These unused pieces of art could have changed Disney characters on-screen... for better or worse!
A LOT can change in the four-plus years it takes to make Disney or Pixar animated film. Here are 15 of the most dramatic changes.
The streets of Zootopia look a whole lot meaner this time around in a trailer that reimagines the film as a crime-thriller.
The studio has already reached the $5 billion milestone this year, beating the previous record set in 2015 by Universal Pictures.
The veteran voice actor reveals to SPINOFF how he brings his skilled celebrity mimicry to the table to create memorable characters.
Disney's "Zootopia" gets the Honest Trailers treatment, skewering the billion dollar-grossing animated hit and its head-on approach to stereotypes.
"Zootopia" hits all the right notes, adding more texture, diversity and emotion to the genre than previous funny animal films.
As Disney's huge animated hit arrives on home video, its directors map out their hopes to tell more stories set in the animal-inhabited city.
It took an artist three days and 10,000 bricks to build a LEGO sculpture of Nick Wilde from "Zootopia," and a 4-year-old a matter of moments to smash it.
Having surpassed "Zootopia" at the international box office, the "Captain America" sequel is now the year's highest-grossing film.
A making-of "Zootopia" documentary digs into the original, darker version of the film than the one released in theaters.
"Batman v Superman" had a big dip in its second weekend at the domestic box office, but still managed to nab the first place spot.
The comedy-adventure debuted in North America to $73.7 million, the biggest opening weekend of any Walt Disney Animated Studios release.
Everything from "Bridge of Spies" to "Mad Max Fury Road" get a bear-filled, yak-driven posters courtesy of Disney's next feature.