Coco Returns to Theaters This Month for a Limited Run

Coco, the much-adored Pixar masterpiece, makes a special comeback in theaters as part of Disney’s 100th-anniversary celebration.

To honor the remarkable milestone of Disney’s 100th anniversary, the critically acclaimed Disney and Pixar creation, Coco, is making a reappearance in theaters for a limited run from September 15 to 28. This news, originally revealed by Fandango earlier this year, indicated the return of Coco alongside films such as Toy Story and The Incredibles. Pixar’s official Twitter account recently shared an updated poster adorned with the Disney 100 logo, officially announcing the availability of tickets for this nostalgic event.

Directed by Lee Unkrich and featuring the voices of Anthony Gonzalez and Gael García Bernal, Coco was a global hit, amassing a staggering $814.3 million at the box office. Set against the vibrant backdrop of the Day of the Dead festival, the narrative revolves around Miguel, a 12-year-old boy with an innate passion for music, which clashes with his family’s aversion to it. In his quest to prove his musical talent and unravel his family’s mysterious past, Miguel accidentally finds himself in the mystical Land of the Dead, encountering his ancestors and embarking on a race against time to return to the living world before vanishing forever. His journey leads him to uncover long-held secrets, granting him a profound understanding of his family’s heritage.

Coco garnered widespread acclaim for its poignant portrayal of Mexican culture and its meticulous depiction of Miguel’s enchanting world, both in the realm of the living and the afterlife. Upon its release in Mexico, it enjoyed the most successful opening weekend for an original animated film, as reported by Deadline. Although it remains uncertain whether the Spanish-language version of the film will be featured during this re-release, Coco clinched numerous awards, including 11 out of 13 Annie Awards nominations, a Golden Globe, and two prestigious Academy Awards for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song for “Remember Me,” composed by the talented duo Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez.

Moreover, Coco isn’t the sole Disney classic making a much-anticipated return to the big screen in commemoration of Disney 100. The celebration also includes the revival of several other iconic films such as Toy Story, The Incredibles, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, Frozen, and Beauty and the Beast, with The Lion King scheduled for a comeback from September 29 to October 12 and Moana following suit from October 13 to 26.

Mark your calendars for Coco’s limited-time re-release, spanning from September 15 to 28, and relish the heartwarming journey of Miguel in the captivating Land of the Dead once more.

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