Friday 3rd June 2016
Walt Disney Animation Studios comedy-adventure, Zootropolis has broken records worldwide earning more than $900 million at the global box office to date. The best reviewed movie of 2016, critics and audiences around the world have fallen in love with the wonderfully innovative animal metropolis of Zootropolis and the comedic chemistry of rookie rabbit officer Judy Hopps (Ginnifer Goodwin) and scam-artist fox Nick Wilde (Jason Bateman). It's been called one of the best buddy cop comedies in years! Thankfully, there's more-much more.
When the runaway hit arrives home on Digital HD, Blu-ray and DVD platforms on 25th July 2016, viewers will not only be able to enjoy the vibrant world of Zootropolis and reunite with their favourite characters, but also discover more about the evolution of this extraordinary tale through in-depth bonus offerings.
Features include candid conversations with filmmakers and artists behind Zootropolis, an alternate opening, never-before-seen characters and deleted scenes and a sneak peek at some of the hidden Easter Eggs that make reference to Disney Animation's most beloved films and characters.
Directed by Byron Howard (Tangled, Bolt) and Rich Moore (Wreck-It Ralph, The Simpsons) and produced by Clark Spencer (Wreck-It-Ralph, Lilo & Stitch), the progressive mammal metropolis of Zootropolis is a melting pot where animals from every habitat live side by side and anyone can be anything. But when new rabbit police officer Judy Hopps (voice of Ginnifer Goodwin) arrives in town she discovers that being the first bunny on a police force of tough, hulking animals isn't so easy. Determined to prove herself, she jumps at the opportunity to crack an unsolved, challenging case even if it means working with a fast-talking, scam-artist fox, Nick Wilde (voice of Jason Bateman), to solve the mystery. But the case leads these two unlikely partners to an uneasy conclusion that Zootropolis's evolved society is being pulled apart by unseen forces determined to use fear to take control of the city by turning predators and prey against each other.
Others who helped bring the world of Zootropolis to life, include a remarkable roster of voice talent including Idris Elba (BBC's Luther, Golden Globe®-nominated for Netflix's Beasts of No Nation) as Judy's no-nonsense cape buffalo boss Chief Bogo, Jenny Slate (Obvious Child, Marcel the Shell) as Assistant Mayor Bellwether, Nate Torrence (HBO's Hello Ladies, Fox's Weird Loners) as charming cheetah Clawhauser, Bonnie Hunt (Return to Me, Jerry Maguire) and Don Lake (Dumb and Dumber To, The Bonnie Hunt Show) as Judy's anxious, but supportive parents, Tommy Chong (Up in Smoke, That '70s Show) as Yax the Yak, J.K. Simmons (Juno, Oscar® winner for Whiplash) as Mayor Lionheart, Octavia Spencer (Insurgent, Oscar® winner for The Help) as the distraught Mrs. Otterton, Alan Tudyk (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Trumbo) as Duke Weaselton, Shakira as the socially minded international pop star Gazelle, Raymond Persi (Wreck-It Ralph, WDAS story artist) as Flash the sloth, Maurice LaMarche (Pinky and the Brain, two-time Emmy® winner Futurama) as Mr. Big, Tiny Lister (Friday, The Fifth Element) as Finnick, John DiMaggio (Fox's Futurama, Cartoon Network's Adventure Time) as Jerry Jumbeaux Jr., Katie Lowes (ABC's Scandal, Big Hero 6) as Dr. Badger, and Jesse Corti (Frozen, Beauty and the Beast) as Mr. Manchas.
The film is also supported by an emotional and powerful music score created by Michael Giacchino (Jurassic World, Academy Award®-winning composer for Disney.Pixar's Up) and an inspiring original song, Try Everything, performed by Grammy®-winning, international superstar Shakira (voice of Zootropolis's biggest pop star, Gazelle) and written by Grammy®-winning singer-songwriter Sia and songwriting duo Stargate.
Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.