Disney Pixar’s Coco is arguably the most famous film for the Day of the Dead, or el Día de los Muertos (even if some prefer The Book of Life), so we’d love to celebrate today by looking back on a delightfu ldeleted scene from the film.Directors Lee Unkrich and Adrian Molina introduce these new scenes, one of which, the directors reveal, was the original opening scene, a musical number that explains the Día de los Muertos holiday. The directors go onto say that this was the opening scene for a “number of years” before it was ultimately changed. This scene is set in Mexico City circa 1953.
Let’s look back on a cool Day of the Dead scene which was deleted from the Disney-Pixar movie Coco. Read More