From the largest elephant to the smallest shrew, the city of Zootopia is a mammal metropolis where various animals live and thrive. When Judy Hopps becomes the first rabbit to join the police force, she quickly learns how tough it is to enforce the law. Determined to prove herself, Judy jumps at the opportunity to solve a mysterious case. Unfortunately, that means working with Nick Wilde, a wily fox who makes her job even harder.Written by
In earlier versions of the script, Nick was the son of a tailor and was always sharply dressed in a suit and tie, while his friend Finnick wore the Hawaiian shirt. With the change in focus, not only was Finnick's role drastically changed, but Nick was given the Hawaiian shirt to make him look more relaxed and laid back. See more »
Most of the bovids (cattle family) in the film, such as Chief Bogo and Yax, display a full set of human-like teeth. In reality, bovids lack upper incisors, so no upper teeth would be visible when they talk/smile. See more »
Fear. Treachery. Bloodlust. Thousands of years ago, these were the forces that ruled our world. A world where prey were scared of predators. And predators had an uncontrollable, biological urge to maim and maul and...
[acting in a talent show, a small animal in a tiger costume attacks Young Hopps]
[throws red confetti into the air as if it's coming out of her body]
Blood! Blood! Blood!
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The first Disney animated picture, excluding Pixar, to feature the 'Disney Presents' credit since Winnie the Pooh, which was also the last to feature its full name 'Walt Disney Pictures Presents'. See more »
Peter Moosebridge's portrayal differs based on each region's version of the film. In the American, British, Canadian, French, and Russian versions, he remains a moose. In the Brazilian version, he's a jaguar named Onçardo Boi Chá, voiced by Brazilian journalist Ricardo Boechat who anchors Jornal da Band on Rede Bandeirantes. In the Japanese version, he's a tanuki/japanese raccoon dog. In the Australian and New Zealand versions, he's a koala named David Koalabell, voiced by Australian entertainer David Campbell. In the Chinese version, he's a panda. See more »
Performed by Shakira
Written by Sia (as Sia Furler), Tor Erik Hermansen (as Tor Erik Hermansen) and Mikkel Storleer Eriksen
Produced by Stargate for 45th & 3rd Music LLC
Arranged by Espen Lind and Amund Bjorklund
Recorded by Mikkel Storleer Eriksen & Miles Walker for 45th & 3rd Music LLC at Westlake Recording Studios, Los Angeles, CA & by Mike Anderson at The Hide Out Studios, London
Shakira vocals recorded by Dave Clauss
Mixed by Phil Tan for RiotProof Productions at Ninja Club Studios, Atlanta, GA
Additional & Assistant Engineering by Daniela Rivera
Shakira appears courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment See more »
Ingenious and subversive, but just a start
Disney certainly has its mojo back. This movie managed to be original, hilarious and brilliant storytelling...not only that, but it was pretty ingenious/subversive commentary too. I wish that they would have done more to address systemic oppression rather than just individual stereotypes, but it was intended to be a conversation starter (as opposed to the entire conversation). Certainly a movie that is worth re-watching and discussing.
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