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Anonymous 2016-03-09 03:58:00 No.80578818

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http://www.cinemablend.com/new/What-Zootopia-2-Should-About-According-Cast-116987.html

Goodwin, who voices Officer Judy Hopps, wanted to see the script flipped just a bit, saying:
>You and I know what happens at the end of the movie, and I would like them to along on this adventure in their new roles. But because they are playing new roles, I would also like to see Nick [Wilde] have to be the one to convince Judy [Hopps] that the world is worth fighting for.

Jason Bateman played it a little more straight.
He said that now the Nick and Judy are partners on the force, he’d prefer to see this:
>The two of us, kicking ass out there. Cleaning up the streets. We’re a couple of new cops out there. So, bad guys, be warned.


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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:04:22 No.80578978
>what it should be about
>what the VA's said they want

These are not synonymous.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:06:05 No.80579022
>>80578818
I want to fuck that rabbit.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:06:51 No.80579033
>>80578978
Which is why it says "according to the cast"

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:08:49 No.80579085
Like all disney sequels, Zootopia 2 will be about finding love.

/FRZ/ on death watch when Elsa gains some no name shitty boy toy, and noone ever calls her Queen in Frozen 2, Anna and Kristoff have one line apiece as Sven and Olaff take up most of the movie playing matchmaker.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:11:37 No.80579141
>>80579085
There was already some weird interspecies sexual tension

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:14:49 No.80579193
>>80578818
I want to see the side of cops no one sees, the gritty, underground world of Paperwork

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:18:18 No.80579267
>>80579193
WOULD YOU
A)Like to see Nick and Judy get into an EXCITING SHOOT OUT with SMUGGLERS
or
B)Skip ahead to them filing necessary damage reports in triplicate?

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:18:57 No.80579281
>>80579193
What little kids are going to want to see that?

I don't even think parents would want to see that

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:20:13 No.80579301
>>80579281
The kind of kid that wants to grow up to be an actuary.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:20:32 No.80579308
>>80578818
>The two of us, kicking ass out there. Cleaning up the streets.

Fuckin' A, I like the sounds of that. Rabbits kicking ass...

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:20:49 No.80579314
anyone else tired of cgi movies where the entire movie is just about the setting, and the setting is nonsense? what little there is of a divisible plot is just stockstandard in the extreme

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:21:47 No.80579335
>>80579267
>Zootopia 2 comes out
>it's just furry End of Watch

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:23:29 No.80579374
>>80579193
Its called Hot Fuzz, and it already exists.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:24:10 No.80579389
Honestly, I want the sequel to follow completely different characters. That's not to say Nick and Judy can't show up. I just want to see a new story.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:24:47 No.80579404
>>80579308
Those poor poor bunnies, death by chocolate

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:26:55 No.80579450
>>80579389
NO
I want them to cement Judy and Nick as more than just friends
I NEED THIS

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:27:27 No.80579463
>>80578818
I want the sequel to have kissing

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:28:39 No.80579492
>>80579450
Okay. But they won't do it, though.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:29:21 No.80579506
>>80579463
Or at least holding hands with interlocking fingers.
fuck

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:29:48 No.80579515
>>80578818
I want the sequel to have reptiles, avians, and insects as well

maybe fish. mmmmaybe

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:29:49 No.80579517
>>80579463
If they kissed it would probably be in some typical Disney movie grandiose fashion, when what would probably be more natural for them is that they're just sitting on the couch together shooting the shit one night and they suddenly find themselves making out.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:30:00 No.80579520
>>80579492
What disney franchise/movie hasn't ended with the main couple getting married?

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:30:25 No.80579527
>>80579492
and they won't focus on different characters, so I guess we're both shit out of luck
buy mine has a better chance

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:30:50 No.80579537
>>80579506
dude thats fucking sick. do you kiss your mother with that mouth? goddamn degenerate motherfucker

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:31:23 No.80579544
>>80579450
I want their relationship to remain ambiguous. Forever.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:31:36 No.80579548
>>80579506
>holding hands with interlocking fingers.
Jesus Christ anon you fucking sicko

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:32:02 No.80579562
>>80579520
Hunchback of Notre Dame

>>80579527
D-damnit...

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:32:10 No.80579566
>>80579463
They wont be able to animate that, look at their muzzles, shit would look stupid.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:34:11 No.80579614
>>80578818
Why is she so cute?

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:34:28 No.80579619
>>80579566
>An army of trained CGI animators can render an entire ocean of water and every ripple on their cloths and every tuff of fur on their face
>But kissing is too hard

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:35:04 No.80579638
>>80579281
Paperwork can be fun if you do it right.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5QIUYg5M6w

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:35:11 No.80579645
>>80579619
Frozen couldn't get ponytails to work

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:37:21 No.80579687
>>80579566
Isn't muzzle kissing a solved problem? I thought the furries figured that all out ages ago.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:38:19 No.80579705
>>80579645
The difference is that Frozen was poorly done on the visual aspect.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:38:29 No.80579710
I just want to see more explanation of Nick's backstory, like what happened after the scouts scene, how he met Finnick, what happened to his mother and why he lives under the bridge
Of course I would want to also see Sahara Square shown off as well since that one was absent compared to the rest

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:38:44 No.80579713
>>80579517
>Movie wraps up, the bad guy is locked up.
>It ends with them finally getting around to watching that movie they talked about earlier
>Last second is Judy giving Nick a peck on the cheek
>Cut to black

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:43:29 No.80579809
>>80579713
I'd be happy with this.

Fuck, even if the franchise ended with it i'd be okay. As long as some form of 'I love you' was said

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:44:19 No.80579825
>>80579619
Shit would look weird anon. Either they would do it so that we'd only see the back of their head when they're kissing or we'd get something like this...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfFWieEBQJc

I honestly prefer >>80579506

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:44:39 No.80579831
>>80579645
The Frozen we got was basically made in about a year, and was being worked on right up until release.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:44:39 No.80579832
>>80579809
>As long as some form of 'I love you' was said

You mean like the end of the movie

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:45:36 No.80579849
>>80579809
Didn't they already cover that in the ending of this movie?

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:46:43 No.80579868
>>80579832
I guess, but muh clear romantic intent

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:48:02 No.80579894
I don't know what the movie is going to be but I kind of want a scene like this in the sequel.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOPx4s0sxfU

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:48:13 No.80579898
>>80579868
We have testimony from a Kraut that the German dub it a little more clear what they meant

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:49:56 No.80579927
>>80578818
I want more info on Bellwether. I feel she was underutilized and not given enough backstory.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:50:52 No.80579943
>>80579898
I don't think I'd consider a translated script canon.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:51:04 No.80579948
>>80579335
>That's what happens when you fuck with the police

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:51:42 No.80579962
I want to see a sequel that revolves around the walls. Like something shuts down the walls that create the artificial biomes.The crisis creates criminals who are really people just trying to get by as Zootopia reverts to its natural climate. It's a kid friendly disaster movie. It might be too dark because those movies come with an implied loss of life, but if we can shrug and assume that the mayor isn't lion when he says that everyone is evacuated, it'll be okay.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:51:56 No.80579966
I just dont see them as a romantic couple.

They're the kind of couple that just enjoys being together, that gets married without telling anyone and can't stand having to go through the motions of more normal relationships for other people, the kind that can't really muster a lot of passion but can't function without the other, the kind that feels like they're two elderly people rather than young hotshots.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:52:09 No.80579969
>>80579825
They could do a peck, it doesn't have to be a full makeout session.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:52:32 No.80579981
>>80579619
Meh.. Nick would have to pucker up like he did when he kissed Mr.Big's ring.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:55:32 No.80580043
>>80579033
Sooo... it's a literal fluff piece?

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:56:29 No.80580067
Where the writefaggotry at? I've already read Sad Judy, it was too melodramatic and out of character, I need my fix.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 04:58:00 No.80580101
The sequel will focus on Nick, Judy, and 2 new characters.

The new characters are the son of an innocent man who had his life ruined by being accused of a crime and basically be labeled "Guilty" for his entire case until the very end where critical evidence makes it clear he didn't do it, and the son of the former police chief who tried to label him as guilty.

Together they're working to find the actual criminal for that crime before the statue of limitations (20 years) runs out.

At the start of the 3rd act The innocent man's son dies because he was actually working with one of the villains, who ices him because he thinks he was going to betray him, when in reality, the innocent man's son was literally going to betray everyone because of how disillusioned and angry he was over the destruction of is Father's life and his own life. He was going to basically set up Nick, Judy and the other son all to be working with the villain and was not going to back down and the only reason they don't have their lives ruined is because the villain gets too jumpy and kills the plotting kid. He tells that that even if they were his friends, even though he was happy with them, and even though he thought maybe he could change, he was ultimately going to continue down the path of self destruction and drag them all down because he couldn't let go of revenge. This is what shakes Judy, even though they still catch the actual criminal

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 05:01:09 No.80580154

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 05:03:57 No.80580212
>>80580154
>tfw Zootopia was intended to look like an utopia on the outside, but be a dystopia in the inside; But the idea was scratched because it was too dark

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 05:04:32 No.80580222
>>80579894
>Can't you just take my word for it that I don't have sad tits?
>See? They're 100% stock.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 05:04:59 No.80580235
>>80580212
>PG-13 Zootopia
I'd watch it

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 05:05:30 No.80580247
>>80580154
How to spot someone who hasn't actually watched the movie. The whole point is that it isn't a utopia.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 05:05:33 No.80580251
>>80580212
>tfw Zootopia literally means "place with animals"

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 05:06:29 No.80580283
>>80580154
Imagine being this intellectual and having "kiddie cartoon discourse" to show for it.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 05:06:34 No.80580286
>>80580222
Trips demand it!

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 05:10:20 No.80580372
I want to see a bat. I don't care if its in the background or a new character. I just want to see a bat character.

Why? Because I like bats.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 05:11:57 No.80580407
>>80580247

exactly, is this not the message of the movie? its literally stated at the end that Zootopia is not perfect but coexisting is better than inciting fear in each other

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 05:12:39 No.80580425
>>80580283
Imagine watching one of the most thoughtful kid movies in a long time and spending your time dissecting it and looking for things that are "problematic"

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 05:17:26 No.80580528
>>80579515
They're not sentient. inb4 #nonsentientlivesmatter

They're really just food in this world. Mammals are at the top.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 05:26:13 No.80580690
>>80580528
It's confirmed already that there are bird and reptile species. Only bugs and possibly fish are food.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 05:31:30 No.80580802
>>80578818
Zootopia should actually be a trilogy about how the city of Zootopia descends from a Utopia to a Distopia. Though the conspiracy to make prey fear predators going savage is over, that sentiment still lingers and eventually an act is passed where all predators are required to wear the shock collars from the earlier concept art. The official purpose is to keep the 'latent predators' in check in case they loose control. Secretly, its all a lie and the shock collars simply serve to control and subjugate predators.

Just knock off psycho-pass is what I'm saying. All cops have an enforcer predator. And Judy is in love with her enforcer Nick

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 05:40:09 No.80580969
>>80580802

This makes a decent amount of sense.

But at the end of the movie we learned that the only thing causing the problem was the Nighthowlers, so the original solution from the first movie draft (Predator Park I think it was called?) Wouldn't actually work.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 05:42:25 No.80581023
>>80580690
You got a source on that info there buddy?

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 05:43:41 No.80581052
>>80580802
Then Nick disappears and we get shitty 2nd season.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 05:46:09 No.80581103
>>80578818
Sounds like the VAs really got into their roles. It shows in the movie.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 05:47:56 No.80581141
>>80580969
the Nighthowlers are enough to make animals afraid that anyone could go savage at any time since that is part of all of them. The nighthowlers just bring it out.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 05:54:37 No.80581284
>>80579374
Didn't actual cops really like the paperwork parts of that movie?

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 05:56:24 No.80581319
>>80581284
Yes, it was perceived very positively from cops for that reason

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 05:59:06 No.80581368
>>80579638
I'm convince Hot Fuzz and the other two cornetto movies are the best movies ever made

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 06:01:43 No.80581425
>>80580802
I'd rather have a tv buddy cop show

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 06:27:10 No.80581944
>>80578818
>Zootopia 2 focuses on Judy and Nick cleaning up the streets
>Judy takes it too far and starts resorting to violence
>police homicide rates skyrocket
>Judy develops a case of lupinethropy, occasionally turning her into a giant carnivorous bunny during night
>Nick has to use the power of love to stop her
>he fails
>Judy mutates into a giant blob of carnivorous flesh
>the sun starts to cry tears of cyanide
>the movie ends with the camera panning over the eldritch ruins of Zootopia while Pink Floyd's The Grand Vizier's Garden Party (part 3)

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 06:29:22 No.80581998
>>80581944
Anon you might want to go to bed

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 06:54:56 No.80582481
>>80578818
Bateman wants Nick and Judy to fuck, and Goodwin wants them to be just friends. Who is going to win?

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 06:57:03 No.80582519
>>80579966
That sounds great, actually.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 06:57:05 No.80582520
>>80582481
Friends with benefits, everyone wins

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 06:57:08 No.80582521
>>80579141
It wasn't really all that weird though-- it felt natural and believable. It would have felt forced if they'd tried to hook the two of them up as lovers by the end of the movie since they hadn't known each other for that long, but there was sexual tension there and some kind of mutual attraction going on. They were friends at the end of the movie but it would be very believable that they would get closer in the future.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 06:57:40 No.80582530
>>80582481
Obviously they'll do both.

Though if not it could be interesting seeing this reflected in their characters, were Nick hints at wanting a deeper relationship and Judy being oblivious and friendly.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 06:58:53 No.80582548
>>80578818
Zootopia 2 won't have Judy and Nick as the MC. They'll be show in the movie as rugged vets and the top of their class, but the movie will focus on something else in the city.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:01:50 No.80582601
>>80579825
I'd settle for an Eskimo kiss.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:11:20 No.80582776
>>80582530
>Judy is growing attracted to him, but at a natural pace
>Nick becomes emotionally dependent on her quickly because he hasn't felt love from anybody since he was a kid

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:13:38 No.80582828
Is Zootopia 2 even confirmed at this point?

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:15:50 No.80582857
>>80582828
>lame ass sequel
I hope not.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:15:59 No.80582862
>>80582828
Nope. But both directors (and the VA's) said that they would like it to happen if management gives them green light. So maybe wait a couple of months.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:16:39 No.80582870
>>80582857
>sequels have to be lame
Maybe you're just lame.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:19:40 No.80582907
Ernest Hemingway once wrote, "The world is a fine place and worth fighting for." I agree with the second part.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:21:40 No.80582937
>>80582857
I think Disney deserves a chance to prove itself capable of making a good sequel that isn't Toy Story related.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:23:40 No.80582968
>>80582907
He also shot himself with the gayest gun that isn't a derringer.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:24:38 No.80582982
>>80580235
Zootopia pushed a lot of boundaries for animated family movies even with just a PG rating. I imagine that if they did a PG-13 sequel the difference would be showing characters use actual guns and maybe pushing the envelope for sexuality a bit harder, although I doubt Disney's first PG-13 animation will be Zootopia 2.

If PG-13 animation becomes popular in the US, the PG rating is pretty much going to be dead. Family movies and animation are pretty much the only reason we keep it around.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:25:12 No.80582993
>Judy ends up having a miscarriage after a scuffle with a petty criminal
>she tries to quit
>Nick convinces her that being a police officer is still important for the world
>also, fucking.

There, everybody's happy. Cue loss edit.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:25:45 No.80583005
>>80581944
Cthulhu F'htagn

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:26:43 No.80583018
>>80579308
They've been kicking ass 5 years ago
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9wncS6tO59M

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:26:58 No.80583025
>>80580154
We're discussed this in past threads; topia simply means a place. A utopia is an impossible place, hence why the orginal greek translates as "no-place", it is a perfect society that is impossible to exist on a realistic scale. While Zootopia means "animal-place", as the word Zoo is derived from the Greek word for "animal".

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:28:49 No.80583056
>>80582993
"And I know that it's often much harder on the prey than on the predator..."

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:31:02 No.80583095
>>80583025
right, but the whole thing is a pun on utopia.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:31:23 No.80583103
>>80582530
What if Judy has reservations about her feelings for Nick, because she's a female rabbit and she wouldn't be able to have kids? That might be a bit too deep for a "kids' movie" but it'd be interesting if it comes up. It'd also play back into the issue of stereotypes and "instinct' vs what an individual actually wants to do with themselves. However, I can also see them not wanting to address that directly due to controversy, particularly because of low birthrates in Western countries and general resentment towards the "women should have careers instead of kids" message that was being peddled for the last few years. They would have to tread carefully around that topic if they wanted to avoid people accusing Judy of being a bad role model since she chooses the career instead of a family.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:31:41 No.80583107
>>80583025
That doesn't mean the pun isn't there.

Anyway, I think getting thousands of species to just live together in some semblance of peace is a pretty utopic accomplishment, if you ask me.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:31:41 No.80583108
>MFW I realized there's probably strip clubs and porn studios in Zootopia, maybe even a brothel

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:31:56 No.80583115
>>80578818
God bless Jason Basedman

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:32:31 No.80583125
>>80582857
>>80582937
>forgetting about Cars 2
How dare you fucks not recognize this movie for it's greatness.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:33:32 No.80583140
>>80583103
>Judy can't have kids but she's a rabbit and still likes to fuck
>fucking without conception causes a feedback loop
>she ends up a blurry fuck machine barely in phase with out universe.
>Nick's been dead from blunt force trauma for weeks but bitch still be fuckin'

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:34:07 No.80583146
>>80582481
Guess that's the plot of the sequel?

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:35:21 No.80583164
>>80583146
...shit, that's good.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:35:38 No.80583169
>>80583108
You didn't think of that despite the nudist resort?

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:35:40 No.80583170
>>80583108
Interspecies brothels are probably considered the seediest of the seedy. I imagine some predators enjoy having sex with prey, since that's the closest they will get (in their minds) to the primal experience of hunting.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:35:44 No.80583172
>>80578818
What do the predators eat?

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:36:27 No.80583181
>>80583172
Insects

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:37:16 No.80583192
>>80583181
What do the insects eat?

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:37:42 No.80583199
>>80583192
Predators

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:37:57 No.80583203
>>80583192
Dead predators. Circle of life

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:38:08 No.80583205
>>80583192
Yak excretions.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:39:09 No.80583223
>>80583108
They have human suit conventions.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:40:55 No.80583247
>>80583203
There must be a underground eat prey club, that would be a cool comic

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:41:14 No.80583253
>>80583025

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:42:49 No.80583268
>>80583103
Actually, you bring up a good concept.

>First movie
>"it's *not* just biology"
>racism

>Second movie
>interspecies/racial relationship
>we can't have children - homosexuality/not-for-procreation
>"some things ARE just biology period"

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:43:31 No.80583275
>>80579894
after having watching this and most of his other stuff on you tube this is something i never knew i wanted until now. this is something that need to be backed

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:44:05 No.80583280
>>80583146
Wow, you're probably actually onto something. Judy seemed to be the most eager about getting Nick's friendship in the first movie, but it would be interesting if Nick is the one who is trying to push for a romantic relationship in the sequel. Ultimately Judy has to decide what she wants out of their relationship because she cares deeply about Nick, and can't make up her mind as to whether she wants to risk making things more complicated, or risk breaking Nick's heart by telling him she only wants to be his friend.

As >>80582776 said, Nick is probably going to be more emotionally dependent on Judy because she's the first person he's really felt an emotional connection with in a long time. Even in the first movie you could see his heart break when Judy gave her speech about predators to the press, because he cared about her enough to open up and then felt like she had betrayed him. Judy is the only person he was really able to open up to emotionally, and as a result she might be the only person that he'd ever consider having a relationship with.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:44:31 No.80583285
>>80583172 birds fish

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:45:20 No.80583293
>>80578818
Man i wish i could quit these threads, all they do is make me ancy for the sequel that isnt coming for at least a few years if at all.
Only reason i dont go cold turkey is im waiting for the writefags to finish their stories, but they got shot to do first so i gotta just wait

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:47:35 No.80583319
Let's say that there's a second movie and they decide to move forward with making Nick and Judy a couple, which may very well happen if they choose to heed to the whims of the fans. Would you want them to become an item over the events of the film or for that to already be established going in?

For me, which one is best depends on whatever message they end up going with (much as plain old shenanigans with the characters would be fun, you can't have a movie made so excellent by its message have a sequel with none), but if it is established and they're already thinking about adopting a kid, I feel like Nick would be the type to be super nervous about whether or not he'd turn out to be a good family man. Could provide an avenue for some further backstory, as well.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:47:45 No.80583324
>>80583268
I really hope they don't go with the whole "the world doesn't accept our love" bullshit. That would utterly destroy my enjoyment of Nick and Judy's relationship. I don't need victim porn with my romance.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:49:01 No.80583342
>>80583108
I imagine they're mostly made up of bunnies.

Porn with like 7 bunny girls. Oh my goodness. Bunny brothels.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:49:52 No.80583354
On a scale from Alice in Wonderland to Cars 2, where does this fall in the "we will remember this movie" category?

I feel like it's somewhere above Ratatouille but below Finding Nemo.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:50:42 No.80583368
>>80583319
I think they should have another movie to develop it into romance, at the very least they shouldnt be adopting any children until the end of the movie
I think movie 2 should be them getting together and 3 should be them dealing with parenthood while being cops, with the kid's feelings about his/her parents being an obvious b plot

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:51:04 No.80583374
In the scene where Bellwether shoots Nick, I would I have liked it if she shot him more than once.

Really go all-out.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:51:46 No.80583386
>>80581944
are you feeling alright?


>>80583108
>>80583170
>>80583169
>>80583342
>judy is sent to pose undercover as a stripper wearing a wire in order to infiltrate and undermine a criminal organization
>nick is "hired" as a bouncer in the club to keep an eye on her and keep his fellow officer safe
>rodents throwing tiny dollar bills at judy as she blushes, barely able to make herself get up there and dance
>Mr. Big and his goons visit the club and immediately recognize Nick & Judy, but don;t blow their cover as a sign of respect
>slave leia type shenanigans and lewd fight/chase scenes ensue

>>80583192
>>80583199
>>80583203
high protein content plants, detritus, garbage, other bugs, and manure like in real life insect farms used for commercial petstore animal feeds.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:52:00 No.80583390
>>80583374
The sheep only made a single shot tho

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:52:29 No.80583397
>>80583172
Semen.

Like in your chinese monstergirl games.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:52:52 No.80583402
>>80583108
That wasn't the first worldbuilding thought that came to your mind?

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:52:53 No.80583403
>>80583368
Oh yeah, an adoption scene would make for a great ending. And yeah, a 3-movie arc would be best for that. I'm glad they left it platonic in the first film and I would be fine with it continuing that way, but who knows, maybe they were planning multiple movies all along and they wanted to use that as an opportunity to develop a more natural relationship between the leads than "We just met two days ago, let's get married."

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:53:23 No.80583411
>>80583324
I don't think that would happen. There's no timely, relevant message there, it'd just be a retread of Romeo and Juliet/West Side Story.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:53:33 No.80583414
>>80583390

One shot is just so clinical and unemotional.

Besides, redundancy is always good.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:53:55 No.80583419
>>80583172

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:54:06 No.80583423
>>80583342
i wonder if maiesiophilia or pregnancy fetish is common among rabbits considering all the stock that goes into rabbits and reproduction.

on to what you said as a whole i'm sure each size group has a certain animal that servers as the main sexual representative for that size group and as such rabbits could very well make up the bulk of the small/lower medium sized group

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:54:22 No.80583426
>>80583390
Yes...

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:54:38 No.80583429
>>80583386
Uh, where exactly is a wire gonna go if it's a strip club? Not a whole lotta hiding places.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:55:09 No.80583437
>>80578818
Want to know what I want the sequel to be about?
Nothing.
Please stop making sequels to every fucking thing.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:55:34 No.80583443
>>80583429
up her butt

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:55:44 No.80583446
>>80583402
What if all the different female animals took turns working at the brothel whenever they were in heat?

Satisfy their needs and make money on the side. The brothels just have a continual revolving door of working girls. Females have to take a few days off every month to get it taken care of. They compare notes on different places to work at.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:55:58 No.80583452
>>80583437
I'd actually rather just have a TV show followup but with the money this movie is raking in, a theatrical sequel is pretty much inevitable.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:56:49 No.80583463
>>80583319
Even though they strongly hinted that Nick and Judy were getting closer at the end with the "you love me" "yes I do" line, I think it would be more satisfying and plausible to the audience if Nick and Judy's actual confession of love happens during Zootopia 2 rather than between movies.

In How to Train Your Dragon 2 they were able to get away with the romance between Hiccup and Astrid having happened in between movies since they've gone from being kids to adults, and it's plausible that in viking culture they don't have time for long, drawn-out courtships like we do today or rather like we think we do. However, the big difference is that Hiccup and Astrid's relationship was a minor subplot in HTTYD compared to Hiccup's relationship with Toothless. Nick and Judy's relationship is the emotional core of Zootopia, and I don't think you can get away with taking such a major character development as them falling in love and becoming a couple and saying "it happened between movies."

If they are going to be a couple, then their romantic relationship technically started from the moment they met. However, the moment when they actually decide to take things to the next level is something the audience wants to see, and they'd feel robbed / cheated if they were told "all that stuff has already happened, and now they're picking out the paint color for the baby's room."

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:57:15 No.80583470
>>80583324
I actually think they could do a semi "don't ask, don't tell" thing with her and Nick at the ZPD.

Bogo calls them or just one of them in.

>N: "Chief, before you say anything I want to say"...

>B: "Shut it, Wilde. Not because I don't care, I actually do. But I need you two, and you're best together. So for the good of the ZPD, for the good of the city, I do not want to know. Dismissed."

>Judy and Nick rush out of the office

>B: "Wilde, one thing. If you hurt her..."

>Nick gulps.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:57:51 No.80583479
>>80583342
Does anyone dare post the webm of the bunnies and the banana?

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:58:01 No.80583482
>>80583437
>Stop making tons of money.
I'm sure Disney would love to go for that. I agree with you though, anon. They always manage to ruin the original charm of a movie with a sequel.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:58:25 No.80583485
>>80583452
>TV show
That's even worse.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 07:59:17 No.80583496
>>80583485
But it wouldn't be as bad if it were shitty because it's just a TV spinoff.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:00:54 No.80583513
>>80583470
>Nick: "If I hurt her, there's nothing you could do that would hurt me more."

There you go anon, filled out your cliche quota.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:01:06 No.80583518
>>80583386
The scenario you described made me think of this image.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:01:07 No.80583519
>>80583342

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:01:16 No.80583521
I been thinking about making a zootopia-sona.

Should I do it?

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:04:14 No.80583560
>>80583470
Bogo being overprotective is cringy and out of character.

Seriously, no over-serious love drama. If the characters are going to hook up, it needs to be cute and fun. Shippers can get their soap opera fix somewhere else.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:04:24 No.80583563
>>80583482
There's so much work they put into building the world that they never got to show us. That makes me think they could pull a second one off, especially if it's the same directors.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:05:45 No.80583586
>>80583521
zoosona

zoosuits

zoosecution

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:06:06 No.80583590
>>80583108
>>80583342
>>80583423
>>80583519
wait so let me get this straight, are bunnies in /co/ threads now the Twi'leks, aka the token slut species of the Zootopia universe?

>>80583470
>>B: "Wilde, one thing. If you hurt her..."
echh, cringey as fuck

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:06:30 No.80583595
>>80583108
sure it'd look something like this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UbQgXeY_zi4

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:06:39 No.80583597
>>80583519

This reminds me of how when I was a kid, my elementary school bus would pass by a strip club called "The Odyssey", which had a flying saucer at the top, which was a VIP room.

When I was a kid, I always wanted to go into that UFO

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:07:05 No.80583602
>>80583560
Yeah, Sad Judy was more than enough out-of-character melodrama. I would want to see a relationship of theirs be a cute little thing where maybe they have to make some big decisions but don't get into any really huge arguments.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:07:34 No.80583611
>>80583482
That's because Disney's never done a theatrical sequel to their movies. It's always DTV and done by different people.

If they use the same talent as this one and give it a theatrical release so it's guaranteed to have the same level of financial backing as the 1st, then I see no reason why they can't pull off a sequel that is at least as good as the original.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:07:39 No.80583613
>>80583521
NO DAD, IT'S NOT A FURSONA, IT'S MY ZOOTOPIA OC

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:07:41 No.80583615
>>80583595

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:07:41 No.80583616
>>80583590
Kinda makes sense.

Cutest species.

Plentiful species.

More charming then useful for manual tasks.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:08:55 No.80583639
>>80583613

Having a Zootopia OC is not the same as having a fursona.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:09:00 No.80583640
>>80583597
>Flying saucer
>On top of building
>"The Odyssey"
I don't blame you, that sounds pretty cool.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:09:24 No.80583644
>>80583560
I ship Nick and Judy hard but I don't want soap opera antics. I want their relationship to come about in a way that feels natural and I want it to be cute and heartwarming with a bit of humor.

The scene under the bridge was great. That's the watermark by which I will judge the scene where Nick and Judy confess their love in Zootopia 2, if it happens.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:09:54 No.80583650
There's definitely no need for Zootopia 2 to try and go for an "oh no an interspecies romance how taboo!!" angle.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:10:10 No.80583657
>>80583319
I'd rather they make it established going in, but that could be a bit confusing for the kids. I like that one anon's idea where there's a montage of them doing cop stuff and then after they realize their feelings the same montage plays but with emphasis on how their interactions have been unknowingly romantic the entire time.

I'd rather they not do the kids thing but adopting seems like the best choice for that.

I also don't want taboo interspecies stuff. I feel like zootopians wouldn't care about how they're different species. Any judgement they get would be more like "How could you ever love a bunny, they're dumb and stupid. Go for a nice cheetah" rather than "Interspecies love is unnatural"

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:10:10 No.80583658
>>80583590
Looks like he was eating her out before he fell asleep.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:10:15 No.80583660
>>80583611
In this case the directors themselves want to do more. So there is a real chance that the sequel will be by the same guys. Next question is: Can they deliver again?

(especially since Frozen gets a sequel too)

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:10:34 No.80583662
>>80583639
If it's anything like ponyfag OCs it won't take long for it to become interchangeable with fursonas.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:10:47 No.80583665
>>80583616
>First bunny cop is a big deal
>First bunny cop in a city that has presumably been in place and with police for at least decades
>Everyone calls her "cute" apparently offensively

It all checks out with me desu senpai, going in the headcanon folder.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:11:43 No.80583679
>>80583640

I still think it is

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:12:33 No.80583690
>>80583657
>Any judgement they get would be more like "How could you ever love a bunny, they're dumb and stupid. Go for a nice cheetah" rather than "Interspecies love is unnatural"
I can get behind this.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:12:44 No.80583695
>>80583496
>shit looking characters without fancy fur rendering and animations
>world overall is empty and has lack of attention to details
Please don't. From this point it would be better in 2D and it's not happening.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:12:57 No.80583698
>>80583611
They've done theatrically-released sequels before (Rescuers Down Under, Return to Never Land, Jungle Book 2), but those were all sequels made many years later by completely different teams.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:13:00 No.80583699
>>80583650
If interspecies relationships in Zootopia are uncommon it should only be because most animals want to be able to have kids, not because of social stigma against interspecies dating. If they have social stigma against it then I can guarantee people will be comparing it to gay marriage or the cultural enrichment of Europe's women.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:13:52 No.80583708
I'd want to see them incorporate the predator/prey fight club idea from the scrapped version of the first movie.

>in media res opening
>underground club where prey come to wager
>predators are fitted with shock collars
>forced to race on tracks
>audience bets money on outcomes
>yell abuse and throw things at the predators
>Nick Wilde is working at the joint
>turns out to be a slavery ring that kidnaps predators and forces them to run
>Nick is deep undercover as part of a sting
>Judy moves in to take the ring down
>something goes horribly wrong and their cover is blown

Then...I don't know, maybe Nick has to go on the run or something. I kinda want a darker sequel, like Empire Strikes Back or The Dark Knight.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:14:53 No.80583722
>>80583590
Just imagine all the 18 year old bunnies leaving the farm for the first time to go to the big city, only to find out all they're really good for is being an exotic dancer.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:14:57 No.80583723
>>80583665
>Everyone calls her "cute" apparently offensively

I want a unknowing character to call her cute and before Judy can correct the innocent mistake, Nick says bunnies don't like being called that and to fuck with Judy he heavily implies to the new guy that bunnies actually prefer to be called ugly. The new guy then proceeds to insult her appearance as part of a nice running gag.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:15:38 No.80583734
>>80583679
Looking at that building from the outside I would have just thought it's a small movie theater.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:16:11 No.80583744
>>80583698
Rescuers Down Under is proof that they can make a good sequel if they put effort into it.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:16:18 No.80583748
As much as I love to speculate about Nick and Judy's relationship in the inevitable sequel(s), what would be most important is what kind of message they would deliver. Sure, you have the fun buddy cop stuff, but the harsh and very real themes about racism and prejudice are what made the movie more than anything else, and you can't follow up something so substantial with something that doesn't have anything to it beyond surface level. Now, as has been discussed many a time here, you could take an advancement of Nick and Judy's relationship and use it to bring in a new message, but there are other possibilities. Maybe something about relationships between law enforcement and civilians, I don't know.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:16:40 No.80583755
>>80583698
I never saw Return to Never Land or Jungle Book 2 but I always assumed that they were just DTV movies that Disney shoved into theaters to make an extra buck, and weren't part of the Disney canon the way Rescuers Down Under was.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:16:59 No.80583758
>>80583657
>>80583690
I agree, I like the interspecies issue less being that it's interspecies and more just "Wow... A bunny? I guess you married for looks." or "Wow, a fox? You know he'll be cheating on you in the week with like a dozen different partners, right?"

Welp, like a true cancer, these threads have kind of given me an idea of how I would do a Zootopia sequel. Dare I share it?

Yes, yes I will.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:17:06 No.80583760
>>80583679
Oh wow, Google has an inside view for this place.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:21:03 No.80583809
>>80583660
>Zootopia 2 announced
>To be released not long after Frozen 2
>Disney has to split resources between the two
>Frozen 2 comes out
>It's utter shit
>All about Elsa falling in love with copy pasted love interest male character
>Other characters mostly pushed to the sidelines
>Very little scenes outside of the one castle
>/co/ explodes in outrage
>All except for comfy little Zootopia 2 Happening threads waiting patiently for their new favorite movie, isolated from the frozenfags who can't let go
>Zootopia 2 comes out
>Quality of animation maintained and even exceeded
>Relationship between Nick and Judy explored as they work together as a proper buddy cop team to take down the bad guy
>Worldbuilding sprinkled around
>More great chase scenes
>Even more feel scenes
>Disney let Frozen go, moving everything and everyone good into focusing on Zootopia 2

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:21:36 No.80583813
>>80583758
>Dare I share it?

Dare.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:22:10 No.80583821
>>80583758
Social issues surrounding specific interspecies pairing rather than interspecies relationships as a whole is a really interesting idea. I look forward to your post.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:24:27 No.80583846
>>80583699
Which is why it has to be social stigma. Disney just stepped into a goldmine of critical social commentary with this.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:24:47 No.80583852
>>80583748
The relationship between Nick and Judy was what made Zootopia good. The messages about racism and tolerance make it more culturally relevant, but they're not the real reason that people are loving the movie. You can have a nice message at the core of your movie and still have it be complete crap (see 99% of "faith films"), and you have movies that are completely irreverent but are none the less highly entertaining and loved by millions of people.

They don't need to use Nick and Judy's relationship as a vehicle for social commentary about prejudice. That would make it less enjoyable and they'd be at risk of taking something sweet and innocent and making it feel preachy when it really shouldn't. They should just let it happen in a way that feels natural rather than missing the forest for the trees.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:25:31 No.80583861
>>80583809
>To be released not long after Frozen 2
Frozen 2 has been in development since Frozen 1 nigga.

If we were to see a Zootopia 2, it'd be in about 2021.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:27:21 No.80583884
>>80583852
Eh, different strokes, I suppose. The social commentary is what propelled it from a good movie to a great one for me. Nick and Judy are solid leads with great chemistry, don't get me wrong, but a fairly by-the-numbers buddy cop story doesn't have much staying power on its own, no matter how fun the characters are.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:28:02 No.80583894
>>80583748
>>80583852
This. I don't remember which interview it was but Rich Moore said that they put the development of the characters as top priority. The message came on it's own and they layered it in with everything else but character and story always came first for them.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:28:42 No.80583899
>>80583748

Lots of possible themes.

>interspecies taboo = interracial thing (relevant considering current Europe "invasion" / Trumpist "race-mixing")

>interspecies incompatibility = gay marriage no-procreation thing

>Judy getting disillusioned with police work = police militarization/brutality/black lives matter shit

>predators being predators/prey being prey = some things will always be rooted in biology no matter how you dress it up (can also be the no-pregnant thing)

>other reptile/bird places = xenophobia and/or cultural relativism

Only think I can't think of an example for would be unequal distribution of resources thingy. Occupy zootopia/we are the 99% thing.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:29:03 No.80583902
>>80583861
Oh. I see.
Of course it would take a little while. Got to animate all the little fur and whatnot. Well, thank you for clearing that up for me, Anon.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:29:18 No.80583907
>>80579710
I like that they kept Nick's backstory ambiguous.

He was so much more interesting than Judy because of it.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:29:51 No.80583914
Bellwether did NOTHING wrong.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:30:11 No.80583919
>All this shipping autism
Wow, this fandom is already shit.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:30:53 No.80583930
>>80583748
>the harsh and very real themes about racism and prejudice are what made the movie more than anything else
No, the characters are what is driving this movie's success. The moral of the story is great, but it's only a bonus and it isn't the driving force behind the popularity. That being said, the sequel definitely needs a strong message while keeping the characters and their interactions interesting if it wants to complete with the original.

>>80583852
Wholeheartedly agree.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:31:22 No.80583936
>>80583748
>Maybe something about relationships between law enforcement and civilians, I don't know.
This would be very interesting. Zootopia seems to take it for granted that the police are an unambiguous force for good, which is probably par for the course for a Disney film, but in a movie released in 2016 with such an explicit message about race, it felt like a blind spot. I don't know if Disney would give them the freedom to try something like that, though. Even if they completely nailed it they'd risk pissing a lot of people off.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:32:02 No.80583944
>>80583919
>already
People have been shipping Nick and Judy since the first images of them appeared.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:33:01 No.80583958
>>80583899
>Only think I can't think of an example for would be unequal distribution of resources thingy.

Have something about increased crime rates in lower income areas, uneven amount of protection given to wealthier citizens from police, callous and wearied treatment of poorer groups known to turn to crime from the police and legal system. There are all sorts of problems coming from unequal distribution of resources that would make a great Disney movie.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:33:39 No.80583969
>>80583884
There are half a dozen movies that get released each year that deal with social issues of class, race, and gender. Yet none of them are remembered unless they're Oscar bait.

>>80583894
That's how it should be. Make interesting characters first. Setting second. Plot third.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:34:12 No.80583980
>>80583919
Is this your first fandom?

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:35:46 No.80584007
>>80583861
>Zootopia 2
>2021

man i'm gonna be too old for cartoons and kids animated movies by then

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:37:22 No.80584034
Which actual city is the closest to Zootopia in terms of...

Layout?
Vibrancy, uniqueness, and color?
Having a large amount of different cultures which work together in a mostly positive way?
Racial tension with the possibility for improvement?
Everything overall?

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:37:24 No.80584035
>>80584007
Bullshit

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:38:22 No.80584050
>>80584034
NYC?

Singapore?

Taipei?

Tokyo?

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:38:43 No.80584052
>>80583969
Yeah, but Zootopia did it in a slightly nonstandard way with how the parallels weren't one-to-one (there was no species that was blatantly meant to represent black people and one meant to represent white people), plus going so deep into such an issue rather than implying it but mostly skirting around it is very uncommon for a kid's movie.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:39:02 No.80584057
>>80583386
Someone posted this idea before. It also included a bit where Nick helped Judy out when one of the customers got handsy.

What if some of the other girls thought it was sweet how he handled the situation and wanted to reward him. Or maybe just tease him...

Judy tries to not get involved but can't really leave without arousing suspicion.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:39:44 No.80584070
>>80584007
Just cosplay as a Japanese senior citizen and you'll be fine.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:39:50 No.80584072
>>80584034
Moscow, Moscow International Business Center district

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:39:59 No.80584074
>>80584007
You're here forever, anon. Doubly so if you're here for cute animal people.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:40:12 No.80584078
>>80583902
>>80584007
The one interview I read said it was a very small team that started work on the movie 5 years ago. Assuming they take another 5 years, 2021 would be an absolute minimum since nothing is planned right now. 2022 or 2023 sounds more like it.

>man i'm gonna be too old for cartoons and kids animated movies by then
If you're 18 or older, you're already too old.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:40:53 No.80584088
>>80584034
>Tokyo
>Neo Tokyo
>Neo Tokyo 2
>Neo Tokyo 3
>Edo

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:43:12 No.80584122
>>80584078
So, can they make a comic book in the meantime? One with actually good writing?

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:43:51 No.80584128
Would it be too much for a Disney movie to have a scene where they're waking up after sleeping in the same bed with Nick spooning Judy, even if they're both fully clothed? Because that could make for a cute opening scene.

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Autism, ahoy 2016-03-09 08:44:16 No.80584131
>>80583813
okay.
>>80583821
Sadly, it won't be the core of things.

>Movie opens with Nick and Judy's wedding
>Lots of guests, fancy location, conspicuously nice pile of wedding gifts
>Nick and Judy exchange special vows
>SUDDENLY, THIEVES EVERYWHERE! Taking hostages, shooting Nick, etc.
>Hostages quickly fight back, Nick was wearing a bulletproof vest, IT'S A TRAP (for the thieves)
>Nick and Judy give chase to the fleeing ringleader
>Ultimately lure him into a trap
>"It's called a hustle, sweetheart."
>Cue Title
>Nick and Judy are back at the station changing (Nick complaining about Judy misusing the word 'Hustle' and other casual talk)
>Their conversation ends with them asking if they're going to do their usual friday thing
>Cue Montage that starts with them singing Karaoke and then goes over their daily lives, professional (badass moments) and personal (comfy moments)
>Montage ends, Judy and Nick are back at the station hanging out separately with their respective genders
>Girls ask Judy if she's really into Nick, before she can answer they make disperaging remarks about having a fox for a boyfriend
>Guys do similar with Nick and make disperaging remarks about bunny girlfriends
>Nick and Judy get defensive and huffy but before it can get too deep, everyone's called to report in
>Bogo assigns Judy and Nick to some deep undercover work, "your biggest assignment yet"
>Nick and Judy adopt cover identities to infiltrate an organized crime syndicate to get close to and nab one of their top enforcers
>Meeting is set up in Nick's old Neighborhood from when he was a kid
>They go there and the place is a far cry from the rest of Zootopia, everything is overgrown, broken down, rusted, etc.
>Gangsters, homeless, and mentally ill are everywhere
>Judy asks Nick how the city allows this
>Nick says "most of these people haven't even seen a police officer or any city worker in years if not their whole lives."
>Judy's faith takes a blow
(1/?)

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:44:55 No.80584139
>>80584128
They could sleep together in a bunk bed

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:45:09 No.80584141
>>80584128
Well with this movie they did break some of Disney's standards, maybe they go a little further in the next movie.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:45:22 No.80584143
What exactly was wrong with getting rid of the predators?

Sure there might be a few casualties since the nice ones would have to go but most of the predators were like the weasel or Nick, or bullies like Lionheart.

Bellwether did nothing wrong

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:45:27 No.80584145
>>80583936
There were undertones about prey not liking how over-represented predators were in the police force, which can be seen as a bit of a reflection of people in black majority neighborhoods feeling unsafe with a white-majority police force. However, police brutality is a can of worms that Disney is not going to tackle for one simple reason: kids today are already being taught not to trust the police, and if Disney, a company who is known for making wholesome family entertainment, were considered to be planting it in kids that they should distrust the police, then parents everywhere would be outraged.

The issue of police brutality and / or the militarization of the police is a complicated one with no black and white answer, but if you're going to play it safe in a family movie, by default you have to side with the police. The vast majority of parents in the US want their kids to respect the police and trust them, and telling kids not to trust the police, whether directly or indirectly, is something that would please certain people in this country but make most of them upset.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:46:23 No.80584155
>>80584131
>Keeps taking blows as they get into the Syndicate and she keeps learning of all the corruption and ties to politics, business, etc.
>When she tries to report these to Bogo he keeps telling her "focus on the case"
>Meanwhile Nick is reunited with some family who tries to pull him back into the criminal life, eventually getting him and Nick jailed
>Judy is now alone in the Syndicate but told to keep cover, and the troubling part is how easy that's becoming for her (she's starting to enjoy playing "The badguy" as her faith suffers)
>Nick gets some leads in jail but when he learns too much, the ZPD is told to leave him there
>which Judy learns about, cementing her choice to go rogue
>Judy busts Nick out of jail and tries to talk him into leaving Zootopia with her
>Nick tries to convince her otherwise
>Either way, they both are forced to lay low for a bit (lay low and close)
>During this time Nick keeps trying to pep talk her to her old self and Judy gradually does see the good the police have and can do (as well as the good things she's done)
>Judy remembers why she chose to become an officer, and even if that means cleaning up the police too then damn straight she will
>Joins Nick on his big bust
>They save the city
>Judy makes the big important save (her turn since Nick saved the gun and nighthowler bullets last time)
>"Clever bunny.", "Dumb fox.", "You know you love me.", "Yes. Yes I do."
>Small kiss
>Rest of the ending

I admit, it's still rough, and I don't know how the enforcer they're originally sent after is going to factor in. I also originally thought of the idea that Nick and Judy end up kicked off the force for their actions but granted amnesty for what they did fix, leading to them choosing to be private-eyes. But that felt like it damaged Judy's whole personal journey. Also wasn't too sure how to wrap things up after the corruption and such got exposed.
(2/2)

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:46:43 No.80584159
>>80583899
>Applying contemporary event analogues as themes

Anon no, that's why the movie worked so well, because it DIDN'T make everything a contemporary, western based analogue.
By making itself unique to its world, it increases the impact and effectiveness of its message.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:47:31 No.80584169
>>80584131
I'm down for this. Continue.

Take the name off though. All of us already know we're autistic.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:47:55 No.80584175
>>80584052
Zootopia has set multiple bars for itself and a good sequel is going to have to reach all of them again. It'd be a fatal mistake for them to focus on the message at the expense of everything else, but they'd also be falling short if the message didn't live up to the strength of the first one.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:47:56 No.80584176
Would you bully Nick?

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:48:06 No.80584179
>>80581284
>Didn't actual cops really like the paperwork parts of that movie?

Everyone thinks I'm weird because I actually like filling out paperwork. I'm pretty damn good at it too.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:48:29 No.80584185
>>80584155
That picture makes me really hope we get a good cop / bad cop scene in Zootopia 2.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:48:47 No.80584188
>>80584122
They could do a lot of things. Depends on how far they want to take the franchise.

I mean fuck look how hard they're committing to Frozen.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:49:36 No.80584197
>>80584169
I should have fucking updated before I posted

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:49:55 No.80584202
>>80584155
Sounds interesting

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:50:08 No.80584203
>>80584176
No. Oh, God No. The little kid already's fucked up enough. Leave him be.

And get that crop out of my sight, heathen.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:50:49 No.80584210
>>80584176
I WANT TO PROTECT THAT SMILE SO MUCH

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:50:56 No.80584212
>>80584007
>tfw I'll be 29 in 2021

stop the ride, I want to get off...

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:51:22 No.80584217
>>80584176
All night long

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:52:22 No.80584230
>>80584176
It's funny 'cause I just watched The Gift where Bateman was the school bully.

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Anonymous 2016-03-09 08:52:30 No.80584231
>>80584155
2 mins in paint, yo







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