So, Pixar's latest movie, Coco, hits US theaters today.
The movie's name comes from the character Mama Coco, who is Miguel's great-grandmother.
Except, in Brazil, Pixar had to tweak the name just a little...
...because in Brazil, it turns out that the word cocô means "poop."
Which means they had to change Mama Coco's name, too, since you can't really have a "Gram Gram Poop" situation.
Instead, in the Brazilian version of the movie, Miguel's great-grandmother is named Lupita.
So this is all to say that, while the rest of the world is probably sobbing over the gorgeous Coco movie and its promos, Brazilians see something a little different...
This post was translated from Spanish.