'Coco' Unveils All-Latino Voice Cast, Character Details and Stunning Poster

In the Land of the Dead, lead character Miguel will have an encounter with his deceased family members, which include great-great-grandmother, aunt, great-grandfather and twin uncles.

AceShowbiz - Pixar has announced the entire voice cast of the upcoming animated film "Coco" along with character details. A stunning poster has also been shared by Pixar via its Twitter account, offering a look at main character Miguel, his dog Dante as well as the Land of the Dead.

Miguel is voiced by newcomer %cAnthony Gonzalez%. The character is a 12-year-old Mexican boy who wants to be a musician despite his family's generation-old ban on music. Miguel's strict but devoted grandmother will be voiced by %cRenee Victor%, while %cAna Ofelia Murguia% will lend his voice to Mama Coco, Miguel's beloved great-grandmother.

Miguel and his dog Dante originally live in Santa Cecilia, but they eventually find themselves arriving in a stunning Land of the Dead, where they meet a trickster named Hector (%cGael Garcia Bernal%). Together, they start an adventure to track down Miguel's deceased musical idol Ernesto de la Cruz (voiced by %cBenjamin Bratt%).

Miguel will also try to unveil the mystery behind his family history. He will have an encounter with his deceased family members, which include his great-great-grandmother Mama Imelda (%cAlanna Ubach%), aunt Tia Rosita (%cSelene Luna%), great-grandfather Papa Julio (Alfonso Arau) and his twin uncles Tio Oscar and Tio Felipe (%cHerbert Siguenza%).

In addition, %cJaime Camil% and %cSofia Espinosa% will lend their voices to Miguel's parents, whereas %cLuis Valdez% will voice Miguel's uncle. Directed by Lee Unkrich and Adrian Molina, "Coco" is set to hit U.S. theaters on November 21.

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