Interesting question to be posed. Would you consider a character who was created by furries to be a furbait character? I suppose this falls into the “any medium” section of the definition of furrybait. Zootopia is undeniably a movie full of furrybait material, and that is obvious when it comes to a character like Jack Savage can make sense in the context of the universe it takes place in.
I must say he is a rather peculiar character, to say the least. I mean if people could fall for James Bond for decades, why would a rabbit version of James Bond be any less different? I feel like he would definitely be cuddly and kind when it comes to loving you, but he would prefer to keep all his work a private business, claiming he just worked as a police officer, not a secret spy. He is rather aesthetically wonderful.
So I will conclude this with the simple statement that yes, Jack Savage is furrybait. He is also a rather interesting fanon creation and I see potential with the Zootopia fanbase to create more characters in a similar fashion.
EDIT: I AM BOO BOO THE FOOL BECAUSE I DON’T REALLY KNOW ZOOTOPIA LORE. JACK IS A CHARACTER DESIGNED ORIGINALLY, NOT A FAN CHARACTER. VERDICT REMAINS: FURRYBAIT
My Harley Quinn headcanon is even bigger now. I’m 98% sure that Harley was pregnant with the jokers kid before she went to jail and had a miss carriage. I mean you can see the baby clothes in the background at the part when the joker is in his circle of weapons talking about getting Harley back and in her dream that she wanted she had twins. Also whenever someone talking about children I noticed Harley would get a bit savage. That would make sense for someone who just had a miscarriage. Then my friend swears she saw a ultrasound machine in the quick flashes at the first part of the movie when Harley was shocked. I know this may sound weird but I’m serious. I think she had a miscarriage or her and the joker were trying to get pregnant or something…
NATALIE DORMER HAS BECOME THE GO-TO ACTRESS FOR SPIRITED, INTELLIGENT WOMEN. AND, AS STYLIST FINDS OUT, THERE’S A GOOD REASON WHY
Natalie Dormer has just jumped fully clothed into a swimming pool. It is a heated pool in the opulent Hotel Café Royal, but regardless, it’s still a surprise to see a Game Of Thrones and Hunger Games star, in a £6,000 dress, swimming around like a mermaid, hair plastered to her scalp, in full make-up. But then one thing you quickly learn about 33-year-old Natalie is that she’s very much her own woman, with a savage sense of what she will and won’t do. She is an actress who won’t be put in a box, either professionally or personally. And doing so has given her major Hollywood credentials.
Since graduating from drama school in 2005, Natalie’s rise to fame has been slow and steady, with occasional dips into a-little bit-too-slow and not-all-that-steady. She made her name playing Anne Boleyn in The Tudors in 2007 followed by roles in Captain America: The First Avenger and BBC drama Silk. But then in 2012 along came the character of Margaery Tyrell in Game Of Thrones and Natalie proved herself one of the show’s most compelling talents. And that’s no mean feat in a series which has won both critical and audience acclaim – the finale of season four was watched by 9.3 million in the US, becoming HBO’s most popular show ever.
And then there was that other mega franchise The Hunger Games. In 2014, Natalie starred alongside Jennifer Lawrence, Julianne Moore and Philip Seymour Hoffman, which catapulted her into another league. It’s fair to say Natalie played the game of show business and won big.
Fiercely smart – a missed A Level grade curtailed her plan to study at Cambridge University – Natalie chats easily about politics, philosophy and gender between shots (more on which later). In conversation she can be intense and she is accomplished in front of the camera – although I’m happy to see that she’s eschewed the Louboutins we’ve provided for hotel slippers when we shoot on dry land. She’s 5ft 6 but somehow seems taller, and I notice that most of the undercut she (controversially) had for The Hunger Games has grown back.
Natalie, who was born in Berkshire, is also very down to earth, chatting happily with the hair and make-up team and tucking into a caesar salad, popcorn and green tea. When we discover there’s a press conference for the UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship) in the hotel she shocks everyone with her knowledge of it. And there’s a brilliant moment when her phone rings. “It’s one of those numbers,” she mock moans – she means PPI – before telling us about claiming back her own PPI and recommending we follow suit: “Don’t use a middle man, fill in the forms yourself!”