I think it will probably have a bigger box office take than Robin Hood did, comparatively. Robin Hood is notorious for being one of Disney's lowest budget movies and I'm pretty sure Disney is throwing their full might at Zootopia.
You know the drill, guys.
And if you want husbandos make your own damn poll.
Even if she went mad it would be justified as she does all the work while that fag get all the glory.
Cartoons animals are not the same as furries. This is a comics and cartoons board and you want to eliminate a huge portion of cartoons and comics? Hey the rules don't allow loli and shota either. Let's ban any cartoon with underage characters!
Is this supposed to be funny? Do the tigers break the tension of sexy Gazelle? Are they afraid of Shakira's sexual power level sparking conversations about sexism that they have to up the ante so high they go full Magic Mike?
>mfw different country gets different animal in the news
even if that's not true, post your country and a mammal that could represent it in zootopia.
I hope there is no race mixing in this setting. Not because of Stormfront sensibilities but because of my autism. These different species of animal shouldn't be able to produce viable offspring. It would be fine if there were couples that simply adopted though. They'd be like this world's gay couples.
Anthropomorphic animal = anthro
Member of the furry fandom / community = furry
Well we haven't seen any weird hybrids or anything so that doesn't seem likely. Unless it's one of those "the babies will be either the mom's species or the dad's species" but that doesn't seem likely either.
They did that by simply having anthropomorphic animal characters. I don't think there's a furry alive who was on the fence about this but had to be coaxed over by sexy naked dancing tiger men. It's weird marketing and something I'd expect from Dreamworks to do before Disney.
>These different species of animal shouldn't be able to produce viable offspring.
There's no reason why being able to reproduce would be a prerequisite to having a relationship in this movie. People who are biologically infertile get into relationships all the time.
Now where things would start to stretch in terms of believability would be if say they had an elephant in a relationship with a mouse or something silly like that just because of the size difference. I don't think a cross-species attraction like that would be believable in this setting, because the elephant would need a magnifying glass just to see the mouse.
Fuck you! Mini girl is a great fetish!
do you get tired of asking the same question /co/?
Also predation is what keep explosive breeders in control. Either they have very good contraceptive methods and serious regulamentation on procreation or eating your babies is legal so they can control the population themselves just like mice in nature.
What gets me is how progressive and forward thinking these animals have been for "thousands of years," as one guy working on the show tweeted regarding how long it has been since predators stopped eating prey. We could already assume that their history has little connection to our own, but it's still fun to compare this to our own where we've pretty much ended cultures of cannibalism about 100 years ago. I'd hate to say it, but I think aliens altered the course of their history by teaching them how to raise genetically modified super bugs for food.
The Lion King was a prequel it all started when a boar and a suricate decided to raise a lion on bugs alone.
>being this shit
>expects to get paid
As usual I se-
Wait a second. I think that's the guy who actually copyrighted his TOTALLY original characters and always brags about it while threatening "thiefs".
The thing is that Disney doesn't have to go down this route. It puts a negative stigma on their movie, high risk for little reward. They don't even have to take risks; they're fucking Disney. I'd buy the furbait argument if they were some lesser studio trying to make waves anywhere, but Disney doesn't have to do that.
I think I get my crossdressing fetish from Bugs, but I didn't turn into a furry.
I even had a crush on Fifi la Fume when I was a little older.
Then again, I'm not as repulsed about furries fucking each other in their stupid costumes (or not if that's their thing). It's their "i'm so cute *holds up paws* pay attention to me" roleplaying personalities they shove into all situations whether it's appropriate or not.
I really don't like those things. I think they're ugly and look crappy, but for some reason they make them for everything in existence.
I'm just going to go for the Infinity toys. They look nice and they'll give me at least an hour or two of digital amusement each.
it's a mask, he's a failure, petty thief and scammer.
But his smug is s cute!
Friendly reminder Disney went from this majestic use of music and animation to Shakira's anal farts.
post your country and a mammal that could represent it in zootopia.
Last time I posted this I got banned but whatever here you go
I'm sure there will be more going on in the soundtrack than the queefs of Shakira's bootyhole. It takes place in contemporary times where Ke$ha had the number one single a few years ago.
Posting this here because it got deleted last thread for whatever reason
I guess it was too cute
The sample source is worth a listen too, people.
>characters don't wear shoes
Guess I won't be seeing this film!
Part of me wanted to vote Gazelle for her Shakira-infused sultriness, but I had to pick Judy for her adorkable-ness and the fact that she'd probably make a better friend in general.
im pretty sure modeling new characters takes some time.
We need a zootopia version of this.
Get on it drawfags
Hmm, if Robin Hood had been released today, would it have captured the furry audience?
How many furries have experience in their youth with the film that contributed to them becoming furries?
what if Zootopia reaches a popularity like Cars, or god forbid, frozen?
>what if Zootopia reaches a popularity like Cars
I know Cars is basically a toy franchise, but do kids grow up to be autophiles? Do the pursue careers in mechanics for all the wrong reasons?
>or god forbid, frozen?
I'd laugh my ass off.
It's going to be rough. I've already got my calander marked to remind me to avoid Zootopia threads starting with the first country's release and not ending until the US release. Thanks pirates.
John K's opinion about anthro is kind of shit desu senpai. Robin Hood had extremely charming character designs, but John K refers to them as just being animal heads on human bodies.
Also, I question any claim that Robin Hood was "made by furries." Sure, there have always been people who are attracted to anthropomorphic animals, but the furry fandom didn't really exist back in the early 1970s. The movie called for a dashing and heroic lead character who happens to also be a fox, so that's what the artists drew. The role of Maid Marian called for a kind and beautiful female character who happened to be a fox, so that's what they drew.
I think John K is just making broad generalizations because he hated the movie and saying stuff like that ups his rep as being part of the "anti-Disney" movement in the animation community. Robin Hood may be a flawed movie but it clearly did something right to have become such a fan favorite, even if we discount all the people who have sexual thoughts about the characters.
I think Zootopia will be a merchandising success, but not quite the way Cars was. It will move a shitton of plush toys, I'm sure, although kids don't really outgrow toy cars quite as early as stuffed animals. Then again, Cars is a very childish looking movie and I wouldn't think that it necessarily has the same lasting appeal towards kids who build massive Hotwheels tracks in their basements, so what do I know.
In terms of popularity, there's no knowing what will be the next Frozen, because audiences are unpredictable that way. I suspect it will be a bigger hit than Wreck It Ralph and at the very least will be comparable to Big Hero 6, but we'll have to wait and find out.
Okay wordsmith, what adjective would you use to describe the character designs?
The furry fandom really started sometime in the 1980s but back then it was all realistically proportioned human bodies with realistic animal heads. The first generation to grow up with Robin Hood on VHS was the one that really started the trend of "Disney-style" anthro characters being the norm in the furry fandom's art, and it really boomed as the internet became more accessible to those people.
>I really wish they would just release them at the same time. Or at least release the AMERICAN MADE MOVIE in America first, whatever their reasoning is.
I'm pretty sure the only reason Star Wars got released in the USA first is because 1) Disney wanted to avoid spoilers getting out, and 2) it's Star Wars and they knew it would make $1 billion + merchandising even if some poorfag slavs pirate it. Star Wars was exceptional, because for every other movie these days it's the norm to release it internationally before the domestic release. Also, foreign dubs act as a sort of built-in region coding, because pirates generally only want to bother with the English version and then add subtitle files to it.
Make up your mind about what point you are trying to make, because I don't think you really know.yourself.
Your post was vague and didn't have a point so I just posted a picture of a pre-Robin Hood "kemono film." Maybe try considering whether or not you actually have a thesis statement next time you are going to try and respond to someone.
>You only say it's boring because everyone copies it.
When you stated this, I was under the assumption that you were only referring to everyone copying off of designs that Robin Hood had "introduced" when clearly it's untrue.
I won't doubt Disney's influence on Japanese animation because they are the reason it exists. But you posted a film that came out way before RH, so I think you failed to read what you wrote.
If you look at the old film you can see that it does not look like Robin Hood. Your insinuation was that Robin Hood was similar to kemono art that came before it, which it wasn't. At least I think that's the point you were trying to make, because you didn't give me much to respond to.
>Your insinuation was that Robin Hood was similar to kemono art that came before it
I never said that, you said that every film after Robin Hood copied its art style when clearly that's untrue.
It's not about acceptance, it's about marketing and localization. They're making the movie more relatable for the target audience and thus more likely to get good reception and eventually cash from them.
They did the same thing with Inside Out, where the broccoli was changed to green bell peppers in the Japanese version, since that's the common "food children hate" there.
I didn't mean that literally every movie that came out after Robin Hood copied it, just that it became the quintessential "furry" art style because it's so popular. Browse pretty much anywhere that you can find Western furry art and most of it will be derived from Robin Hood in some way or another. Even a lot of professionally made entertainment is influenced by it, like Sly Cooper for example.
Haven't you noticed? Disney is bland inoffensive politically correct flavorless mush (thanks Duckman). They do this for the sake of highest possible profits.
This is why Zootopia's ending will be Cultural Enrichment due to Multiculturalism between the animal species. You know propaganda about shit like that even though factually multiculturalism doesn't work. Just ask the EU.
>8 for nudist panther
>mfw nudist panther turns out to be a male
>mfw this changes nothing
Hmm, yes, a multinational corporation is localizing their film and picking up local talent in various international markets because they're afraid of losing profits due to teenagers making blog posts on the internet.
yes. The show portrays america as stupid dogs as ruthless soldiers, but they're the most hardcore fucks in the show you can't help but root for them.
Everyone else is either a little korean mousey bitch or a french sexy fox
>This is why Zootopia's ending will be Cultural Enrichment due to Multiculturalism between the animal species
The way you make that sound seems like you actually think they'll have Nick and Judy fuck.
It's a generation raised by social media. What do you expect.
>ywn see a Judy-Kaa-type scene in the movie that fulfills the hypno/constrict/vore fetish categories
If someone on 4chan saying its gonna happen, thats mean he just exaggerating and it's not gonna happen at all.
>tfw love Hypfoo's artstyle and the delirious/ecstatic look he gives female characters in some of his art
>tfw not into vore
He does a bit of everything.
As much as I want this movie to succeed and have a sequel, I can't help but feel as though there's way too much potential content out there for them to work with just a simple movie. The puns practically write themselves.
For instance, imagine a "Bonkers"-style animated series featuring Clawhauser.
>"Paw & Order: ZPD"
An "Office"-style comedy about the female snow leopard and her coworkers.
I could continue, but the cringe is too much.
This is the most likely. On one hand they don't have to have him come out, on the other he's kind of stereotypical. If he shows sexual interest in Gazelle it'll all come tumbling down.
Seeing Disney do some hulu or netflix stuff with it would be nice. They can out do Dreamworks, but they are known for a certain quality.
Then again, after The Lion Gaurd happened, all bets are off.
And here's a few more:
A mystery series involving hackers taking on Zootopia's corruption.
A horror show about the finding remaining "feral virus" victims.
>"Fear the Walking Pred"
A crime drama about Zootopia's criminal underground.
Finally, the zany antics of pre-Zootopian citizenry in Tundratown.
Multiculturalism doesn't work if you morons don't stop trying screw over each other on who's the best at gathering immigrants. The reason why EU is failing is a lack of communication and shared common goals for the European continent.
TLDR: EU "Leaders" are shite.
Disney thought Pocahontas was Oscar-bait that had a shot at best picture. Some of the lyrics in the songs are downright laughable, though. It's like they're trying to explain the complex tensions between the natives and the settlers to a bunch of 7 year olds by dumbing it down to "they're not like us so they must be evil!"
>Polar bear priest
Excellent. Good to know God-fearing creatures are still popular among the Disney crowd.
>Disney is throwing their full might at Zootopia
If Disney gave a damn about the movie, they would be releasing it in a November.
Disney is putting all their might behind Moana. They even bumped Finding Dora to take over it's release date.
This really is furry propaganda disguised as a children's film, holy shit. Subliminal messaging and everything.
I actually want to hope so. I hope Nick's the one who wants to rape her, but in a stunning tiwst of Disney conventions she actually doesn't want his advances.
Unlikely. According to western cartoon logic, liking a singer = mad lust. Still, he could be bi.
Giving it a full listen, it's not as bad as I thought it would be, just a little bland. There are a lot of ways to convey the song's message and the it doesn't break new ground in conveying it through repetitive pop.
>They want the french to see it while their country still exists.
All this talk about furry zines and bad art reminds me that Jim Carry's character in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind was caught beating it to a furry zine when he was little. I least I think that happened. I remember the art being bad.
Otterton is still doing pretty good, even better than Gazelle last I checked. I'm sure otter wife will get more popular once we see more of her. Has she even shown up in any trailers after the first teaser trailer many months ago? I want to hear her voice.
True devotion to your waifu.
Fat fetishes are gross
Could this movie break any record merchandise related? Just talking about animated movies.
Furries are going to buy everything.
I'm a furfag and I only intend on buying Nick's disney infinity figurine.
It's going to sit on my computer tower right next to my Fox McCloud Amiibo.
The rest of the merchandise is pretty tacky, especially the clothes.
Look more like xeroxes he made because he didn't own the comic himself.
Or maybe a friend xeroxed them for him. There's three holes punched and it was in a folder at some point.
Things were different before the internet, kids. Don't judge.
>Little Golden Books are still around
Man, did I love those books as a kid. Comfy as hell.
Absolutely this. Minions was especially bad for putting its characters on ordinary products that everyone already buys, so that when people went to the store and bought fruit juice and rice krispies, Dreamworks could say that they bought their merchandise because the boxes had yellow peanut men on them.
I think it would hurt their shipping fandom if they actually become canon in the movie. Its open ended so fans can just imagine what happens to them after the events of the movie which ever way they want to.
All I know is, Nick decides to become a cop and the only reason I can think of is because he wants to stay with Judy. Its not like they say goodbye to each other after they save the city.
Sorry I'm not into your special snowflake meme species, but I've always had a liking towards those handsome creatures before I ever knew what furry was.
Also starfox was the very first Nintendo game I played, it has a history with me
WHY THE HELL DO I ALWAYS WANT TO FUCK BIG FAT FURRY MALES
I LOVE THE PUSSY
THIS ISN'T FAIR
If they made her telepathy actually interesting and able to drastically move the plot (like telepaths in Babylon 5) instead of a giant Captain Obvious beacon telling us that the enemy coming right for us is harboring bad feelings (like Troy from Star Trek the next Generation), only then whould I say there would be justification for putting her back in.
I'm pretty sure that even if they don't hook up, the movie is going to be full of shipteasing. And there's always the potential for it to happen in a sequel, which I have little doubt that Disney is open to if the movie does well.
CG movies are a lot more economical to make sequels for than 2D animated ones. Many of the assets can be re-used, which means a much faster and cheaper turnaround than what could be possible with 2D, and that's why these days you see lots of animated movies getting sequels.
Back in the 90s and early 2000s, the best you could hope for was a shitty DTV sequel animated in Korea. These days it's just about expected that successful animated movies are going to get at least one sequel.
Amiibos are for the most part trash, especially the Smash Bros. ones. In general they have poor detail and poor paint apps. Not to mention those awful translucent support structures attached to so many of them.
>Amiibos are for the most part trash, especially the Smash Bros. ones. In general they have poor detail and poor paint apps. Not to mention those awful translucent support structures attached to so many of them.
He wasn't talking about Amiibos. Also you're wrong anyway, so, you kind of just made a big post of stupidity there. Real fun.
It's not really fair though because your first will always be your favorite. I'm sure there will be kids who think Judy Hopps is the hottest when they get older just because she was their first anthro crush.
Marian a best tho.
2D is cheap in the short term, but long term it's a lot more expensive. It's not that expensive to animated a bunch of 3D models that are already made up than it is to keep drawing 2D characters over and over again. 3D assets increase their return on the initial investment the more they get used, whereas with 2D the cost never really goes down because each frame will always have to be a new drawing, and there's not really anything that can be done to make the drawings cheaper over time.
Animal Crossing lends itself well to amiibo because the characters are already simple and smooth. The problem with Smash Bros. is that you have lots of realistic or semi-realistic looking characters, and that level of detail isn't going to be possible on a 3" vinyl figure sold for $12.
With Disney Infinity they made a deliberate stylistic choice to make them all have a stylized toyetic look. Amiibo was an afterthought for Smash Bros., and as a result they had to kind of ham-fist the character designs into a format that was ill suited for re-creating them.
>it turned out spectacular
Subjective opinions aren't facts.
CGI is cheaper by virtue of requiring smaller animation staffs, and thsee large studios have already invested in the hardware. Finding a hundred or so fully trained 2D animators in 2016 is a lost cause.