List of accolades received by Zootopia

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List of accolades received by Zootopia
Byron Howard (left) and Rich Moore (right) garnered many accolades for co-directing the film.
Total number of awards and nominations
Totals2466

Zootopia (known as Zootropolis in some regions)[1] is a 2016 American 3D computer-animated buddy comedy film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. The film was directed by Byron Howard and Rich Moore and was based on a screenplay written by Jared Bush (who also co-directed) and Phil Johnston.[2] Zootopia focuses on the unlikely partnership between an ambitious rabbit police officer, Judy Hopps (voiced by Ginnifer Goodwin) and a crafty red fox con artist, Nick Wilde (voiced by Jason Bateman) as they uncover a conspiracy behind the mysterious disappearance of predators from a mammalian metropolis.[3]

The film premiered on February 11, 2016, in Denmark[4] before going into wide release in more than 3,800 theaters in the United States and Canada on March 4.[5] It debuted in first place on its opening weekend earning more than $75 million.[6] Zootopia grossed a worldwide total of over $1 billion at the box office on a production budget of $150 million.[7] Rotten Tomatoes, a review aggregator surveyed 256 reviews, and judged 98% to be positive.[8]

Zootopia garnered a variety of awards and nominations, many of them in the Best Animated Feature category. At the 89th Academy Awards, the film won Best Animated Feature. It also won the Golden Globe Award for Best Animated Feature Film and was nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Animated Film. At the 44th Annie Awards, Zootopia received eleven nominations and won six including Best Animated Feature and Outstanding Achievement, Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production for Bateman. The film won Best Animated Motion Picture at the 28th Producers Guild of America Awards. Goodwin received the Best Animated Female award from the Alliance of Women Film Journalists and received nominations from the People's Choice Awards, and the Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association. Musician Sia and music producers Stargate garnered a nomination for the Grammy Award for Best Song Written for Visual Media for "Try Everything". The American Film Institute included Zootopia in their list of the top ten of 2016.[9]

Accolades[edit]

AwardDate of ceremonyCategoryRecipient(s) and nominee(s)ResultRef.
AARPFebruary 6, 2017Best Movie for Grownups who Refuse to Grow UpZootopiaNominated[10]
Academy AwardsFebruary 26, 2017Best Animated FeatureByron Howard, Rich Moore, and Clark SpencerWon[11]
African-American Film Critics AssociationFebruary 8, 2017Best Animation FilmZootopiaWon[12]
Alliance of Women Film JournalistsDecember 21, 2016Best Animated FilmJared Bush, Byron Howard and Rich MooreWon[13]
Best Animated FemaleGinnifer GoodwinWon[a]
American Cinema EditorsJanuary 27, 2017Best Edited Animated Feature FilmFabienne Rawley and Jeremy MiltonWon[14]
American Film InstituteDecember 7, 2016Top Ten Movies of the YearZootopiaWon[9]
Annie AwardsFebruary 4, 2017Best Animated FeatureZootopiaWon[15]
[16]
Outstanding Achievement, Character Design in an Animated Feature ProductionCory LoftisWon
Outstanding Achievement, Directing in an Animated Feature ProductionByron Howard and Rich MooreWon
Outstanding Achievement, Storyboarding in an Animated Feature ProductionDean WellinsWon
Outstanding Achievement, Writing in an Animated Feature ProductionJared Bush and Phil JohnstonWon
Outstanding Achievement, Voice Acting in an Animated Feature ProductionJason BatemanWon[b]
Outstanding Achievement, Animated Effects in an Animated ProductionDong Joo Byun, Henrik Fält, Sam Klock, Rattanin Sirinaruemarn and Thom WickesNominated
Outstanding Achievement, Character Animation in a Feature ProductionDave HardinNominated
Outstanding Achievement, Character Animation in a Feature ProductionChad SellersNominated
Outstanding Achievement, Production Design in an Animated Feature ProductionDavid Goetz and Matthias LechnerNominated
Outstanding Achievement, Editorial in an Animated Feature ProductionJeremy Milton and Fabienne RawleyNominated
Austin Film Critics AssociationDecember 28, 2016Best Animated FilmZootopiaNominated[17]
Black Reel AwardsFebruary 16, 2017Outstanding Voice PerformanceIdris ElbaNominated[18]
British Academy Children's AwardsNovember 20, 2016Feature FilmByron Howard, Rich Moore, and Clark SpencerWon[19]
BAFTA Kids' VoteZootopiaWon
British Academy Film AwardsFebruary 12, 2017Best Animated FilmByron Howard and Rich MooreNominated[20]
Casting Society of AmericaJanuary 19, 2017AnimationJamie Sparer RobertsNominated[21]
Chicago Film Critics AssociationDecember 15, 2016Best Animated FilmZootopiaNominated[22]
Cinema Audio Society AwardsFebruary 18, 2017Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Motion Picture – AnimatedScott Curtis, David E. Fluhr, Gabriel Guy, Joel Iwataki and Paul McGrathNominated[23]
Critics' Choice Movie AwardsDecember 11, 2016Best Animated FeatureZootopiaWon[24]
Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics AssociationDecember 13, 2016Best Animated FilmZootopiaWon[25]
Florida Film Critics CircleDecember 23, 2016Best Animated FilmZootopiaRunner-up[26]
Golden Globe AwardsJanuary 8, 2017Best Animated Feature FilmZootopiaWon[27]
Golden Trailer AwardsMay 4, 2016Best Original Score TV Spot"Try Everything Voice 3 Days – IMAX"Nominated[28]
[29]
Most Original TV Spot"Oscar Review"Won
Best Pre-Show Theatrical Advertising for a Brand"Popcorn Club"Nominated
Golden Trailer AwardsJune 6, 2017Best Radio / Audio Spot"Zootopia Awards"Nominated[30]
[31]
Grammy AwardsFebruary 12, 2017Best Song Written for Visual MediaSia and Stargate for "Try Everything"Nominated[32]
Hollywood Film AwardsNovember 6, 2016Hollywood Animation AwardZootopiaWon[33]
Hollywood Music in Media AwardsNovember 17, 2016Best Original Score – Animated FilmMichael GiacchinoNominated[34]
Best Song – Animated FilmSia and Stargate for "Try Everything"Nominated
Hollywood Post AllianceNovember 17, 2016Outstanding Sound – Feature FilmDavid Fluhr, Gabriel Guy, and Addison TeagueNominated[35]
Houston Film Critics SocietyJanuary 6, 2017Best Animated Feature FilmZootopiaNominated[36]
International Film Music Critics AssociationFebruary 23, 2017Best Original Score For An Animated FilmMichael GiacchinoNominated[37]
Japan Academy PrizeMarch 3, 2017Outstanding Foreign Language FilmZootopiaNominated[38]
Kids' Choice AwardsMarch 11, 2017Favorite Animated MovieZootopiaNominated[39]
[40]
Favorite FrenemiesJason Bateman and Ginnifer GoodwinWon
Motion Picture Sound EditorsFebruary 19, 2017Feature English Language: Dialogue/ADRJeremy Bowker, Ronni Brown, Stephen M. Davis, Christopher Flick, Earl Ghaffari, Lee Gilmore, Dan Laurie, Willard Overstreet, John Roesch, Addison Teague, Daniel Waldman and Jack WhittakerNominated[41]
New York Film Critics CircleDecember 1, 2016Best Animated FilmZootopiaWon[42]
Online Film Critics SocietyJanuary 3, 2017Best Animated FeatureZootopiaNominated[43]
People's Choice AwardsJanuary 18, 2017Favorite MovieZootopiaNominated[44]
Favorite Family MovieZootopiaNominated
Favorite Animated Movie VoiceJason BatemanNominated
Favorite Animated Movie VoiceGinnifer GoodwinNominated
Producers Guild of AmericaJanuary 28, 2017Best Animated Motion PictureClark SpencerWon[45]
San Diego Film Critics SocietyDecember 12, 2016Best Animated FilmZootopiaNominated[46]
San Francisco Film Critics CircleDecember 11, 2016Best Animated FeatureZootopiaNominated[47]
Satellite AwardsFebruary 19, 2017Best Animated or Mixed Media FeatureZootopiaNominated[48]
Saturn AwardsJune 28, 2017Best Animated FilmZootopiaNominated[49]
Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of AmericaMay 20, 2017Ray Bradbury AwardJared Bush, Phil Johnston, and Byron HowardNominated[50]
St. Louis Film Critics AssociationDecember 18, 2016Best Animated FilmZootopiaWon[51]
Teen Choice AwardsJuly 31, 2016Choice Music: Song from a Movie or TV ShowShakira for "Try Everything"Nominated[52]
Toronto Film Critics AssociationDecember 11, 2016Best Animated FilmZootopiaWon[53]
Village Voice Film PollJanuary 6, 2017Best Animated FeatureZootopia3rd Place[54]
Visual Effects SocietyFebruary 7, 2017Outstanding Visual Effects in an Animated FeatureDavid Goetz, Scott Kersavage, Ernest J. Petti and Bradford S. SimonsenNominated[55]
Outstanding Effects Simulations in an Animated FeatureNicholas Burkard, Moe El-Ali, Claudia Chung Sanii and Thom WickesNominated
Washington D.C. Area Film Critics AssociationDecember 5, 2016Best Animated FeatureZootopiaNominated[56]
Best Voice PerformanceJason BatemanNominated
Best Voice PerformanceGinnifer GoodwinNominated

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