Pixar will head to the Land of the Dead in its upcoming movie, “Coco.”

Two months after the first trailer was released, Pixar unveiled the complete list of actors who will lend their voices to the animated film. According to Entertainment Weekly, “Coco” will feature an all-Latino cast, including “Jane the Virgin” star Jaime Camil as the lead character’s dad.

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Anthony Gonzalez will lend his voice to Miguel Rivera, a 12-year-old boy who loves music. Unfortunately, his parents have banned all things melodic not only for their son, but for everyone in the family. Renee Victor will voice Miguel’s Abuelita and Ana Ofelia Murguia will voice Miguel’s grandmother, Mama Coco, according to Entertainment Weekly.

At one point, Miguel and his dog, Dante, find themselves transported from their hometown to the Land of the Dead. While there, the lead character teams up with Hector (Gael Garcia Bernal), a trickster who will help Miguel track down his late musical idol, Ernest de la Cruz (Benjamin Bratt).

Sofia Espinosa will lend her voice as Miguel’s mom, and Luis Valdez will voice Miguel’s uncle. While at the Land of the Dead, Miguel gets the chance to reunite with his long-lost relatives who have passed on. This includes his great-great-grandmother, Mama Imelda (Alanna Ubach), his twin uncles ,Tio Oscar and Tio Felipe (Herbert Siguenza), his aunt, Tia Rosita (Selena Luna) and great-grandfather, Papa Julio (Alfonso Arau).

Disney Pixar also dropped the official teaser for “Coco.” The colorful poster shows Miguel carrying his guitar on his back. His dog, Dante, is walking excitedly beside him. The poster also revealed that “Coco” will be available in 3D, and it will be released in the United States on Nov. 22. “Toy Story” 3 director Lee Unkrich helmed the film, and it was directed by Adrian Molina and produced by Darla K. Anderson.

Meanwhile, a second teaser for “Coco” is rumored to be released sometime this month. According to Trailer Track, the second promo may be unveiled ahead of the official premiere date for “Cars 3.” “Coco” will also serve as Pixar’s second film for 2017.

A promo poster for Disney-Pixar’s “Coco” movie. Disney/Pixar