Walt Disney Animation officially announced their new animated musical during the big investors meeting today. The film is called Encanto, and it’s described a movie full of magical realism, focusing on a family in Colombia. Find out what we know about the movie below. Read More »
The next movie we get from Walt Disney Animation Studios is Raya and the Last Dragon. Originally slated for release in November, the coronavirus pandemic forced a schedule change that pushed it back to March 2021. We haven’t even seen a trailer for this movie yet, but we’re already getting details on the original animated movie that will come after that.
That movie is currently going by the title Encanto and it comes from Zootopia directing duo Byron Howard and Jared Bush and co-writer/co-director Charise Castro Smith. The film will not only follow in the footsteps of Moana and Raya and the Last Dragon by following a woman of color in the lead, but it will have some traditional Disney magic at the center of it. Read More »
Cyclops Print Works is releasing two cool print releases today: Summer in Zootopia by Byron Howard, the director of Zootopia as well as Eric Tan’s Jungle Book letterpress. Cyclops Print Works has given us the exclusive debut of both of these new prints. Hit the jump to see the pieces and find out how you can own one or both of these.
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Posted on Tuesday, November 15th, 2016 by Angie Han
Lin-Manuel Miranda has kept himself busy since leaving the Hamilton stage this summer, in a large part by teaming up with Disney. He’s composed music for this month’s Moana, will co-star in Mary Poppins Returns, and even signed up to help out with the live-action remake of The Little Mermaid. And the relationship won’t stop there. Miranda has revealed he’s working with Zootopia co-director Byron Howard on a new animated film. Read More »
At the conclusion of Finding Dory, I was surprised to see Wreck-It Ralph/Zootopia director Rich Moore‘s name listed in the special thanks section of the film’s credits. I decided to ask Finding Dory director Andrew Stanton about it and the fascinating story that followed gives us some insight into how the Disney/Pixar creative ecosystem works, and how the creative heads of each company help push each other to create better stories. What’s the story behind that Rich Moore Finding Dory credit? Find out, after the jump.
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Walt Disney Animation Studio’s Zootopia hits Blu-ray, DVD and VOD this week, and along with that we’re getting our first look at the deleted scenes that didn’t make the final film. Also ScreenJunkies have released their latest honest trailer which lampoons Zootopia. Watch the Zootopia deleted scenes and honest trailer now after the jump.
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We often talk about how Walt Disney Animation Studios surprises us. No one expected Frozen to be the monster hit and cultural phenomenon that it became, and I don’t think anyone thought Zootopia would become one of the highest grossing films of 2016. But what might surprise you is that Zootopia is now the second biggest original movie ever released.
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We have two great points to share with you today, one exclusive reveal of a Zootopia print from Cyclops Print Works and the other is an epic Rocky print from Gabz, who we’ve featured many times in the past. Hit the jump to see them both and find out how to get them on your wall.
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Disney’s Zootopia is already one of the most successful films of the year. The film has raked in over $786 million worldwide and it’s one of the best reviewed films of the year with a 98% on Rotten Tomatoes. If you haven’t gone to see it yet, you’re missing out on one of Disney’s best animated films. Personally, I even think it’s better than Frozen, Tangled, Wreck-It Ralph and Big Hero 6.
If you’ve already seen Zootopia, then you might want to check out a fantastic 45-minute documentary that takes you behind the scenes, showing how the movie evolved during the two years of production that a team from Fusion spent at Walt Disney Animation studios. It’s a thorough and fascinating look at how an animated movie is made and how Zootopia changed during that process.
Watch the Imagining Zootopia documentary after the jump. Read More »
Posted on Friday, April 1st, 2016 by Angie Han
Unlike their Star Wars or Marvel movies, Disney’s animated features don’t fit into a single shared universe. They do, however, very often reference each other, via sneaky little Easter eggs. Even their latest, Zootopia, gets in on the fun, despite taking place in a universe where human beings don’t actually exist. We told you about one of Zootopia‘s many Easter eggs back before the film even hit theaters, and now that it’s actually out, several more have been discovered. Below, check out some of the Zootopia Easter eggs you might have missed. Read More »