Finding Nemo 3D – Fish Loving Families Hit Premiere! (Photos)

Celebrities hit the blue carpet in honor of a Pixar Classic which has been given a brand new (and glorious) life, Finding Nemo 3D. The film opens in theaters everywhere on Friday and the sea-based saga something worth taking a dive into, even when you’ve seen it countless times on DVD and in the comfort of your own home. As Albert Brooks said in a interview on the blue carpet about all these films being redone in 3D, “I did think this one made sense in 3D. It’s so visually stunning.” And he is right, I had the chance to see Finding Nemo in glorious 3D and it was not just visually stunning but gorgeous, grand and just plain great.

All these celebrities families and parents pictured in our slideshow below, well they were in for a treat! Check out who hit the premiere right here:

 

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  • John Lasseter 1 of 8
    John Lasseter
    Finding Nemo's director and co-creator,the one and only John Lasseter was, of course, in attendance!
  • Willem Dafoe 2 of 8
    Willem Dafoe
    Willem Dafoe, who voiced Gill in the film and he and his wife hit the blue carpet to support his fishy role.
  • Albert Brooks 3 of 8
    Albert Brooks
    Albert Brooks, who voiced Marlin in the film, brought his whole family.
  • Gilles Marini 4 of 8
    Gilles Marini
    Giles Marini took some time off of his Dancing with the Stars practices to hit the premiere with his girls.
  • Maria Canals-Barrera 5 of 8
    Maria Canals-Barrera
    Actress Maria Canals-Barrera looked lovely with her family at the premiere.
  • Jennifer Lewis 6 of 8
    Jennifer Lewis
    Jennifer Lewis is known by Pixar fans for being the voice of Flo in Cars .
  • Joey Fatone 7 of 8
    Joey Fatone
    'N Sync star Joey Fatone brought his daughters Kloey and Briahna to the event.
  • Eva La Rue 8 of 8
    Eva La Rue
    Eva La Rue looked stunning on the blue carpet in her patterned maxi dress.
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