because no one is talking about the second Zootopia Trailer
They're making a nudist joke…
Do you desire for the internet to be just overspilling with r34 with this film? One of your characters is already not safe to Google, do you wish this to spread to your entire film?
More serious note, this looks like it'll be a decent film- the Sloth trailer alone had me hooked for it.
I want to know what the population of this place is. It seems bigger than New York all told
Disney figured out a long time ago that r34 is free advertising. They don't officially support it, but they don't do anything to stop it.They know that if someone will fap to something, they're more likely to want to spend money on it somehow.
2016 is the year that your memes come true.
which character becomes the new scrat or minions, that middle aged women will post mee mays about on their fb
go to the cinema by yourself
I did it for the first time about 2 weeks ago because I was in another state for christmas but still wanted to see star wars and it was
actually not that bad, you get to just sit there and watch the movie with your cup of gelato and not worry about crying in front of your friends
I know how you feel. I wouldn't want to go to the movies or a restaurant alone either. I wouldn't feel too bad about watching an adult movie by myself but I could never fathom watching a kids movie by myself. Sure people won't care but they definitely give you a look and will probably judge you depending on how much of a manchild you look like.
If these guys could get away with watching
"The Oogieloves' Big Balloon Adventure" at a matinee, then you can certainly get away with watching this Disney movie by yourself.
It's not bad to go to the movies by yourself considering how many people grew up with Disney and how the quality remains consistent. It's 2016, dawg.
Eating alone isn't bad either. Everyone needs to eat.
>. Sure people won't care but they definitely give you a look and will probably judge you depending on how much of a manchild you look like.
lmao no, nobody pays attention to anybody else in the movies.
You've literally never done it and you "know" all these things that will happen.
Me and my friends bought nerf guns one time just to screw around for the 4th of july and there was this man there that looked and gave us a dead stare. Like "what the fuck is wrong with you?" stare. Trust me I've had people laugh at me plenty of times before, my fears aren't baseless. If you want to just mentally block out everyone around you as a defense mechanism that's fine too.
>Grown men break out nerf guns in public and make a fucking scene
>"People are judging me unfairly just because I exist!"
Oh my bad. I poorly communicated the situation. While purchasing the nerf guns at the store to play with in PRIVATE someone was giving us a mean look while we were in the toy section.
You don't need a defense mechanism when there's nothing to defend against. Sure, you could shut them out or you could just not care. At the very least you could realize that all eyes aren't on you and everyone isn't openly judging you. If it makes you feel better, people are going to assume that you're waiting for someone else before they dedicate the brain cells to laugh at you.
It'll be a mix a legit threads and people using the movie to shitpost because it triggers enough people. Already see zootopia reaction images/gifs popping up on /v/ frequently enough.
I don't understand why people on 4chan are so deathly afraid of the going to the cinema alone.. even if people gave you stares, it would make no sense to dwell on the opinions of complete strangers who you'll probably never see again.
People don't pay $8.00 to go stare at a neckbeard instead of watch a movie.
I'm not trying to say the world revolves around me or anything. I just always expect the worst and that's just my personality. I wish I was more like you guys though. Any who enough of my blog.
It's because 4chins has severe social anxiety. They honestly believe random people are judging them for the choices they make, like everyone else doesn't have their own shit to deal with.
Pretty sure that's /co/?
Yep, definitely sure. Definitely definitely sure.
Man, I am losing my mind over Judy in her civvies.
A Zootopia TV show would be kickass.
To be honest I don't get the stigma on the internet towards furries
it's weird perverts being judgemental of other weird perverts
what makes lusting over an anthropomorphic animal different from half the shit that they throw up on /d/?
You can't even say it's due to how in your face about it they are because, again, that's the same as every other subculture on the internet
i already saw the 2 "amibros" and maybe i will get the juddy one
so? It feels like a different group, one that's on the extreme fringes of something that's nominally rather benign, like that passes through here once every year.
Bronies are special, though, cuz they ALL seem to be that bad
Furries were just another stupid fandom on the internet like shit tumblr queefs out every other month, difference is that this was back in the early age of the internet when there weren't that many and SA decided to make them a new target, 4chan followed suit because moot's entire plan of 4chan was to make an SA designed for weebs
So years later, it's just a continued stigma without any real reason to keep it going besides not wanting to change
Furries are still dumb shits, it's just that now the internet is filled to the brim with dumb shits
I wouldn't say that. I had a friend that was into that stuff before we just grew apart. Furry stuff has been around since at least the 90's, probably more than that.
I think that the 00's being the time when the internet opened up and let every asshole have a voice is when all the really bad ones started to congregate.
I'm talking about 8-10 years ago. They would spam, whine, and spam some more. They were terrible from every angle.
Now nobody gives a shit about furries, mostly because they just have their quiet little circlejerks on /b/ and /b/ stopped having any shred of quality control YEARS ago.
i dont think the game is good, is mostly to make kids steal daddy money but as a warhammer/miniature collector i think it can be nice, after all we dont have too much anthro merchandise
A real size plushie of Juddy sounds great...
That's not Murpheys law, and the philosophy you're talking about isn't sound. It's good to be prepared, but thinking that everyone is out to get you or at least thinking about how to get you is called paranoia and is actually a really stupid way to think as it leads to people walking around as stunted and unhappy individuals who are, at least in their minds, safe and better off.
So uh...What would you need a plushie for anon?
Also Necron player here.
These were the days when some gore images and freaky porn was still enough to disturb people and make them leave. That was a form of quality control, in the sense that it helped prevent change for years.
THEY FUCKED UP IT
YOU SWITCH THE GENDER
YOU DON'T SWITCH THE SPECIES AND YOU DON'T SWITCH THE SIZES
YOUNG BRIGHT EYED MALE RABBIT COP BEING CORRUPTED BY A LARGER, OLDER STREET WISE VIXEN
THAT'S HOW IT'S MEANT TO BE
I'm probably going to buy both. I still need to get Infinity 3.0, though. I have the Infinty 1.0 starter set for PS3 but I don't know if I need to buy a new dock to use with PS4 or not. There are a bunch of figures I've been meaning to add to my collection.
I see. Well then, my apologies.
Just, the only furry fandom people I've ever known are pretty charitable. Only one of them ever got into the sex stuff, was pretty quiet about it when we talked, and the other just drew SFW pictures of Sonic and Looney Tunes characters.
Okay. You're still missing the point. There is a huge difference between real life and the internet. Internet people were annoying as fuck. It doesn't matter what they were like in meat space.
Hey, I was a fa/tg/uy years ago. Don't throw out the term "Nazi Mod" lightly like that. Our mod is cunt, that's for damn sure, but he is not at all like The Nazi Mod. No one has ever approached that level.
I have a semi-autistic fixation with fictional cities and their layouts, so I'd be up for seeing more stories in this universe.
i've seen it happen with TV shows
but what you are not accounting for is that keeping the product in the public's fresh memory from every single front is as important as actually convincing them
>this is the closest we'll get to a dorohedoro adaption
Otter daughter goes missing then otter father goes feral... What does it all mean?
Anons? We're looking for a maniac.
Have you seen THIS MAN?!
What are you talking about, there's a blatant dolphin dick up there!
Nah, but seriously, it seems like it's mostly Clawhousers tonight and they're just happy looking at his chubby face.
>watching those perpetually smug full of themselves faggots
I'm guessing a lot. That's a lot of bunnies. And we know what bunnies do.
Cheetahs have no stamina though. Running at top speed over heats them rapidly so they can only go in short bursts.
Anyhow, it could happen over something unrelated to his fitness. He's a desk jockey anyhow, so it's not like he's working the beat.
Also, on the 'token bunny' thing, is Judy the only female in the department?
What I don't understand is why someone would pay $8 to go to a crowded movie theater full of screaming children to watch a movie when they can watch it in the comfort of their own home for free.
If you're really autistic, you can even invite a bunch of fursuiters over to watch it with you and fuck each other in the ass afterwards.
Going to Star Wars was the first time in a long time for me and it was awful. The children, the smelly people, the price...and no fursuiters to fuck afterward?
You're right anon.
>So how am I supposed to ruin this movie for myself?
Get the book in two weeks.
I work at a theater so I get to see movies for free + one extra person I decide to bring.
Also going to the matinee showing of a movie on a weekday when school's in is a good way to ensure minimal people will share the theater with you, and even those who do will be mostly old people with no jobs.
I got the same deal at my theater. Also good for kids movies is last show of the night, during the first week or two of release when they're still showing the movie on the same screen all day and not splitting it with another feature. Parents usually tend not to take kids to the 9:30 PM set on a weekday.
Being a male predator and female prey, there is going to be some inherent sexual tension between them, because Nick's natural instinct is to hunt Judy down and "eat" her, if you know what I mean.
Why does that collar look like something straight out of Battle Royale?
So is the 3.0 disc sold separately or am I better off just buying the whole 3.0 starter pack and getting some Star Wars toys with it? I wanted to get some Star Wars infinity toys anyway.
That's why they make such dandy pets, at least compared to so many other big cats. If they're kept well fed and given some exercise, they would rather not go chasing after prey because it's so much work. When given the option of getting a big bowl of meat every day, being lazy and getting belly rubs instead they'll gladly take it.
Actually, there was one point when I was working at the theater that a mom walked out of the auditorium and informed the ushers that there was one guy sitting by himself in a kids' movie. So sometimes people DO notice. You just need to count on the theater staff to go, "Okay, yeah." and not panic.
>implying this thread and every zootopia thread before hasn't been closely monitored by our mod because he's on a personal warpath.
I'm just curious when he got raped by a furfag in a suit
She's definitely the villain, mark my words.
1. Frozen, Wreck-it Ralph, and Big Hero 6 all had unexpected villains.
2. If she was really just an ordinary pop star in-universe with barely any relevance to the plot, she wouldn't be advertised so much.
just 2 days after frenchies...
If that's the case, they really dropped the ball by releasing concept art of Gazelle on a throne feral tigers. It'd be cool if Shakira had the voice acting chops to be a good villain.
I think the lack of Merch is due to her being too hot for a kids playroom. For I second I was thinking they'd release a performance play set, but even that is kind of sexy.
>entire movie will be spoiled on /co/, and there will probably be camrips out a month before the movie hits American theaters
How is a release schedule like this defensible in the computer age
>a month of spoilers before it even fucking comes out here
GET OUT NORMIE
no but seriously, this is a place for people who can't even handle getting an identity and being responsible for what they say. It's sad, but maybe some of them will learn to better cope knowing that there's ways to improve.
The only reason I can think that this would make sense is if there are other movies Disney/Marvel is releasing in that time. The bigger the mouse becomes, the more likely it becomes that it's going to step on its own feet. Or maybe there's some other movie it doesn't want to compete with. Is this a first for Disney?
i realy feel bad for the ameriburgers and all the others, it will be almost imposible to not spoil the story if you dont go under a rock for some weeks... i really cant understand wha a american movie is not first being released in america, sounds nosense
We already know a good chunk of the plot, if anything it's the gags and everything else that'll be spoiled. As for the international release first, sometimes studios like to choose a particular country as a test to gauge how well it's going to do elsewhere.
>Stoner-like character voiced by real life stoner
Eh, I probably won't be too upset about spoilers. It's a buddy cop movie where the two characters have to overcome their differences to solve the thing, how many spoilers can there really be? And anyway I'm mostly here for the, uh, character designs and animation. And stupid animal puns. And to witness the beginning of society's descent into furry degeneracy.
why the hell are they releasing so early in other countries?
thats almost an entire month of spoilers leaking out onto the web...
who knows, maybe the Japanese will step in and produce one
>Strange we don't see too much merchant of her...
Well I guess it's never too early to start!
>Zootopia is such a hit that Disney ends up adding attractions to Disneyland/Cali Adventure
>The park ends up banning fursuits because the people can't tell which ones are mascots for the film
Dawn of Justice comes out in the US during March too, but it's like 3 weeks after Zootopia and it will have had plenty of time to make lots of money.
Most likely they are trying to schedule around DoJ. The two movies aren't exactly in the same demographic, but there is some very significant overlap. Both will be vying for the movie dollars of kids and young men age 18-35, so Disney obviously doesn't want them opening up within a week of each other.
I haven't seen this pic of Gazelle before. Nice find.
Not sure, would love movie theater execs to weigh in on why the staggered releases happen. Is it they have too many movies already booked so they can't fit the agreed upon number of dedicated screens?
sexiest disney villain since robin hood if that's the case
I'm not the anon who was offering to fulfill requests but I did this quickly because I couldn't resist. Anyone who wants to color is welcome to, sorry my lifework is such shit.
You have to post the complete frame and surrounding information for full context that this is an image from a legitimate Disney theatrical cartoon, suitable for a /co/ post.
If you zoom it in on just a picture of camera girl bunny, people will assume that you're only posting camera girl bunny to get people turned on, and that's against the law. You need to show the beaver too.
I now have a specific zootopia folder in my images.
I can't stop it.
Well, compare the two. The sloth scene from the Zootopia trailer gets big laughter from audiences full of people there to see Star Wars. No scene from any part of the Norm of the North trailer elicits any enthusiasm. So, yeah.
Just check out the thread on desustorage and see which posts got the trash icon. Most of them aren't even porn, and a few are even just text-only. Since nobody knows the exact criteria, abundant caution must be employed in cautious abundance.
Glare back at them, spread your arms, grin like "C'mon, motherfucker, you want some?" and ask if there's a problem. Judgemental strangers are like girls in grade school: they'd rather giggle at you in safety than actually get physical.
I don't get it either.
>What if these people who work in a movie theater think I'm lame!?
I usually go 2 or 3 weeks after a movie has been out and usually at an early weekday screening so it's pretty empty. I would just torrent it but I don't want to watch shitty camrips.
For tumblr that's vanilla as fuck. You should see the ones where they literally pick out every single character in a show with shit like
>___ is an asexual demiqueer panromantic eskimokin!
Legitimate insanity tier.
Can't wait until this hellish work week is over so I can relax and draw fag wolves.
an obvious choice but one I'd be happy with
Don't be foolish. They know damn well that a big part of marketing an animal film like this is pandering to furries. Furries have a lot of spare income, they'll buy all the toys, figures and plushies.
They do however need to make those retarded petitions to stop furry artists making porn, at least pretend like they are trying to remain pure.
Its the purity rings all over. Nothing more than selling sex while trying to make it seem like you're doing anything but.
Also I want to fuck Judy.
I have gone to the movies plenty of times by myself. Wanna know a secret? Nobody gives half a shit about you or what you're doing unless you are actively trying not to look like the creep you undoubtedly are.
>he thinks the no singles policy doesnt exist
it does exist, but it's generally isolated to certain activities in Japan
I saw my first commercial for that piece of trash yesterday. How did that garbage even managed to get a theatrical release? that's was some direct-to-video-sequel tier animation.
I don't fucking know where this "cute, CUTE!" joke comes from but it isn't fucking funny
I want them to make a plush of the rabbit in this elephant costume...
The rules for moderation are completely arbitrary now. I got banned the other day just for making a completely benign comment about the Robin Hood movie because "all posts must be related to Western animation." The moderation staff at /co/ is completely FUBAR and it's only going to get worse when this movie comes out, with Barney Fife directly monitoring every thread and banning people for reasons that have nothing to do with the actual site or board rules.
They already have an Ele-Finnick on the store.
tomy might add him in wave 2
I don't know if I'm reading too much into many people wanting to insert themselves as broadly interchangeable characters (where they're more described collectively than as individuals because any individual isn't that notable), or if it says exactly what I think it does.
it sounds edgy, but basically 'most people are similarly interchangeable/notable only in the collective, some moreso than others.
Zootopia seems like an ideal environment to insert yourself into while remaining reasonably unique as an individual. If people congregate around an individual species, particularly non-canine/feline (kids going for their pets is to be expected) it would be an interesting phenomena.
I refuse to believe that creatures of the opposite gender can work so closely together and not form a relationship.
But then again all their other big movies so far have just had platonic relationships as if romance is some icky vile thing that they have to shy away from
p sure fursuits are already banned.
no costumes at disney parks, especially not masked costumes.
and you can't dress up as a known character and expect to get in.
do you even know how the parks work?
I vote we introduce a scale of smugness based on Nick.
>small character has a name that implies that he is big
>big character has a name that implies that he is small
Fuck off, Mr.Big
By God, this trailer had so many layers. For one, making all the characters animals mean they can be subversivly racist without actually being racist. Like saying, bunnies are over emotional, or sloths are always slow, or that one animal scooting away from the carnivore on the train.
And it deals with the crime of cannibalism/savagery. So you have these carnivores that the herbs are accepting into society, but due to some of the carnivores acting in their Savage nature and ensuing violence that follows, the grazing animals become wary of them.
It will be interesting to see how they deal with the end, if Disney is willing to show that society has to be segregated to keep the savages at bay, or if everyone will work live in society peacefully despite living amongst violent savages.
This is some /pol/ tier shit here.
Same anon here. Bro I'm taking the lowest dosage possible you think I want to have seizures when I stop taking it? And everybody has their own coping mechanisms. Some people let their anger out, others choose to suppress it.
Also you're not proving me wrong by judging me on an anonymous website. Thanks for the reinforcement.
I'll ask the questions around here, anon. And right now I don't have any.
How can someone offer you criticism without you reacting negatively to it? I know that guy was rude, but if you care so much about what other people think, shouldn't their thoughts mean enough for you to shape up into someone who can handle crowds? Believe us when we say we really don't care. It's rare to find anyone who would spare you a thought and that's sad in its own way.
You know, the whole "In [movie name] Rob Schneider is a [random thing]" bit.
Rob Schneider is defined as an actor who plays parts that can be described best in one or two words. Nobody will ever need a full sentence to describe a Schneider role.
Not to mention the nude scene. Judy's reaction parallels our own and the humor comes from them just being animals. We are just animals too, but we have ideals of decency that are based on awkward arguments and double standards.
>i've been making up my own animal puns on things that currently exist for reasons
>as i've not seen the movie, they're 'original' (i.e. i thought them up myself, others may have done it first but i didn't steal it from them - we both had the same idea independently.)
>but some of the more obvious ones are probably in the movie so if i don't use them within 2 months then i'm a thief
just hunt my shit down senpai.
I entirely know that feel. I've been working on and off on a novel since 2004 about a medieval fantasy where the entire population is anthropomorphic animals. I was dealing with themes like racism and animal prejudice and overcoming certain stereotypes. But now when if I publish anytime after Zootopia is out I'm going to seem like some sort of copycat riding off the wave of the new thing.
Look Anon, everything has been done before
South Park has an episode about that, too. And using anthropomorphic animals to comment on our own lives is a particularly ancient trope. In fact, the earliest example I know that describes what you're doing *is* from Medieval times, except the prejudice is correct, because the fox just keeps murdering and raping everyone and taking advantage of their stupidity, greed, etc.
Publishing also takes time, so even if you finish today (which you won't) it'll be at least a year before it's available. And if the publisher thinks they'll hurt their sales by releasing it close to Zootopia, they'll wait. But possibly that'll be reason to actually publish it soon in its wake, because if there's one thing companies love, it's going with the flow for easy cash.
Anyway, I don't think you'll finish it any time soon, if you've been working that long. And if you're a first time writer (which I'm assuming), you very likely won't be published with your first book. That's because you're always still learning with your first book.
I normally would say that human would make more sense since by and large the animals evolved with more human like internal organs and bone structures. But the creatures in Zootopia are much more animalistic than what I'm normally used to.
I will say this, the idea of an upright creature having a sheath is pretty ridiculous, because they woukd be mostly pissing in their own face.
I'm aware of that and I agree. I was only saying that my story concept would far too closely match a recent, contemporary and popular take on it.
I plan on my take on it to be slightly different. Without giving too much away it involves an animal getting whisked away from normal society and put amongst a race that has been cut off from all the other animals for hundreds of years. It explores the less popular idea that its racist to think all creatures are exactly the same despite very real and tangible physical and temperamental differences as the wayward animal witnesses the cultural homogeny of this isolated species.
Of course that's not to say that its an argument for cultural isolation, as I do plan to show the benefits of different peoples coming together for a greater, singular ideal.
And I know exactly what you mean by the dangers of being a first-time writer working on a novel. I have rewritten the first half of my book 3 times. Each time I come to a certain point I look back at what I've written months before, and in my growth as a writer I come to hate my earlier stuff so I go back and re-tool it, sometimes from scratch.
is the target 14-pack worth buying?
the main problem is that people can't really tell apart settings due to how limited knowledge of actual history is, Medieval age is said to go from 476AD to even 1492, it's a huge span of time that had radically different living conditions and events going on throughout. If you just make a generic"medieval" setting it will definitely be generic, but if you say "i want a fantasy version of the Sassanid Empire as it waged one of it's wars against Byzantines in the year 550 AD", now that's far more colorful. Precolumbine America, Incaic empire by the time the Spaniard conquerors arrived, the various Mongol empires like the Kipchak Khanate or Golden Horde, these are all medieval era settings but you don't in