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Of all the random references that occur inside Disney’s Zootopia, one of our favorite’s was the great Godfather send up by way of an organized crime running rodent. It turns out there was a lot more to it than a simple size joke.
If there’s one thing that Disney does as well as animation it’s music. While their latest film, Zootopia, is not a traditional musical, they still had a need for a top pop star to lend their voice to the film, and here's how they landed Shakira.
With the upcoming animated feature Zootopia, the folks at Walt Disney Animation Pictures have built a giant and diverse world filled with all kinds of anthropomorphic animals. It’s a jam packed world that the lead characters will traverse to solve a mystery, but one side effect of this is that the production wasn’t able to utilize three other fantastic ideas.
Over the course of its runtime, Walt Disney Animation’s new film Zootopia will play out the story of a bunny cop and a fox con man who team up to try and solve a case – but the truth is that there is a lot more to the movie than just that.
With Pixar releasing two movies in 2015, Walt Disney Animation Studios is taking the year off from the big screen… but they will quickly be back in action in early 2016. This is when the brand new feature Zootopia is set to come out around the world, and from the look of the footage we saw this past Friday, it’s a movie for which we should all be very excited.
While there has been talk of a sequel to Wreck-It Ralph even since the first one smashed box office records, it’s been a little while since we’ve heard anything about it. That has now changed.
With the movie reaching DVD and Blu-ray, Moore explains that he’s anxious to attempt a sequel, and could pull some of those forgotten characters – as well as new realms inspired by popular games, into a second film.
Wreck-It Ralph has been one of the biggest hits of the fall season, already netting more than $200 million worldwide on the power of family audiences, with kids attracted to the candy-colored world and parents getting nostalgic for the video games of their youth. When you've got a movie that's such a big hit
Director Rich Moore has spent his entire career working with some truly brilliant animated material, but has never really gotten the recognition he deserves. Working in the industry since the late 80s and holding a number of positions, his career on television has included a number of great shows, including both The Simpsons and Futurama.
It didn't make the most noise at Comic Con or have the most star-studded panel, but Disney's animated film Wreck-It Ralph had one of the best receptions of any film at Comic Con this year, with the audience laughing constantly at clips from the adventure about the villain of an 8-bit video game
Last summer I had the chance to attend the D23 Convention in Anaheim, California and during the big movie presentation I was treated to a first look at the new animated Disney film Wreck-It Ralph. The footage was from the very beginning of the film and featured the title character, voiced by John C. Reilly, explaining what life is like as a video game villain. It is eventually revealed that he is attending a "Villains Anonymous" meeting...
I got to see a lot of great footage from a lot of awesome movies last summer at the Disney convention D23, but some of the best stuff I saw was from the upcoming animated film Wreck-It Ralph. Set in the video game world, the movie centers on a villain character (voice by John C. Reilly) who wants nothing more than to become a hero for once. Ralph is an ogre-ish character who destroys buildings in the eponymous game, but that's not the only game featured in the movie.