6 awesome ‘Frozen’ Easter eggs you probably missed in ‘Zootopia’

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“Zootopia” has been one of the biggest surprise box-office smashes of the year, setting records for Disney in the US and abroad.

It has also been called the “most Easter egg-packed movie ever made by Disney.” It seems even the studio’s animators can’t get enough of “Frozen.”

At least half a dozen references throw a wink to the Winter Wonderland universe that Anna and Elsa call home.

In case you missed them, here are all the “Frozen” Easter eggs in “Zootopia.”

Did we miss any? Let us know in the comments!


Tundra Town, an area of Zootopia where the colder weather creatures live, looks an awful lot like the kingdom in Disney’s “Frozen.”

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Upon closer inspection, you’ll find two little elephants dressed in Elsa and Anna costumes. How cute!

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Anna also makes a cameo of sorts. The actress who voiced her, Kristen Bell, lends her talent again as Priscilla the sloth.

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You may remember from her appearance on “Ellen,” Bell is quite the sloth-lover. She broke into tears upon meeting one.


In “Frozen,” Alan Tudyk voices the Duke of Weselton, a heartless, arrogant dignitary who gets annoyed when people call his kingdom “Weasel Town.”

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In “Zootopia,” Tudyk voices another antagonist and a real weasel, Duke Weaselton.

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He’s caught peddling counterfeit DVDs that resemble real Disney pictures, including “Meowana” (“Moana”) and “Floatzen 2” (“Frozen 2”).


Hans’s Pastry Shop pays homage to Prince Hans, the handsome, but treacherous young man who sweeps Anna off her feet in “Frozen.”

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And of course, the Grammy-winning showstopper “Let It Go” gets a nod. In a heated moment, police chief Bogo says, “Life isn’t a cartoon musical where your dreams come true, so let it go!”

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