5 things to know about Disney-Pixar's 'Coco'

The movie's story is based on the Mexican holiday of Día de Muertos.

— -- Take a little bit of music, a whole lot of fun and mix in a bit of drama and you’ve got the recipe for the newest Disney/Pixar film, “Coco.”

If you’re planning to take in the animated adventure with family and friends, there are some things you should know before you go.

1. Newcomer Anthony Gonzalez plays Miguel

The young actor, Anthony Gonzalez, is the same age as his character and this is his first leading role. Gonzalez has made television appearances on "Criminal Minds" and "Beyond Borders."

2. The film centers around Dia de los Muertos

3. Benjamin Bratt is the voice of the great Ernesto de la Cruz

Benjamin Bratt called his character “the Mexican Frank Sinatra."

"This is a guy who is as famous for his singing as he is for his star turns in Mexican cinema. The problem is, he’s dead,” Bratt told ABC News.

4. You won’t forget the song “Remember Me”

You can watch the lyric video clip of “Remember Me” here:

5. "Coco" is heavy on family and tradition

“Coco” hits theaters everywhere tomorrow.

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