Coco has been making its voice known around the world since its initial release last October – it has since earned an impressive number of accolades, from leading the way in the Annie Awards nominations (with 13 in total), to most recently winning the Golden Globe for Best Animated Feature Film and the Critics’ Choice Awards for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song (Remember Me).
Soon, we’ll be able to watch this award-winning movie at home. Pixar just revealed the dates for its digital and Blu-ray releases in the US. Coco will be available digitally and on Movies Anywhere on February 13th, two weeks before you can pick up the Blu-ray on February 27th. You can watch the trailer Pixar released alongside this news below:
In this world and the next, family is forever. Golden Globe winner #PixarCoco comes to digital & Movies Anywhere Feb. 13 and Blu-ray Feb. 27. Pre-order: https://t.co/imaNz87QXf pic.twitter.com/nMmknwUm84
— Pixar (@Pixar) January 12, 2018
Tags: Blu-ray, Coco, DVD, news, Pixar Last modified: January 12, 2018
The Blu-ray and digital releases will include a number of bonus features as usual – we can all look forward to hearing the filmmaker commentary with directors Lee Unkrich and Adrian Molina and producer Darla K. Anderson. We can learn about the background of Coco through multiple featurettes, and gain an even better insight into Pixar’s film-making process with some deleted scenes introduced by Unkrich and Molina.
We have just over a month to wait until we can have the luxury of being able to watch Coco as many times in a row as we want… You can pre-order right now.
Sigh…it would be nice if those of us who get the BlueRay via pre-order could get our digital copy when the digital comes out, rather than having to wait for the box to arrive before we can use the card inside it. I hate the idea of paying for it twice just to see it two weeks earlier.