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11 Gifts For The ‘Coco’ Fan In Your Family

Coco” is clearly the box office darling of the holiday season (until “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” comes out), which means there are lots of “Coco” fans out there. If you’ve got a hardcore “Coco” fan in your family, we’re going to make your Christmas shopping a little easier. We’ve rounded up the cutest gifts to give to “Coco” fanatics — even if that means you!

“Remember Me” Lotería Game – $14.99

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Play Loteria the Coco way with this “Remember Me” Spanish edition game.

“Coco”-Inspired Mouse Ears – price varies

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These are perfect to wear to your Disneyland outing, and you can probably bet no one else will have these. But hurry, they’re selling fast.

Miguel’s Guitar – $34.99

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Even if you don’t have an inkling of musical aspirations, you can use this adorable guitar and pretend to be Miguel.

“Coco” Deluxe Figurine Set – $19.95

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If you can’t decide which “Coco” figure to buy, why not go with a set that includes the most prominent characters in the movie? This collection features two sets of Miguels (with and without face paint), two Dantes (regular and alebrije), Hector, Mamá Imelda, Ernesto de la Cruz AND Pepita. Not bad.

“Coco” Original Motion Picture Soundtrack – $13.95

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There’s so many amazing songs in “Coco” — “Remember Me,” “Un Poco Loco,” “La Llorona” — so give the gift of music with the soundtrack. Want more? Try the Spanish-language soundtrack, which includes “El Corrido de Miguel Rivera” by Bronco.

Crochet Dante The Dog Doll – $5.00

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Look at that tongue! A crochet Dante is not just for kids but for anyone that loves Miguel’s best friend.

“Coco” Backpack – $19.99

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The backpack, good for kids or adults, features embroidery and fringe trim details and measures 12-inch x 10-inch x 5-inch.

3D Bottle Cap Christmas Ornament – $7.99

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Sure, combining Día de los Muertos and Christmas may be a bit strange, but your Christmas tree could be a lot more festive with these ornaments.

“Recuerdame” Phone Case – $56.95

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This would make a cool tattoo, but you can save your money by getting this phone case instead.

 Skull Calavera Set – $9.99

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Coloring books may have been all the rage last year, but this year it’s all about creating your own calavera.

Mamá Imelda “Mama Knows Best” Mug – $16.95

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If you give this mug to your mom, you’ll be her angel forever.

READ: Pixar Fans Are Getting Very Emotional After It Was Announced That ‘Coco’ Will Make It To The US In Spanish

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From His Feelings On 'Coco' To His Favorite Tequila Guillermo Del Toro Spilled The Beans In This Reddit AMA

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From His Feelings On ‘Coco’ To His Favorite Tequila Guillermo Del Toro Spilled The Beans In This Reddit AMA

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This week, Guillermo Del Toro, the visionary director behind “Hellboy,” “Pacific Rim,” “Pan’s Labyrinth,” took to Reddit to do an AMA (ask me anything), where fans can ask questions and get responses in real time. Nerds and geeks of all kinds tuned into to get their chance to ask the monster-loving genius a question or two about his past films, future projects, and his upcoming film, “The Shape of Water.”

Del Toro posted a photo on Twitter to prove that it was indeed him on Reddit.

A man of few words, but big ideas.

Right off the bat, one of the cool questions  was about the animated film “Coco.”

Del Toro clearly enjoyed the film, saying that not only did he love the movie and its success, but that the more it succeeds, the more stories like it can also succeed. It sounds like he believes that some art can open the doors for other types of art to thrive.

This 17-year-old high school student is already worrying about their future and asked Del Toro about his life experiences.

The major takeaway from Del Toro? Patience, young padawan. Hang tight, have life experiences and let that inform where you go. Wise!

This “young Mexican filmmaker” was asking the important questions: where’s the money at?

Del Toro’s advice: don’t give up. He was knocking on doors for 4 years to get the money for his film. I bet his knuckles hurt.

One Redditor asked about Del Toro working with Michael Shannon, one of the leads from “The Shape Of Water.”

Shannon, to no ones surprise, is clearly intense. Del Toro wasn’t worried. To him, his Mexican upbringing has prepared him plenty for what life has to throw his way.

And finally what does Del Toro like to do in his down time? Tequila!

The man clearly has a drink of choice and hopefully Patron knows how much he loves them and they send him jugs of it.

Check out the rest of the Reddit AMA to see what other questions he answered and insight he gave. The Shape of Water is now in theaters.


READ: Mexican Director Guillermo del Toro Helped Design The Bottle For This $400 Tequila


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