Byron Howard

Silly suitors at Christmas pt II

I’m stopping in for a moment to drop this off…. hope you enjoy.

Slightly intoxicated Louis and light weight Leo singing the Michael Buble Christmas album while throwing tinsel all over (I picture them just walking and twirling down the hall throwing handfuls out over statues and railings).

The unholy thing that is Sid and Nico wrapping Christmas presents. It went from who can wrap the fastest to the great paper cut war of 2016.

Where is Robert? Still icing cookies … and he found the eggnog. If hedgehogs can be amused, Amber is having a blast.

Alyn is icing all the gingerbread men - and they’re all little gingerbread knights ready to fight for their gingerbread castle. Arthur sneaks a bite every once in a while - man down!

Byron looking at fruitcake “What the hell is this? This is peasant food. Don’t eat that Spinner!“

Giles and Albert re-wrapping the presents - and arguing over who’s corners are tighter and ribbons have more curl. Pls…

Bonus- Michelangelo climbing the Christmas tree.

Howard pitched [Zootopia] to Disney Chief Creative Officer John Lasseter five years ago, on the hopes of working on a movie like one of his favorites, the 1973 Disney animated version of ‘Robin Hood,’ but using the tools of modern computer animation.

“[Lasseter] said, ‘I will fully support any movie that has animals running around in tiny clothes,’ Howard said. ‘He hugged me and picked me up and carried me around. He was very enthusiastic.’
'Zootopia' directors talk sequel, TV potential

“With the box office-busting Disney film set for home entertainment release on June 7, the most pressing question surrounding Zootopia — which opened on March 4 and has since grossed a whopping $993 million worldwide — is what comes next.

‘The fan response is a huge help for that kind of thing,’ says co-director Byron Howard, who says he and co-director Rich Moore were overwhelmed by audience reactions to the grown-up kid caper. 'I think we all loved the world so much and got so attached to the characters, that we actually got a little sad when the film finally came out [because] we felt like, ‘Well, we’re kind of done with it.’ And it’s nice that there’s this potential for it to get bigger.’

No plans have been announced as of yet, but if its studio predecessors are any indication, Zootopia stands to take a few leaps following its theatrical run.

'We cut a lot out during the making of the film,’ says Howard. 'We introduced districts that we talked about that couldn’t fit in, other characters that we eliminated from the movie. There’s a vast potential for this world, so I’d love to see something more come from it.'”


Learn how to draw Judy Hopps with Zootopia director Byron Howard!

See how his ear “reacts” when she starts to talk to him?
Those details are awesome
I love the animation design so like in every scene I stared at how the characters move XD

Sorry for any misspelling xD

This single picture shows why Zootopia will be different from every other Disney animal centered movie, scratch that, every animal movie period: these characters are a fantasy depiction of animals if they evolved with contemporary human socialisation. Notice how Judy’s paws instinctively pair and point down? have you also noticed that her legs are ready to pounce? This level of intricacy with making the Zootopian animals believable is beautiful. The Disney animators didn’t have to go through this much effort but they did anyway. Moana fans: give Zootopia a chance. Both movies are made by the same studio so it’s only fair you place them on equal merit.    

His hawaiian shirt have almost the same design as the wall of his old house!