First Look: ‘Together Forever – A Pixar Nighttime Spectacular’, Coming to Disneyland Park April 13 with Pixar Fest

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Disneyland Resort released images of the upcoming "Together Forever - A Pixar Nighttime Spectacular," coming to Disneyland on April 13 as part of the Pixar Fest Celebration. The show will include projections on Sleeping Beauty Castle, the buildings on Main Street, the water screens of the Rivers of America, and the facade of "it's a small world." Both Buzz Lightyear and the house from "Up" will fly over Sleeping Beauty Castle.
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Disney-Pixar’s Coco brings Day of the Dead to life with Blu-ray, DVD bonus features

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As we left the theater after seeing Disney-Pixar’s “Coco” in November, my daughter was already asking when we could buy the DVD. Happily for her and so many others, that time is upon us. And the animated film’s fans will not only enjoy seeing the movie again, but also a slew of bonus features that … Continue reading "Disney-Pixar’s Coco brings Day of the Dead to life with Blu-ray, DVD bonus features"
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A Look Behind the Making of Pixar’s “Coco”

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“Coco,” Pixar’s 19th animated feature, was released Thanksgiving week in the US. As part of an early press day back in August, AllEars.Net was invited to take an advance look at some of the footage and get introduced to some of the places and people of “Coco.” (I wrote a bit about the first part … Continue reading "A Look Behind the Making of Pixar’s “Coco”"
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Epcot Celebrates Coco with New Entertainment, Interactive Exhibits

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This holiday season, guests of Epcot will get a taste of the magic and music of Disney-Pixar’s film “Coco,” which is now playing in theaters. From now until January 6, 2018, El Mariachi Coco de Santa Cecilia, a new musical group inspired by the film, will entertain guests at the Mexico pavilion. Named for the … Continue reading "Epcot Celebrates Coco with New Entertainment, Interactive Exhibits"
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Review: Disney-Pixar’s Coco is lively celebration of family

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Disney-Pixar's newest animated film, "Coco," is a colorful interpretation of the Mexican tradition of celebrating El Dia de Los Muertos (The Day of the Dead). Directors Lee Unkrich and Adrian Molina successfully use the holiday as a way to explore the always-popular themes of following your dreams and being true to yourself while still celebrating Latino culture and giving audiences a fresh storyline. Along the way, "Coco," tugs at our heartstrings - and not always in scenes we anticipate.
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