited, like, really excited. The only thing better than a new Pixar movie is a sequel of a Pixar blockbuster you loved from your own youth.
(OK, so who am I kidding - but I was a lot younger in 2003 when Finding Nemo came out and was the first Pixar movie to bag an Oscar for Best Animated Feature.)
Now Nemo has spawned Finding Dory in 2016.
The trailer is here, and Ellen DeGeneres is back as the voice of kooky Dory, the "friendly-but-forgetful blue tang" who helped her clownfish buddy Nemo track down his dad in the first instalment.
The storyline sounds uncannily familiar (a fishy protagonist looking for lost relatives - this time trading the waters of Australia for California - and "learning the the true meaning of family along the way").
Still, it promises to be a fun wave to ride and a surefire winner for Pixar, who can do no wrong by appealing to both kids and their nostalgic parents. Nemo grossed $936.7 million. And I have no doubt Dory will prove equally popular.
June 17 is a long time to wait. But in case you forget, you can watch the trailer over and over again.