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Pixar Unveils Stunning New Trailer For Coco

"No living person has visited their world. Until now."

Following the release of a teaser trailer that seriously captivated viewers, Pixar has unveiled a dazzling trailer for its newest animated film Coco. The clip features screaming sugar skulls, beautiful Mexican landscapes, and a hilarious undead take on a customs agency. Take a look in the video above.

Featuring an all-Latino voice cast and gorgeous visuals, Coco tells the tale of 12-year-old Miguel (Anthony Gonzalez), the young son of a shoemaker whose biggest goal in life is to become a guitar-strumming musician just like his idol, Ernesto de la Cruz (Benjamin Bratt), who faced an untimely death. Though music has long been banned in his family, Miguel embarks on a mission to realize his dream, endeavoring to steal de la Cruz's guitar. 

What follows is a technicolor transport to the Land of the Dead, where Miguel learns the secrets of his extensive family history. Joining Miguel on his otherworldly adventure is a "charming trickster" named Hector (Gael Garcia Bernal) who only wishes to visit the Land of the Living. 

Coco also stars Renee Victor as Miguel's tough but caring Abuelita, Ana Ofelia Murguia as his cherished great-grandmother Mama Coco. Jaime Camil and Sofia Espinosa voice Miguel's parents, who are described as "supportive" and "loving." Luis Valdez plays his uncle, and Lombardo Boyar brings to life the friendly musician Mariachi with whom Miguel runs into. 

In the Land of the Dead, Miguel meets his great-great-grandmother Mama Imelda (Alanna Ubach), aunt Tia Rosita (Selene Luna), his great-grandfather Papa Julio (Alfonso Arau), and his uncles Tio Oscar and Tio Felipe (Herbert Siguenza). He'll also encounter Chicarron (Edward Games Olmos), an arrival agent (Octavio Solis), a clerk (Gabriel Iglesias), and an emcee (Blanca Araceli). 

Coco is slated to rock-and-roll onto the big screen on November 22. In the meantime, take a look at the hidden details in Pixar films you totally missed.