After the clips, Anthony Gonzalez and Benjamin Bratt took to the stage for a performance of "Remember Me," a new song written for the film.Pixar Animation unveiled never-before-seen footage of their nineteenth film, “Coco,” before an excited crowd at Disney’s D23 Expo at the Anaheim Convention Center.After the clips, Anthony Gonzalez and Benjamin Bratt took to the stage for a performance of “Remember Me,” a new song written for the film.The D23 animation presentation was hosted by Walt Disney Studios Chairman Alan Horn and “Toy Story” director and Disney Animation/Pixar chief creative officer John Lasseter.
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