Miguel attempts to follow his musical dream despite being banned by his family. He finds himself in the land where the dead are. It was a huge success. Fans are eagerly awaiting Coco 2, which will be released shortly after the film’s release.
Unfortunately, Pixar and Disney have not made an official announcement about “Coco 2.” Lee Unkrich, co-directors of “Coco,” has also not said that a sequel is being planned. This could be partly due to COVID-19 production delays and all the genres in both films. Television has also been affected since March 2020.
Pixar seems to be selective about which films they feel are worthy of being adapted from their original stories. It will take a while for “Coco 2”, even if it starts production in this year’s. Pixar takes several years to create and produce animated feature films. It won’t be until at least the next few years that a sequel is made to “Coco.” You can view “Coco” on Disney+ for the moment.
Coco 2: What’s Next?
As with most animated films, the first film ended with a happy ending. Miguel returned to the real world. First, however, Hector’s legacy must be restored, and he must reunite with his great-great-grandmother, Imelda. The video ends with him performing in front of all his relatives living and dead, lifting the family’s music restriction. The film’s events take place during the Mexican holiday Da de Muertos. The film’s spirit was built on this foundation.
The sequel could pick up years later than the events in the first movie. Miguel could have his baby sister, Miguel as her mentor. This would require a significant time shift, possibly five to six years. This is, coincidentally enough, how long it would take to make the second ‘Coco film. We can count backwards from the original release date.
Miguel could return to his role as protagonist if the time shift isn’t significant, which is more probable. He would embark on a new voyage to the realm of the dead to reunite himself with his family. Gonzales is, of course, hoping to reprise his role in the future. Disney hasn’t confirmed the news. The sequel will continue the bond between Miguel and his sister, regardless of its direction. It is inspiring to see the bond between Miguel and his sister, no matter how grown up they are.
The Luxo Ball!
Pixar studio is known for putting references and easter eggs in their films about other projects. All Pixars films feel connected because of this. Anybody who pays enough attention will have seen references to the Pizza Planet Truck.
Coco lovers have to look closely at the details in order to find that iconic Luxo Ball. In fact, it was hidden in the land where the dead kept it. It can be seen in a background scene where Frida Alebrije leaps around. It is small enough that it is easy to miss, but it is definitely there.
It is not known how long the body has been in the afterlife. It can be stated that it has been there since the beginning of human deaths. The architecture can give us a clue about the area’s age. The bridge of bright leaves was connected in the earliest designs. It looks like it may have an Aztec origin. This is a centuries-old culture that indicates the existence of the day of the deceased for hundreds of years.
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