Pixar is releasing two feature movies in 2017, and the one we’re unquestionably the most amped up for is Coco. In the film’s first mystery trailer, we meet Miguel (Anthony Gonzalez), a 12-year-old yearning performer who is fixated on amazing Mexican guitarist Ernesto de la Cruz (Benjamin Bratt). However, in the wake of touching Ernesto’s guitar, he’s taken, by one means or another, to the Land of the Dead, where his experience starts.
Coco, helmed by Toy Story 3 chief Lee Unkrich, is enlivened by the Día de los Muertos, the Mexican Day of the Dead, and elements an all-Latinx cast incorporating Mozart in the Jungle star Gael García Bernal and Weeds’ Renée Victor. After this current summer’s Cars 3, it’ll be Pixar’s second arrival of the year, however observing as this motion picture is the main film slated that isn’t a continuation, this one will probably be the feature for the studio’s more up to date and fresher thoughts. Coco hits theaters on November twentieth