Watching Pixar Build Coco's Land of the Dead Is Another Great Reason to Revisit the Studio's Most Beautiful Film

Even though we know every last frame came out of a giant rack of computers, Coco is no less spectacular to watch. It’s arguably one of Pixar’s most beautiful animated films, and this brief behind-the-scenes look at how the movie’s colorful Land of the Dead was built only adds another level of awe to the experience.

Get a Taste of Coco as a Full-Fledged Musical With This Original Opening Number

Disney Pixar’s Coco is more of a movie with music than a musical, but during its earlier stages of development, it was going to be a full-blown songified romp through the Land of the Dead. After seeing the early plans for the opening number, all I can say is I’m thrilled it ended up changing. As Miguel’s abuelita…

All the Garbage I Had to Sit Through Before I Watched Coco

When a new Pixar film arrives, it’s usually accompanied by a charming animated short. I loved these shorts growing up—sometimes they’re even better than the feature they precede. That’s why it was so hard to watch as Disney scrapped the tradition and instead spat out a never-ending ad for Frozen merchandise last night…

The Long Journey to Make Pixar's Dia de los Muertos Movie Coco

Pixar’s latest film, Coco, changed so much over the course of its production, its makers couldn’t come up with a title for it. “We didn’t know what we were going to call the film for a very long time,” director Lee Unkrich told io9. “We made lists of hundreds of different titles to try and figure out what it could be. …

Our First Look at Samuel L. Jackson's Return to the Unbreakable Universe

The Metal Gear Solid movie has found a writer. Guillermo del Toro’s plans for a Pinocchio movie are dead. A Stranger Things star could be headed to Narnia. Plus, new footage from Coco, Chadwick Boseman on Black Panther’s tech-genius sister, and The Flash’s Elongated Man in costume. Spoilers, go!

Avengers 4 Could Include New Flashbacks to the Very First Avengers

Shazam might have found its villain. Legendary Pictures producer Cale Boyter dashes hopes of a Pacific Rim/Godzilla/Kong crossover. Wayward Pines is no more. Ben Barnes cryptically confirms his return to Westworld. Plus, a new clip from Coco, and meet four mysterious new characters from Agents of SHIELD’s next season.…