Disney's new Pixar animation film, Coco, opens in theaters tomorrow and folks in the valley have the option of watching it in Spanish.
The movie is based on the Mexican Day of the Dead holiday and follows the adventures of a 12-year old boy who finds himself surrounded by ancestors in the afterlife.
The Hollywood Reporter says Coco could open to between 55 and 60 million dollars, with deadline adding it could trend as high as $65 million over the long holiday weekend.
The movie is already the highest grossing film of all time in Mexico, where it is approaching $50 million in just over three weeks.
The valley theaters that will be showing the film in Spanish are in Dinuba, Merced, Selma, Porterville, Tulare and Visalia.
For a full list of theater locations click here.