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'Coco' trivia and fun facts

About director and producer Directed by Lee Unkrich, and produced by Darla K. Anderson, the same director and producer of Best Picture Oscar nominee 'Toy Story 3' (2010), with 'Coco' (2017) being Lee's second directorial effort, and Darla's fifth producal effort. Both of these films had a film directed by John Lasseter come next.
The title's change in Brazil In Brazil, the title name was changed to "Viva", for the original title "Coco" could be easily mistaken by the Portuguese word "cocô", which means "shit".
Changes on the title Formerly referred to as 'Dia de los Muertos'.
The release This is Pixar's seventh film to release in November and fifth to release on Thanksgiving.
Pixar's ranking Pixar's 19th feature film.
The last of this decade This is Pixar's last original film of the 2010s, the next films in this decade (Los increíbles 2 (2018) and Toy Story 4 (2019)) are sequels.
Directors on Thanksgiving This is Pixar's second film released on Thanksgiving to not be directed by John Lasseter, and the first one released on Thanksgiving to have Lee Unkrich as the main director, after having been the simply the co-director of Toy Story 2 (1999).
Originality comes back since 'The Good Dinosaur' Pixar's first original film since 'The Good Dinosaur' (2015), as their other films of 'Finding Dory' (2016) and 'Cars 3' (2017) were sequels.
The same release as 'Toy Story' The film released on the same day as Pixar's first film 'Toy Story' (1995), 22 years prior. It's also Pixar's second film to release the same day as one of their previous films, the first being 'El viaje de Arlo' (2015), which was released the same day 'Bichos: Una aventura en miniatura' (1998) did 17 years prior to that.