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‘Coco’ Reunites $700M+ At Worldwide Box Office; 7th Pixar Pic To Milestone

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Hot off 11 wins at the Annie Awards on Saturday night, Disney/Pixar’s Coco is expected to cross $700M worldwide today. In so doing, the film from directors Lee Unkrich and Adrian Molina will be Pixar’s 7th ever to reach the milestone and the 6th Disney title released in 2017 to get there. The domestic cume on the Day of the Dead family tale is $204.6M with $496.3M at the international box office, putting $700.9M in the global guitar case. Japan, notably, is still to open on March 16.

Coco added $11.6M this weekend in 35 material offshore markets as it strums its way to $500M overseas. The story of Miguel (Anthony Gonzalez) and his musical dreams traveled for the first time to Sweden and Norway this session, opening No. 1 in both. With domestic, the global frame was $13.2M.

In notable new ascensions, Coco is now the No. 4 Disney/Pixar release and the No. 2 Pixar release ever in Korea where the cume is $22.5M.

The story centers on the young Miguel, who wishes to be a crooner just like the late great Ernesto de la Cruz (Benjamin Bratt). But, music is of the devil in Miguel’s family, and de la Cruz is largely to blame for the curse. Following a mysterious and otherworldly chain of events, Miguel meets charming trickster Héctor (Gael García Bernal — voicing himself in the Spanish and English versions). Together, they set off on an adventure of music and mystery, resulting in the most unusual family reunion.

Coco began its otherworldly trajectory back in November, bowing in Mexico to tie into the Dia de los Muertos holiday and going on to become the highest-grossing movie ever in the market (local currency). From there, the adventure continued in the U.S. and other offshore hubs with majors rolled out bit-by-bit (the UK only recently opened).

China was a huge win for the film and for Pixar whose titles have traditionally not found similar favor in the Middle Kingdom as they do elsewhere. But Coco‘s themes of family and the afterlife struck a chord locally. That propelled the box office to $183.5M with a rare extended run granted. Coco should also have the knock-on effect of helping set up The Incredibles 2 in China, mixing recent positive brand recognition with superhero and family themes.

Elsewhere, Miguel and his trusty dog Dante have seen great holds. In Latin America, Coco is still No. 1 this weekend in Argentina, Ecuador, Bolivia and Uruguay. In Chile, the film grew 4% this session with just a 27% drop in France and 29% in Spain.

The Top 5 markets are China ($183.5M), Mexico ($57.8M), France ($32M), Korea ($22.5M) and Spain ($20M).

Among the Annies Coco scooped last night were prizes for Best Animated Feature, Directing, Writing, Production Design, Music and Editing. It previously won the Golden Globe as well as Best Animated Film honors from the National Board of Review and New York Film Critics Circle. It is nominated as Best Animated Feature at the BAFTAs and Oscars.

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DISNEY PIXAR’S COCO Held an Epic Event Featuring Anthony Gonzalez, the Voice of “Miguel”

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Disney Pixar’s Coco is finally set to hit Blu-ray on February 27th. The film is a treasure and instant classic. Although Pixar has been around for many years creating some of the best-animated films, this one is unique. It celebrates culture, coming of age, and family like none before. Deservingly, the animated feature has won several awards plus it’s nominated for Oscars.

Over the weekend in Olvera Street Los Angeles California, thousands gathered to celebrate Coco as Anthony Gonzalez (the voice of Miguel) performed live on stage with his family. – It was an epic!

After the show, we were lucky enough to ask Anthony many questions about the movie and much more. Including in the conversation with fellow members of the press where topics like, what advice does he give to up-and-coming young actors, and what is he looking most forward to on the soon-to-be-released Blu-ray.

You can watch the entire interview and photos from the event below.

‘Coco’ gathers momentum for Oscar win

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With a prestige win at the Annies, Disney Pixar’s feel-good family movie “Coco” maintains incredible form ahead of the 2018 Academy Awards.

Barring any titanic upsets over the next four weeks, family movie “Coco” looks like a lock for the Best Animated Feature Oscar.

It already had a clutch of sought-after accolades from other well-respected ceremonies, and on Feb. 3 added an Annie to its haul.

Now, Academy Award predictions are fundamentally about tracking prior awards ceremonies that indicate eventual Oscar success.

For example, the Directors Guild Awards are linked with the Oscars’ Best Director, and the Producers Guild Awards with Best Picture; the Screen Actors Guild is a crystal ball for the Oscars’ acting awards.

That’s because these awards not only show general trends, but also specific voting preferences among knowledgeable and enthusiastic groups of Academy voters.

Even before the Annie Awards, wins at the Producers Guild Awards, Golden Globes and the Critics Choice Awards helped make “Coco” a frontrunner; top honors from the prescient New York Film Critics Circle and Chicago Film Critics Association did its perceived chances no harm at all.

So what of the Annies, then? Like other narrowly-focused industry events, the Annies are decided by a group of select professionals, in this case members of the International Animated Film Association’s Hollywood branch.

As a result, we can expect the Annies to tell us how the Best Animated Oscar is going to play out. Or can we?

In the Annies’ case, it’s not as straightforward.

The Annies are either a little more nuanced, or a little more magical. Over the last 10 years they’ve lined up with the Oscars a little more than half the time, and here’s the curious thing: they’ve only been 100 percent reliable in even-numbered years.

After the Academy introduced its Best Animated Feature category in 2002, it was in lockstep with the Annies for five years on the trot.

But since 2006, when the Annies plumped for “Cars” and the Academy chose “Happy Feet”, the two ceremonies have matched up only every other year. That trend continued for over a decade, until “Zootopia” broke the spell and collected both Annie and Oscar statuettes in 2017.

But whether we side with science and the Annies’ 68 percent return, or align ourselves with even-year superstition, “Coco” looks favorite for an Oscar toast.

Members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences cast their votes from Feb 20 to 27, 2018, with the 90th Academy Awards presentation taking place on March 4. JB

Annie Awards go to ‘Coco’ and Kobe Bryant’s ‘Dear Basketball,’ making them Oscar favorites

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THE ANNIE Awards, the industry honor bestowed by peers in animation, can serve up some intriguing tea leaves before the Academy Awards — partly because the Annie voters are not so steeped in a recent tradition of handing Disney almost all the hardware.

Four times within the past decade, in fact, the Annies have diverged from the Oscars when naming its best animated feature — showing a willingness to pick a DreamWorks Animation release over a Disney/Pixar film.

Namely, the Annies chose DreamWorks’ “How to Train Your Dragon” (2010) and “How to Train Your Dragon 2″ (2014) over the Oscar winners “Toy Story 3″ and “Big Hero 6,” respectively, and for 2008, picked DreamWorks’s “Kung Fu Panda” over Pixar’s Oscar-winning “WALL-E.” (The Annies’ other recent divergence from the Oscars: They picked Disney’s “Wreck-It Ralph” over Pixar’s “Brave.”)

One takeaway from all that is that when the Annie Awards choose a Pixar film, it’s sure to have an overwhelming shot at Oscar, too. The last time that the Annies picked Pixar and the Academy didn’t was 2006 (John Lasseter’s Pixar movie “Cars” lost to “Happy Feet” at the Oscars).

That’s a good sign for Pixar’s “Coco,” which won 11 trophies, including best animated feature, at the 45th Annie Awards, held Saturday evening at UCLA.

Those honors included direction and writing, character animation and character design, storyboarding and production design, animated effects and music — plus a voice-acting win for Anthony Gonzalez.

The Oscar would represent a Triple Crown of sorts for Lee Unkrich and Adrian Molina’s “Coco,” which also won the Golden Globe this awards season.

“Coco” is the closest thing Pixar has had to a feature musical, and is also its first feature to have multiple lead characters of color, as the Bay Area-based looks to lend greater diversity to its beloved library of films.

The “Coco” song “Remember Me” is also up for an Oscar.

Elsewhere, the Annies directed a spotlight toward an Oscar nominee that might get overshadowed by “Coco” during the Academy Awards telecast March 4. “The Breadwinner,” from Cartoon Saloon and distributed by GKIDS, won the Annie for best independent animated feature.


A still from “Dear Basketball,” from Glen Keane, Kobe Bryant and Gennie Rim. (2017)

The Annies also helped sharpen the focus on the Oscars race for best animated short.

Among Academy Award-nominated shorts, Glen Keane and Kobe Bryant’s “Dear Basketball,” based on Bryant’s retirement ode to the game, won the Annie for short subject; and Magic Light Pictures’s “Revolting Rhymes,” based on Roald Dahl’s twisted fairy tales, won best animated special production.

Watch the spirited opening musical number of Pixar’s animated ‘Coco’ you didn’t see

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Pixar’s animated Coco is wholly inspired, from story to design, by the Mexican holiday Dia de los Muertos. And at one point during its development, the film also paid tribute with a showstopping opening.

The uplifting tale (debuting on digital HD platforms Feb. 13, and Blu-ray/DVD Feb. 27) of young Miguel (voiced by Anthony Gonzalez) and his journey to the Land of the Dead to visit his ancestors is full of catchy tunes. Remember Me is up for best original song at the Oscars, where Coco will also compete for best animated movie. But there used to be a bunch more songs when Coco was envisioned as a wall-to-wall musical, and usatoday.com has the exclusive debut of a scrapped beginning that offered a colorful introduction to Dia de los Muertos and the colorful cinematic world.

More: Everything you need to know about the Mexican cultural references in Pixar’s ‘Coco’

More: Meet Anthony Gonzalez, the teen breakout star of Pixar’s animated ‘Coco’

“This was in for a very long time, a number of years, before we changed it,” co-director/writer Adrian Molina says of the film’s original opener. It’s a peppy number with dancing skeletons and fireworks that showcases Dia de los Muertos as a period of celebration and remembering departed family members but definitely not sadness. “It’s not a time for being mournful, it’s not a time to bow your heads,” the chorus sings. “Because the fun has just begun, after you die a lot is done, the party’s anything but dead.”

‘Coco’ Has Handily Beaten ‘Justice League’ And ‘Thor’ In China; Next Target: Its Own U.S. Gross

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‘Coco’ Has Handily Beaten ‘Justice League’ And ‘Thor’ In China; Next Target: Its Own U.S. Gross

In its third weekend of release in China, Coco made quick handiwork of the season’s two big Hollywood superhero movies, racing past Justice League’s $103 million PRC gross and Thor: Ragnarok’s $112 million on Saturday, when it notched an extraordinary $15.8 million, a scant 18 percent drop from the previous Saturday.

With its accelerating momentum Coco is now earning more on a daily basis in China than it is in North America. For the weekend just ended it hauled in $34.75 million from the Middle Kingdom’s multiplexes, nearly double the $18.3 million it collected in North America.

Coco’s 18-day cume (including Monday) now stands at $129.9 million in China, versus the picture’s 19-day North American total of $135.5 million through Sunday. By the end of this week China should overtake the North American numbers.

Coco could have conceivably made a go at the all-time Chinese animation box office record of $235 million that’s held by Disney’s Zootopia, were it not for the slew of competing holiday releases that will take a big bite out of the Pixar toon’s screen count. But it will easily leapfrog Despicable Me 3 ($152.6 million), Monkey King: Hero is Back ($154 million), and Kung Fu Panda 3 ($154.4 million) to become the territory’s 2nd biggest-grossing animated film ever.

After that, the next best target for Coco will be to overtake Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales at $172.2 million to claim bragging rights as Disney’s biggest film of the year in China. If Coco gets a 30-day extension of its PRC theatrical release, which most Hollywood animated hits do, it stands a good chance of slipping past Pirates, and perhaps reaching the rarefied RMB1.2 billion / $181 million mark, which would make it the third highest-grossing Hollywood import and the eighth highest grossing film overall this year in China.

When it gets to $147 million, which it will most likely reach next weekend, Coco will also have single-handedly out-earned all 11 of the previous Pixar releases in China combined.

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  • Movie Name: Coco (2017)
  • Director:  Lee Unkrich
  • Genere:  3D, Animation, musical, fantasy, adventure
  • Release Date: November 22, 2017
  • Country: United States

Twelve-year-old Miguel lives in the small, fictional Mexican village of Santa Cecilia. Miguel dreams of becoming a musician like his idol Ernesto de la Cruz, a popular singer-songwriter and film star who died when he was crushed by a bell in a live concert. However, because Miguel’s great-great-grandfather left his family to achieve his musical dreams, his family has banned music for generations. Because of the ban, the only relative Miguel likes is his great-grandmother Coco. On Día de Muertos, after Miguel inadvertently damages Mama Imelda’s ofrenda with Miguel’s great-great grandfather’s face ripped out, he finds a bent section of the photo revealing that his great-great grandfather used a guitar similar to De la Cruz. This causes Miguel to believe that he and his family are direct descendants of De la Cruz.

When Miguel attempts to participate in a talent contest using a guitar he kept away from his family, his grandmother destroys it and he leaves. Looking for a way to participate in the talent contest, Miguel infiltrates De la Cruz’s mausoleum to steal his guitar and use it in the contest. However, he becomes a type of ghost unable to be seen or heard by the living except for Dante, a street dog he pets often. In the cemetery Miguel meets his deceased relatives who are surprised that Miguel can see them and is there with them.

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Coco VR is clearly a tie-in promotion, but it’s more substantial and interactive than Disney’s early VR work or its recent film promotions. After a hasty introduction from protagonist Miguel, it drops you into Coco’s land of the dead, where a resident tells you to get ready for showtime. You inhabit a skeletal body with the Rift’s head tracking and motion controllers, donning various dapper outfits and hairstyles in front of a mirror. Once you’re dressed, you can wander around the afterlife’s town square, before catching a train through the city and performing a musical number.

You can go through Coco VR alone, but Oculus and Pixar are promoting it as a social space, where up to four players can hang out together. Some areas don’t benefit much from extra people: there’s a museum of concept art, for example, and an “outdoor” theater playing a deleted scene from the movie. (If you haven’t seen the film, these might generally be more confusing than compelling.) And the train trip is simply gorgeous, winding through bright, floating neighborhoods in the land of the dead.

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The central charcter is Miguel, a 12-year-old who dreams of becoming a musician and is voiced by Anthony Gonzalez. He meets a trickster named Hector (Gael García Bernal) and sets off to find out the real story behind Miguel’s family history in the Land of the Dead.

Coco, a movie set in Mexico during the country’s Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) holiday and featuring several Mexican voice actors, has performed extremely well in Mexico since its release in the region on October 27. While Coco‘s success in Mexico is not at all unexpected, the movie has already set a box office record by pulling in $43 million after less than a month in theaters, according to Variety.

Other members of the voice cast include Ana Ofelia Murguía, Jaime Camil, Sofía Espinosa, Luis Valdez, Lombardo Boyar, Benjamin Bratt, Renée Victor, Edward James Olmos, Alanna Ubach, Selene Luna, Alfonso Arau, Herbert Siguenza, Octavio Solis, Gabriel Iglesias, Cheech Marin, and Blanca Araceli.

Coco follows a young boy, Miguel, who loves music and journeys to the Land of the Dead, where he learns about his family’s history and the traditions around Día de los Muertos. The movie offers no shortage of lively musical numbers featuring the voices of actors such as Anthony Gonzalez (as Miguel), Gael García Bernal, Benjamin Bratt, and Ana Ofelia Murguía.

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Coco In Pixar Animation Studios has released more names that will join the dubbing talent of Coco, the next film Pixar and Disney, which makes a tribute to Mexico and the Day of the Dead. Through a press release, Disney announced that Xavier López “Chabelo”, Victor Trujillo “Brozo” and Alex Lora of El Tri will join the list of dubbing actors.

Previously, the participation of Marco Antonio Solis, César Costa, Angelica María, Angelica Vale, Eugenia León, Andrés Bustamante, Cecilia Toussaint, Héctor Bonilla and Juan Villoro, among others, had already been confirmed.

It is to applaud the effort of Disney in this dubbing, because also contribute his talent other known in other items such as Alfonso Arau, Sofía Espinoza, Elena Poniatowska, Cecilia Suarez, Javier Velasco, Trino, Ana de la Reguera and, of course, Gael Garcia Bernal, who plays the character of Hector in both English and Spanish.

Coco follows the story of Miguel, a 12-year-old boy who unleashes events that will dust off a mystery that will eventually reunite a family. It will be released in Mexico on October 27, while the rest of Latin America will have to wait until November 23

#4 A great release date: November 24, 2017

The next December 1 will reach the Coco cinemas, the new Pixar film. In it we meet Miguel, a Mexican boy who dreams of becoming a musician, despite his family does not see it with good eyes, something you can see better in the new trailer, the third, which has launched Disney today.

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Miguel has an idol, someone he admires above all things, Ernesto de la Cruz, a singer who has died. The adventure begins when he accidentally enters the Land of the Dead, there he meets the souls of generations past of his family, including his great-great-grandmother Imelda, the first to ban music at the Rivera house.

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Miguel will not miss this opportunity and will look for Ernesto de la Cruz in order to get the blessing of his family and be able to devote himself to what he is most passionate about. With the help of Hector, a spirit (skeletal) and his dog Dante, must find him before the time runs out and can return to the Land of the Living.
Coco has as backdrop a very important tradition of Mexico, the Day of the Dead. A theme that may sound dismal, but that will not be treated that way, yes, with much respect, as its director, Lee Unkrich, the same that made Toy Story 3, has been documented for the occasion.
Coco will have the voices, in the original version, by Benjamin Bratt, Gael García Bernal and Renee Victor as the most outstanding. A story that will not leave anyone indifferent and brings the Mexican culture to the international public.

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4 Great Reasons To Watch Coco

Coco In Pixar Animation Studios has released more names that will join the dubbing talent of Coco, the next film Pixar and Disney, which makes a tribute to Mexico and the Day of the Dead. Through a press release, Disney announced that Xavier López “Chabelo”, Victor Trujillo “Brozo” and Alex Lora of El Tri will join the list of dubbing actors.

Previously, the participation of Marco Antonio Solis, César Costa, Angelica María, Angelica Vale, Eugenia León, Andrés Bustamante, Cecilia Toussaint, Héctor Bonilla and Juan Villoro, among others, had already been confirmed.

It is to applaud the effort of Disney in this dubbing, because also contribute his talent other known in other items such as Alfonso Arau, Sofía Espinoza, Elena Poniatowska, Cecilia Suarez, Javier Velasco, Trino, Ana de la Reguera and, of course, Gael Garcia Bernal, who plays the character of Hector in both English and Spanish.

Coco follows the story of Miguel, a 12-year-old boy who unleashes events that will dust off a mystery that will eventually reunite a family. It will be released in Mexico on October 27, while the rest of Latin America will have to wait until November 23

#4 A great release date: November 24, 2017

The next December 1 will reach the Coco cinemas, the new Pixar film. In it we meet Miguel, a Mexican boy who dreams of becoming a musician, despite his family does not see it with good eyes, something you can see better in the new trailer, the third, which has launched Disney today.

Coco Development

Miguel has an idol, someone he admires above all things, Ernesto de la Cruz, a singer who has died. The adventure begins when he accidentally enters the Land of the Dead, there he meets the souls of generations past of his family, including his great-great-grandmother Imelda, the first to ban music at the Rivera house.

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Miguel will not miss this opportunity and will look for Ernesto de la Cruz in order to get the blessing of his family and be able to devote himself to what he is most passionate about. With the help of Hector, a spirit (skeletal) and his dog Dante, must find him before the time runs out and can return to the Land of the Living.
Coco has as backdrop a very important tradition of Mexico, the Day of the Dead. A theme that may sound dismal, but that will not be treated that way, yes, with much respect, as its director, Lee Unkrich, the same that made Toy Story 3, has been documented for the occasion.
Coco will have the voices, in the original version, by Benjamin Bratt, Gael García Bernal and Renee Victor as the most outstanding. A story that will not leave anyone indifferent and brings the Mexican culture to the international public.

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Coco’ to release in India on November 24

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Coco’ to release in India on November 24

Disney-Pixar’s ‘Coco’, which narrates the story of an aspiring musician’s journey into the land of the dead, will release in India on November 24

In the animated movie, aspiring musician Miguel (voice of Anthony Gonzalez) teams up with charming trickster Hector (voice of Gael Garcia Bernal) on an extraordinary journey through the Land of the Dead.

 

‘Coco’ features an original score from Oscar-winning composer Michael Giacchino, a song by Oscar winners Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez and additional songs co-written by Germaine Franco and co-director Adrian Molina, read a statement from Disney India.

 

It showcases the importance of family, honouring one’s ancestors and following one’s dreams. “‘Coco’ is about a 12-year-old boy with big dreams,” said director Lee Unkrich.

 

“It’s about a hardworking family with great traditions and a lot of love. But what’s so cool about ‘Coco’ is that the boy could be my son. That family could live next door. The sweet, bossy grandmother who insists on one more bite might be your grandma. There’s something familiar to us all in this story. That’s what makes it so special,” Unkrich added.

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