Continuity mistake: When Mrs. Otterton is in Chief Bogo's office holding her family photo with both paws, in the wideshots her purse is hanging in the crook of her left arm, but after a brief shot of Judy, when it cuts to Mrs. Otterton's closeup as she tells Bogo about her two beautiful children her purse is gone, then after another brief shot of Judy the purse is back in its place again in the wideshot.
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Other mistake: This is a small error with the UK release of the film. For reasons that Disney have not disclosed, the film was renamed to "Zootropolis" and has had almost every mention of the word "Zootopia" both vocally and visually changed. However, just before Judy is interviewed you see the camera pan over the reporters and Chief Bogo. If you look on the floor it says "pia" as in "Zootopia." It is clear that this texture was not changed to say "Zootropolis" due to its placement, as it would have involved rendering the whole scene again just for this word change.
Continuity mistake: When the landlady shows Judy to her "luxury apartment" note the position of the vertical deadbolt lock affixed to the front door and jamb, but the next morning when Judy leaves for the ZPD, as she unlocks the door the deadbolt lock has moved higher up on the door and jamb (note wallpaper). Additionally, just as Judy opens the door we can see that although the interior deadbolt is affixed higher, its key cylinder on the exterior side is much lower, which makes no sense, but then the deadbolt is back to normal.
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Trivia: 5 of the 6 parody movies Duke is selling are movies that 1 or more of the Zootopia writers worked on. Big Hero Six, Tangled, Wreck-it-Ralph, Moana, and Frozen 2. Giraffic is a parody of the upcoming Disney movie Gigantic, a Jack and the bean stalk inspired film. Duke does mention he has movies that haven't even been released yet.
Question: When Judy starts her mission to find Mr. Otterton and finds Nick with his partner, Finnick, she manages to hustle the fox, get him to confess his crimes on a voice recorder, and forces him to assist her on her mission before she decides to arrest him. Finnick laughs at Nick's humiliation and walks away. Why does Judy let Finnick off the hook despite the fact he was involved in Nick's scams?John Ohman
Question: When Nick first appears on the screen, he walks in front of a big truck driven by a ram. Is the ram driving the truck Doug (Bellwether's sniper who composes the serum)? Also, when Judy and Nick confront Bellwether at the museum, is Doug the ram who blocks the doorway (dressed as a cop) Judy and Nick try to escape through or a different ram?John Ohman
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