D23 just happened and revealed a whole bunch of titles from Pixar. More pics and footage from The Good Dinosaur and Finding Dory, as well as some new titles Toy Story 4, Cars 3 and The Incredibles 2. More surprisingly though was confirmation of the animation giant’s Mexican themed film, currently going under the guise of Dia De Los Muertos.
The film is being directed by Lee Unkrich and produced by Darla K. Anderson and Pixar have confirmed that the title of the film is Coco. It is attached to the Mexican holiday Dia De Los Muertos aka Day Of The Dead. The official synopsis of the film is:
Coco is the celebration of a lifetime, where the discovery of a generations-old mystery leads to a most extraordinary and surprising family reunion.
The main character of the film is Miguel and will focus on a young boy who discovers a mystery on the night of Dia de los Muertos, forever changing the course of his life.
Rumours are circulating (and being perpetuated by composer Randy Newman) that Pixar have a musical up their sleeve, and with nothing but sequels announced, it is becoming easier to deduct that this film will be the musical in question.
Coco has a tentative release date for Autumn 2017.
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