Okay, can we just talk about the goosebumps I just got watching the Coco teaser trailer? As a huge fan of the Day of the Dead (Dia de Los Muertos) festival in Mexico, I am super stoked about this film. I absolutely love the art, culture and meaning of the whole Day of the Dead holiday so much, that I’ve started a tattoo sleeve dedicated to it. I can’t wait to see how Pixar tells the story of THIS holiday both bright and dark, happy and sad.
Coco hits theaters November 22, 2017
I just watched the teaser with my eight-year-old son (who I actually took to Mexico last year for a Day of the Dead experience) and we are equally stoked. Not only does my son play guitar (which we see in the teaser as the young boy is trying to learn his strings), but we experienced this culture together, so it’s quite special for us.
In Disney•Pixar’s “Coco,” aspiring musician Miguel (voice of newcomer Anthony Gonzalez) teams up with charming trickster Hector (voice of Gael García Bernal) on an extraordinary journey through the Land of the Dead.
I’ll be keeping track of all the Coco images, posters and trailers and updating this post with them.
Coco Trailers, Images, and Posters
Official Coco Trailer
New Coco Teaser Trailer
Coco Images (Newest to Oldest)
Coco Posters (Newest to Oldest)
About Disney Pixar’s Coco
Voices: Gael García Bernal (Hector), Anthony Gonzalez (Miguel), Benjamin Bratt (Ernesto de la Cruz), Renée Victor
Director: Lee Unkrich Toy Story 3
Co-director: Adrian Molina Monsters University
Producer: Darla K. Anderson Toy Story 3
Even after a ban has been set on music, Miguel dreams of becoming like his musical hero, Ernesto de la Cruz. Miguel finds himself in the vibrant and colorful Land of the Dead after a mysterious chain of events. It is here where he meets the trickster Hector. Together, they set off on an intrepid journey to unlock the real story behind Miguel’s family history.
Coco hits theaters Nov. 22, 2017
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