Finding Nemo is an animated adventure movie by Walt Disney pictures that was released in 2003. Directed by Andrew Stanton, the movie features Albert Brooks as Nemo’s father, Ellen DeGeneres as Dory and Alexander Gould as Nemo. The movie ranks amongst the top 3 animated movies of all time, earning around $1 billion worldwide. The movie quickly became a box office success, with widespread critical acclaim. Almost 9 years later, a 3D version of the movie was released. You can easily tell the amount of detail put into the animation. For this film, the animators had taken a crash course in oceanography. Not only did they went diving in Hawaii but also visited a lot of aquariums to study the fish and their movements. The amount of hard work clearly shows in this epic comedy adventure movie. Furthermore, Andrew Stanton describes the inspiration for the Nemo character coming from a number of his own experiences, including a frequent trip to the dentist where he used to see a fish tank. The movie has been nominated and won a number of awards including a Golden Globe award and even two MTV Movie Awards. The widespread popularity inspired the construction of the Finding Nemo themed park in the Disneyland Resort. It was almost 10 years later that a sequel was put into the pipeline. Titled “Finding Dory”, the movie is set to release in 2016. From the original theatrical poster to all the character posters including Nemo, Dory, Bloat, Marlin and even Anchor, all of these are available below for free and can be downloaded in HD quality. Simply click on any of the image below to open up the website gallery and from there you can easily navigate from one wallpaper to another. The official Pixar wallpaper is also available here, showing all the animated movies from Toy Story to bugs and even Monsters Inc. Nemo movie was the first in a long row of success animation movies from Pixar, but with this movie it really took off. This animation film is a real classic in the scene. I think in the near future we will see a finding Nemo 2 in the cinemas and why not it was a great animation film. Just click the images to see the HD version of the wallpaper.