Coco movie: Meet the Voices Behind the Animated Characters
Following his solo first time at the helm (Toy Story 3), Pixar veteran Lee Unkrich carries Coco to the big screen this fall. With a solely Latino cast, Coco consolidates topics from the Mexican occasion Día de los Muertos.
The energized experience follows Miguel (Anthony Gonzalez), a hopeful artist naturally introduced to a family with a long-term prohibition on music. At the point when Miguel is moved to the Land of the Dead, he experiences Hector (Gael García Bernal), a prankster who joins Miguel on his excursion to uncover reality behind his family ancestry and get back chotudada.
At only 12 years of age, Anthony Gonzalez stars as the film’s hero, Miguel, a little fellow with a fantasy about turning into an artist. On his excursion through the brilliant and beautiful Land of the Dead, Miguel, joined by his canine Dante, experiences a huge universe of music he has never known. En route, he meets his melodic symbol, the late Ernesto de la Cruz, just as a considerable lot of his precursors. Before Coco movie, Gonazlez showed up in an assortment of sensational short movies, like Imagination of Young and Icebox. The youthful entertainer additionally showed up in an episode of Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders.
Gael García Bernal
Gael García Bernal plays the beguiling Hector, an occupant of the Land of the Dead who needs Miguel’s assistance to visit the Land of the Living. Referred to for his job as Rodrigo in Amazon’s Mozart in the Jungle, Bernal won the Golden Globe for best entertainer in a TV series, melodic or parody, for his exhibition in 2016. The Mexico-conceived entertainer is set to star as Zorro in Jonas Cuaron’s reboot Z, and will likewise show up in the forthcoming wrongdoing dramatization Museo to be delivered in 2018.
Emmy-selected entertainer Benjamin Bratt loans his voice to play melodic sensation Ernesto de la Cruz, who Miguel experiences in the Land of the Dead. Bratt is referred to for his jobs as Detective Rey Curtis on NBC’s Law and Order and Dr. Jake Reilly on ABC clinical show Private Practice. This isn’t Bratt’s first go-around in voice acting, as the star plays likewise voiced parts in vivified movies like Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs and Despicable Me 2.
Edward James Olmos
Referred to for his jobs as Lieutenant Martin Castillo on Miami Vice and William Amada on Battlestar Galactica, Edward James Olmos stars as Chicharron, a companion of Hector’s who is gradually being forgotten in the Land of the Dead. Olmos is set to show up in The Predator, the spin-off of the 1987 science fiction film Predator, in 2018 close by Olivia Munn and Keegan-Michael Key.
Ana Ofelia Murguía
Playing the title character, Mamá in Coco movie, is 83-year-old entertainer Ana Ofelia Murguía. Mamá Coco is Miguel’s darling extraordinary grandma. Murguía has shown up in movies like Bandidas and Written on the Body of Night, and as of late showed up in an episode of Mozart in the Jungle as Nana Graciela.
Most notable for her job as Lupita on Showtime’s hit satire Weeds, Renée Victor plays My Talking Tom, Miguel’s savage yet cherishing grandma who rigorously upholds the family’s prohibition on music. Victor is set to show up in forthcoming short film Unspeakable in the not so distant future.
Assuming the job of Miguel’s dad, Papá, is CW’s Jane the Virgin star Jaime Camil. In spite of his child’s longing to turn into a performer, Papá expects Miguel to one day join the family shoe making business. Camil as of late showed up in the Hollywood Bowl’s live creation of Mamma Mia! as Sam Carmichael. The entertainer likewise recently functioned as a voice entertainer playing Fernando in Universal Pictures’ Secret Life of Pets.