Disney fans will find it hard to resist Coco's lovable characters, but just take a gander at this beautiful new poster if you still need some convincing.
Disney and Pixar's latest will hit theaters this Thanksgiving, but the studio has unveiled a gorgeous new poster that gives would be fans everything they need to know about the anticipated project. Love scenic vistas and thriving cityscapes? Coco has that in spades, and that's before you take a trip to the land of the dead inspired metropolis (via OhMyDisney).
Looking for quirky characters? Coco has that too, with the adorable trio of Miguel, Dante, and his grandmother Mama Coco. The afterlife isn't a slouch here either though, with a cast that includes Hector, Ernesto, and Mama Imelda, who
Coco promises to be something special, and you can gaze at the brand new poster in the gallery.
Fans will soon get even more Coco via a new trailer, which is set to debut tomorrow at 9 am pst. Thus far fans have closer looks at the human side of Miguel's life, but far less has been revealed of the Land of the Dead, specifically the other parts of the city.
Regardless of what footage is shown, it is bound to be gorgeous. Every part of this landscape feels unique, something of a priority for lighting director Danielle Feinberg.
"From where we’re mostly candle-lit in Miguel’s hideout and in the cemetery, then we get the sunlit Mexico scenes, then getting into the Land of the Dead where it’s completely different and you’re making stuff up to make it really colorful," Feinberg told ComicBook.com. "So there were so many challenges on this film but it was really fun to bring it to life."
Coco has been in development for some time, but director Lee Unkrich remembers the initial pitch meeting.
"John Lassetter likes his directors to pitch three different ideas for their next project," Unkrich said. "When [Head of Story] Jason Katz and I pitched the three ideas to John, the Dia de
It looks like all that hard work was worth it.
Coco hits theaters on November 22, 2017.