Watch: First trailer for Pixar's new film, Coco

Miguel wants to be a musician – but his family has banned music for generations.

Hurray! We have another Pixar film to look forward to.

On Wednesday, Disney released a teaser trailer for their latest Pixar film, Coco.

According to Disney's website, it's the story a 12-year-boy named Miguel who dreams of becoming an accomplished musician – but his family has a generations-old ban on music.

Why would his family ban music? Well, Miguel must go on an epic adventure to find out, obviously.

With his trusty dog Dante by his side, the boy sets off on a journey in the "Land of the Dead" to unlock the truth behind his family's history.

Coco is directed by Lee Unkrich (who also directed Toy Story 3), and the lead character is voiced by newcomer Anthony Gonzalez, Disney said.

Other actors lending their voices to the film include Benjamin Bratt, who plays Miguel's music idol, Ernesto de la Cruz, and Gael García Bernal.

Without further adieu, here's the teaser trailer:

Coco opens in theaters in 3-D on November 22.

If you want to learn about how a Pixar movie is made, check out this exhibit coming to the Science Museum this summer.

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