BREAKING: Zootopia-Themed Land Announced for Shanghai Disneyland

Today, Shanghai Disney Resort announced that a “Zootopia”-themed land is coming to Shanghai Disneyland, marking the second major expansion since the resort opened in 2016. Construction is targeted to begin later this year.

Based on the Walt Disney Animation Studios’ hit animated movie, this exciting development will be the park’s eighth themed land and the first-ever “Zootopia”-themed land at any Disney park.

Guests will be invited to experience the mammalian metropolis of Zootopia “where anyone can be anything,” with a new major attraction that will seamlessly blend Disney storytelling and state-of-the-art technology to bring this fan-favorite movie and its characters to life – including Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde. Entertainment, merchandise, and food and beverage offerings will invite guests to fully immerse themselves in the Academy-Award-winning animated movie.

The development of the world’s first “Zootopia”-themed land follows the huge success of the “Zootopia” animated movie globally, particularly in China where it broke box office records to become the country’s No. 1 animated feature film in history.

4 thoughts on “BREAKING: Zootopia-Themed Land Announced for Shanghai Disneyland”

  1. I am remembering the movie Zootopia. There were those “paw” shaped popsicles that Nick Wilde would make. Also I recall an elephant ice cream shop. That was some of the food that I remember from the Zootopia movie. I also remember they had different neighborhoods, such as the teeny tiny neighborhood that was for little mice and shrews and things. I am think that little teeny tiny area would be PERFECT for you to be able to see through windows in the “queue” for the ride. They could have lots of little scenes to look at. Maybe they could have a ride that went though all the different neighborhoods and the rooms would have different temperatures and humidities to make you feel like you were in the polar area or the jungle area. I think this sounds very exciting!

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