Coco is a 2017 American 3D computer-animated fantasy film directed by Lee Unkrich and Adrian Molina.
Starring Anthony Gonzalez, Gael García Bernal, Benjamin Bratt, Alanna Ubach, Ana Ofelia Murguía, Edward James Olmos, Alfonso Arau, Jaime Camil, Renée Victor, Selene Luna and others.

Watch the official trailer for Coco

Pixar on Monday, November 06, 2017 released the trailer:
Coco Official Final Trailer.

What is Coco about?

In Santa Cecilia, Mexico, Miguel dreams of becoming a musician, even though his family strictly forbids it. His great-great-grandmother named Imelda was married to a man who left her and their daughter named Coco to pursue a career in music, and when he never returned, Imelda banished music from her family's life before starting a shoemaking business. Miguel now lives with the elderly Coco and their family, including Miguel's parents and his abuelita, who are all shoemakers. He idolizes Ernesto de la Cruz, and secretly teaches himself to play guitar from Ernesto's old films. On the Day of the Dead, Miguel accidentally damages the picture frame that holds a photo of Coco with her mother on the family , discovering that a hidden section of the photograph shows his great-great-grandfather holding Ernesto's famous guitar. Concluding that Ernesto is his great-great-grandfather, Miguel ignores his family's objections, so he leaves to enter a talent show for Day of the Dead. Breaking into Ernesto's mausoleum, Miguel takes his guitar to use in the show, but once he strums it, he becomes invisible to everyone in the village plaza. However, he can interact with his skeletal dead relatives, who are visiting from the Land of the Dead for the holiday. Taking him back with them, they learn that Imelda cannot visit, since Miguel accidentally removed her photo from the. Miguel discovers that he is cursed for stealing from the dead, and must return to the Land of the Living before sunrise, or he will become one of the dead; to do so, he must receive a blessing from a member of his family. Imelda offers Miguel a blessing on the condition he end his dream of becoming a musician, but Miguel refuses and resolves to seek Ernesto's blessing instead. He meets Héctor, who declares that he knows Ernesto, offering to help him reach him in return for Miguel taking his photo back with him, so that he might visit his daughter before she forgets him, causing him to disappear completely. Héctor helps Miguel enter a talent competition to win entry to Ernesto's mansion, but Miguel's family tracks him down, forcing him to flee. Miguel sneaks into the mansion, where Ernesto welcomes him as his descendant, but Héctor confronts them, again imploring Miguel to take his photo to the Land of the Living. Ernesto and Héctor renew an argument from their partnership in life, and Miguel realizes that when Héctor decided to leave the duo to return to his family, Ernesto poisoned him, then stole his guitar along with his songs, passing them off as his own to become famous. To protect his legacy, Ernesto seizes the photo and has his security guards throw Miguel and Héctor into a cenote pit. There, Miguel realizes that Héctor is his real great-great-grandfather, and that Coco is Héctor's daughter.

Who's in the Coco cast?

Anthony Gonzalez
Miguel, a 12-year-old aspiring musician
Gael García Bernal
Héctor, a charming trickster in the Land of the Dead
Benjamin Bratt
Ernesto de la Cruz, the most famous musician in the history of Mexico and Miguel's idol
Alanna Ubach
Mamá Imelda, Miguel's late great-great-grandmother, Héctor's wife, Coco's mother, and the matriarch of the family
Ana Ofelia Murguía
Mamá Coco, Miguel's great-grandmother and the daughter of Héctor and Imelda
Edward James Olmos
Chicharrón, a friend of Héctor's
Alfonso Arau
Papá Julio, Coco's husband and Miguel's late great-grandfather
Jaime Camil
Papá, Miguel's father and Abuelita's son
Renée Victor
Abuelita, Coco's daughter Elena, and Miguel's grandmother
Selene Luna
Tía Rosita, Miguel's late aunt
Lombardo Boyar
Plaza Mariachi / Gustavo (voice)
Gabriel Iglesias
Clerk (voice)
Sofía Espinosa
Mamá, Miguel's mother
Luis Valdez
Tío Berto / Don Hidalgo (voice)
Natalia Cordova-Buckley
Frida Kahlo (voice)
Carla Medina
Departures Agent (voice)
Octavio Solis
Arrivals Agent (voice)
Blanca Araceli
Emcee (voice)
Cheech Marin
Corrections Officer (voice)
Salvador Reyes
a Security Guard
John Ratzenberger
Juan Ortodoncia (voice)
Herbert Siguenza
Tío Oscar / Tío Felipe (voice)
Dyana Ortellí
Tía Victoria, Miguel's late aunt

When is Coco released in cinemas?

The film Coco was scheduled to be released on October 20, 2017 (Morelia), on November 22, 2017 (United States), on November 24, 2017 (People's Republic of China, Taiwan, Vietnam, Indonesia, Romania, Poland, Bulgaria), on November 29, 2017 (France), on November 30, 2017 (Germany), on January 19, 2018 (Turkey) and on February 8, 2018 (Denmark) by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, B&H Film Distribution, Cinecolor Films, Columbia Pictures, Feelgood Entertainment, Forum Hungary, NOS Audiovisuais, Press Play Pictures, Walt Disney Company Nordic, Walt Disney Studios Japan, Walt Disney Studios Sony Pictures Releasing (WDSSPR), Disney Channel, Freeform, Hotstar, Moviemax Family, The Walt Disney Company Iberia, Viaplay and Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment.

What are Coco film specifications?

The duration of the film is 105 minutes. With a budget of $175 million, the film grossed over $807.1 million.

The film Coco is rated with "PG" rating.

What are critics and audiences saying about Coco?

Coco got high rating from critics. The audience also likes the film. Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "A+" on a scale ranging from A+ to F.

Other sites about Coco

Official website:

IMDB: Coco

Wikipedia: Coco (2017 film)

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