‘Zootopia’ nabs Golden Globe for best animated feature film
LOS ANGELES: Buddy cop comedy “Zootopia” on Sunday nabbed the Golden Globe for best animated feature film, crowning a record year for Disney.
The film centers on the intrepid rabbit police officer Judy Hopps, who along with a fox solves a crime in a metropolis inhabited by a diverse population of anthropomorphized animals.
The critically acclaimed flick was helped along by a massive promotional campaign, raking in more than one billion dollars at box offices worldwide.
Disney became the first studio to cross the $7 billion threshold within a one-year window.
“Zootopia” beat out another Disney film, “Moana,” along with “Kubo and the Two Strings,” “Sing” and the French-Swiss stop-motion movie “My Life as a Zucchini” — a critical success and the only non-US film in the category.