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Ally Brooke's Reaction To Meeting Coco's Anthony Gonzalez is Priceless

Ally Brooke's Reaction To Meeting Coco's Anthony Gonzalez is Priceless

Ally Brooke got the opportunity to meet Anthony Gonzalez, the voice behind Miguel in Coco, and her reaction was priceless!

The former Fifth Harmony singer shared the meeting on her Instagram this afternoon and it was just so cute to watch.

Coco meant so much to me and my family! You definitely had me feeling ‘Un poco loco’,” Ally wrote of the meeting.

Both Ally and Anthony were in Chicago to participate in WE Day.

Coco, which won the Oscar for Best Animated Feature, is actually coming to Netflix next month. So keep your eyes opened for it!

'Coco's Best Original Song Win at Oscars Makes Songwriter Robert Lopez a Double EGOT Winner

'Coco's Best Original Song Win at Oscars Makes Songwriter Robert Lopez a Double EGOT Winner

Coco not only picked up two awards at the 2018 Academy Awards last night — but it also did something else amazing.

It made songwriter Robert Lopez, who wrote “Remember Me” with wife Kristina Anderson-Lopez, a double EGOT winner!

An EGOT honor is a distinction given to those who have won an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony award — and Robert, has done it twice!

Robert actually won his first Oscar, also with his wife, for the song “Let It Go” from Frozen, and then added two Daytime Emmy awards for his work on the animated children’s series Wonder Pets.

His three Grammys are for Best Musical Theater Album (Book of Mormon), Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media (Frozen) and Best Song Written for Visual Media (“Let It Go”); and he’s actually won every Tony he’s been nominated for too; three in total.

Pretty impressive, right? But, then you can add that Robert is the youngest person ever to complete an EGOT, and the quickest to win all four awards — 10 years.

If you missed it, check out the spectacular “Remember Me” performance from the Oscars below!

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Oscars 2018: What Films Are Nominated For Best Animated Feature?

Oscars 2018: What Films Are Nominated For Best Animated Feature?

The 2018 Academy Awards are TONIGHT and we are so excited about the Best Animated Feature category!

We love, love, love animated movies and a handful of our favorites are up for the golden trophy.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of all our favorite movies

In previous years, Frozen, Big Hero 6, Wall-E, The Incredibles, and our all-time favorite Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit, have won the big award.

Last year’s winner was Disney’s Zootopia.

Click inside to see all the movies up for Best Animated Feature at the 2018 Oscars…

Disney's New Film 'Coco' Comes To Bluray & DVD in February!

Disney's New Film 'Coco' Comes To Bluray & DVD in February!

So excited to announce that Disney’s latest movie, Coco, is coming out on Bluray and DVD so soon!

The newest animated movie, which centers on a 12-year-old aspiring musician’s extraordinary journey to the magical land of his ancestors, will be out on Digital and Movies Anywhere on February 13th.

The week after, the movie will hit shelves and On-Demand.

Features on the Bluray include deleted scenes, go to Mexico with the filmmakers for a history lesson on Da de los Muertos; explore the essential role of music in “Coco;” and learn how the cast and crew personally connect with the film’s message.

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Movie Goers Did Not Love 'Olaf's Frozen Adventure' As Much As They Thought They Would

Movie Goers Did Not Love 'Olaf's Frozen Adventure' As Much As They Thought They Would

Just before Coco hit theaters, not only was there excitement for the movie itself, which celebrates the Day of the Dead and Mexican culture — but also for the short film ahead of it, Olaf’s Frozen Adventure.

But just after a few days, movie goers were not loving it at all. In fact, they kind of hated it.

The biggest complaint of all was that it was NOT short at all — it was 21 minutes long, which definitely beats all the other Disney Pixar and Disney short films out there by a mile.

“Is there an option to watch coco without the frozen movie??? @Disney just couldn’t let brown people have their moment,” one movie goer wrote.

Another adds, “Went to watch Coco, super adorbs! But that 20min Frozen “preview” was torturous.”

Reddit users definitely had some opinions about it too:

TELL JJJ: Did you go and see Coco? What did you think of Olaf’s Frozen Adventure?

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