January 12, 2018
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment will release Pixar’s Coco digitally in HD, 4K and Movies Anywhere on Feb. 13, and on Blu-ray, 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, DVD and on-demand Feb. 27.
Coco, the story of a 12-year-old aspiring musician’s journey to the magical land of his ancestors in Mexico, earned $193.5 million at the domestic box office and won the Golden Globe for Best Animated Motion Picture.
The Blu-ray and digital formats include deleted scenes; promotional trailers for the film; commentary from director Lee Unkrich, co-director Adrian Molina and producer Darla K. Anderson; and several featurettes: “The Music of Coco”; “Paths to Pixar: Coco,” featuring how the filmmakers’ personal stories resonate with the themes of the film; “Welcome to the Fiesta,” a musical exploration of the skeletons from the Land of the Dead; “A Thousand Pictures a Day,” a tour of Mexico with the filmmakers; “Mi Familia,” about developing the Riveras; “Land of Our Ancestors,” about re-creating many eras of Mexican architecture; “Fashion Through the Ages,” about the costumes; “The Real Guitar,” about the design of the central guitar in the film; “Dante,” about the inspiration for the dogs that inspired the character; “How to Draw a Skeleton”; “How to Make Papel Picado,” a look at the traditional papel picado art form; and “Un Poco Coco,” a montage of original animated pieces used to promote Coco.
The DVD includes the commentary, “Dante” and “About Coco.”