Once again Disney Pixar has surprised us. This time Pixar will be celebrating Mariachi music in their new upcoming animated film “Coco.”  But not only that, the movie also brings other surprises.  For Example: it will be introducing a character that resembles famous Mariachi Mexican singers and actors, Pedro Infante and Javier Solis.

The concept of the film will also share with the world some other Mexican costumes, such as the celebration of The Day of the Death. And that’s not old my friends, this film also has a strong theme of family and encouragement to fight for one’s dreams to become truth.

Coco is the name of main characters’ grandmother, which he loves very much. And his biggest dream is to be as a greater Mariachi celebrity; whose slogan was “Grab it tied and make it come true.”  “Coco” is full of mystery, fun and music.  Let’s all discover why this movie is called “Coco” and if there is a bigger connection than just music between this little dreamer and his biggest idol. Let’s all go enjoy this movie on November 22nd! Can’t wait to see it!  See the trailer below:

 

 

Disney Pixar Celebra costumbres Mexicanas, como lo son el Mariachi y El dia de los Muertos!

Una vez más Disney Pixar nos sorprende; esta vez celebrando costumbres Mexicanas como son el Mariachi y El día de los Muertos en su nueva película “Coco.” ¡Bueno, son costumbres que ya son parte de todos nosotros no importa de dónde vengamos!

Esta fascinante aventura no solo es interesante por todo el misterio que hay alrededor de Coco, la abuela del protagonista. Si no también, porque él es un niño que sueña con ser igual que su gran ídolo quien era un gran músico y Mariachi.  La historia tiene enfoque familiar y anima a todos a seguir sus sueños, pues el dicho del ídolo de este niño soñador es “Grab it tied and make it come true;” que en español es “Agárralo fuerte y has que se vuelva realidad.”

Esta película está llena de sorpresas, por ejemplo, el ídolo de este talentoso niño se parece nada más y nada menos que a los grandiosos Pedro Infante y Javier Solis.   ¡¿Cómo ven amigos?!  ¡Hay que ir a ver esta película este Noviembre 22, va a estar de lujo! Vean el corto a continuación:

 

 

 

Edgar Caballero-Velazquez is a writer, actor and singer whose interest for the arts started at an early age. He has been involved in community theater at the Starlight Theatre in Rockford, Illinois; located in Rock Valley College, institution which he has an associate degree of Arts. His vocal training includes Sheila Vayenas, a former Broadway performer. He is best known for his role “El Maestro de Baile,” in the play “El Burgués Gentil Hombre; a play by Molière and directed by Felipe Cortés.