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Learn More About the Second Zootopia Film, Its Cast, and Upcoming Trailer

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After the success of Zootopia, the sequel has a lot of people waiting in anticipation. The 2016 film Zootopia managed to win over their hearts. Even after 5 years, many are still waiting for the next instalment of their favourite animated film. Not only do the performers and filmmakers want to come back because of the fans, but they also want to work on the project.

Will Disney be releasing Zootopia 2? What kind of explanation can we expect from Disney? The question of when Zootopia 2 will be released has been asked often, and the question has been posed to the production firm. Or will it always be just a pipe dream? If you want to know when Disney Plus will be getting the second Zootopia movie, read on.

When Will Disney Release Zootopia 2?

There have been rumblings that the previously announced release date for Zootopia 2 has been scrapped. Disney Plus is expected to release Zootopia 2 in March 2024, therefore fresh release date expectations have emerged.

Fans are waiting for information on when Zootopia 2 will be released. Since its scheduled debut in 2021 was scrapped, it has been one of Disney Plus’s most anticipated films. According to a survey conducted on Reddit, many individuals are willing to wait another five years to see the sequel to Zootopia because they are certain it will be as good as or perhaps better than the first film. The sequel’s directors, Rich Moore and Byron Howard, are also on board. When asked about the follow-up

The Plot of Zootopia Part 2 (2023)

The conclusion of Zootopia was not left open-ended. That means there are many of potential paths for the sequel to Zootopia to go! The options are almost limitless.

Major voice actors Bateman and Goodwin discussed their ambitions for the sequel. Goodwin has said that she is anticipating a scenario in which “Nick has to be the one to persuade Judy that the planet is worth fighting for.”

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Zooptopia  Had to Deal With a Copyright Claim

In a big setback for the future of a Zootopia sequel, Disney was sued for copyright infringement on March 21, 2017, by Gary L. Goldman’s Esplanade Productions. Goldman co-wrote Arnold Schwarzenegger’s 1990 blockbuster, Total Recall. Around his case, Goldman claims that he presented Disney his idea Looney twice (in 2000 and 2009). The plot centred on an introverted animator who adapted the popular TV series Zootopia on his own life.

Disney turned down Goldman’s proposition twice. In his case against Disney, Goldman alleged that the company stole the concepts behind the names, locations, themes, and characters that he had developed. In addition to describing his proposal, characters, etc., Goldman also supplied a sketch of early concept artwork including characters Goldman said were comparable to Disney’s Zootopia characters such as Nick Wilde, Judy Hopps, Chief Bogo, and Flash.

Disney immediately responded to Goldman’s complaint, saying Deadline at the time, “Mr. Goldman’s claim is replete with blatantly false assertions. We will fight this unprincipled effort to take credit for a hit movie he had nothing to do with in court. Despite months of back-and-forth debating the suit’s merits, Goldman and Disney were unable to reach a settlement.

After nearly eight months, the copyright infringement charges were rejected by U.S. District Judge Michael W. Fitzgerald. Goldman’s efforts to make the narratives of Looney and Zootopia look comparable were strained, in Fitzgerald’s opinion. The parallels between the two works, if any, were in the works’ concepts rather than their plots or sequences of events, making them too broad to be covered by copyright law.

Since Esplanade Productions and Goldman were unhappy with Fitzgerald’s ruling, they took their case to the Ninth Circuit. After a further year and a half, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit affirmed Judge Fitzgerald’s ruling. Goldman was unsuccessful in his appeal.

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