NPR Audio: ‘The Book of Life’ is spooky fun for whole familia

by Chale Knickerbocker on October 14, 2014 in Audio, Cultura, El Now

bol150The Book Of Life movie premiere was this weekend, and POCHO Jefe-in-Chief Lalo Alcaraz was there. He thinks it is a beautiful, lush and fun familia film.

Lalo spoke to National Public Radio’s national reporter Mandalit del Barco after the film.

Check out this brilliant report that explains the origins of the pelicula and features writer and director Jorge Gutierrez, executive producer Guillermo del Toro and Lalo at the end, talking about the whole Disney/Pixar Day of the Dead trademark flap.


Viva Muerto Mouse!

{ 1 comment }

Douglas Varela October 16, 2014 at 3:36 PM

Hey Lalo como estas?
Not sure if you knew that my brother, Simon V. Varela, was the production designer for
“The Book of Life” and that the sculptures and sets were all constructed in El Salvador at his studio. Jorge and my brother started working on the artwork and design for this project about six years ago and it’s so cool to see all their hard work payoff.

I’ve attached a couple of reviews, not sure if you’ve seen them yet.
Check out some of his artwork on facebook

Cuidate hombre,


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