About a month ago, we shared a teaser video for ‘Try Everything’ from the Japanese dub of Zootopia which features Dream Ami in the role of Gazelle. Since then we have uploaded a full version of the sequence as it was released by Walt Disney Studios Japan — who in true Japanese style decided to include additional kawaii and emotional footage of Judy leaving her family for the big city. You can watch the full 3 1/2 minute sequence below:
As the train enters Tundra Town, you may have caught a glimpse of the Frozen easter egg around the 1:50 mark that was first revealed here back on February 17: the two little elephants disneybounding as Anna and Elsa (or Annaphant and Elsaphant).
The clip also gives us a good look at what’s playing in Judy’s iPawd, which was unfortunately sanitized in the domestic version of the ‘Try Everything’ teaser. It gives a good look at the bands Judy listens to (The Beagles, Black Sable, Catty Perry/Purry, Destiny’s Cub, Ewe 2, Fleetwood Yak, Fur Fighters, Gazelle, Guns N’ Rodents, Hyena Gomez, Kanine West, Mick Jaguar) and the other songs performed by Gazelle (Let It Goat, Part of Your Wool, Can You Feel the Fluff/Fuzz/Fur Tonight, Ara-bunny Nights).
And naturally the title puns don’t stop (or start) there. One of the biggest laughs in the film come from the video bootlegs being sold by Duke Weaselton. Among them are already released films such as Pig Hero 6 (Big Hero 6), Wrangled (Tangled) and Wreck-It Rhino (Wreck-It Ralph). Weaselton even had films that aren’t even out yet: Meowna (Moana), Giraffic (The ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’-inspired Gigantic) and Floatzen 2 (Frozen 2).
And speaking of Big Hero 6, that calendar in Chief Bogo’s office? It’s a photo of non other than picturesque San Fransokyo.
And of course, it just wouldn’t be a Disney film without a hidden Mickey or two. Here’s a very detailed stuffed Mickey that can be found in the back of the baby stroller passing the one being pushed by Nick Wilde with Fennick.
And finally (for now), a more traditional (and somewhat abstract) hidden Mickey in the fur of the non-stereotypical Officer Clawhauser.