'Coco' Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: First Trailer Released By Pixar
Pixar's new film "Coco" recently revealed its first trailer. It takes fans into the Land of the Dead as Miguel takes on his journey.
According to BBC News, Pixar just released the first trailer for its new film "Coco." The story focuses on Miguel who aspires to be a famous performer. His journey started when he visits his idol's grave. Ernesto de la Cruz (Benjamin Bratt) was a famous musician who is already dead.
As Miguel visits the grave, he touches the dead musician's guitar and is transported to the Land of the Dead. He then encounters so many dead people on his journey in "Coco" and this includes his relatives. Miguel's love for music is blocked because music has been banned from his family for a long time.' He will discover the answers to why his family has banned music upon his journey.
The first trailer of "Coco" also lets fans take a glimpse that Ernesto is Miguel's great-great-grandfather. Miguel then finds more mysterious stuff as he ventures into the Land of the Dead. There are missing pieces of Ernesto's things that need to be solved and Miguel is on the journey.
The Guardian reported that Coco is directed by Lee Unkrich. Unkrich was the one who directed Toy Story 3 and Up. This new film is Pixar's first original since 2015. It is reported that the studio has worked more in doing sequels in the recent years.
Right after "Coco," Pixar will not release an original film until 2020. The studio will still be releasing toy Story 4 and the second Incredibles film during the years that will pass. "Coco" is set during the Day of the Dead that is celebrated in Mexico at the end of October. The celebration is considered a Mexican holiday.
Meanwhile, Empire reported that "Coco" is co-directed and written by Adrian Molina. The film is to be aired on November 22.