Pixar’s Coco released its final trailer on Monday afternoon, and it gave one last glorious preview of the Land of the Dead, along with Miguel’s adventures in learning more about his family’s history.

The trailer shows Miguel (voiced by Anthony Gonzalez) challenging some of the family norms ahead of the annual Day of the Dead celebration. He first draws audible gasps from everyone else at the table during a dinner gathering when he politely rejects an additional helping of the meal. Later, he says, “I am not like the rest of my family. There’s something that makes me different!”

Shortly thereafter, the trailer takes viewers to the Land of the Dead, giving a visually-enchanting look at Miguel navigating through this world and trying to get home before sunrise. It also previews Miguel’s aspirations to become a musician.

Previous trailers for the forthcoming animated Pixar film featuring an all-Latino voice cast also boasted stunning visuals, and the most recent and final trailer only continues to build the excitement surrounding its impending release.

Pixar’s Coco will hit theaters on Wednesday, Nov. 22. You can buy tickets here.

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