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Disney's Zootopia Is Bound To Be A WILD Movie! WATCH The Second Official Trailer HERE!

| Filed under: Film FlickersDisneyJason BatemanGinnifer Goodwin

We totally can't wait to see this!

As we reported last month, Disney's Zootopia released its first trailer where Jason Bateman and Ginnifer Goodwin's characters are annoyed by a very slow DMV worker who turns out to be a sloth.

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On Thursday, a second trailer was released for the 3D flick which features even more insight into the film!

In the animated comedy, Goodwin plays Officer Judy Hopps, the first rabbit to ever join the Zootopia Police Department.

However, things get ugly when some of the animals in this fantasyland start turning savage! OH NO!

You can watch the film in theatres on March 4!

In the meantime, ch-ch-check out the trailer (above)!

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Disney's Zootopia Has The Worst DMV With Literal Sloths In Charge — Watch The HIGHlariously Slooooooooow New Trailer HERE!

| Filed under: Film FlickersDisneyJason BatemanGinnifer GoodwinHIGHlarious

And we thought OUR DMV was bad!

Zootopia is Disney's latest animated flick due out next spring and we can't wait!

We already got a great introduction to some of the characters in the first teaser AND we were given the rundown on the AH-Mazing voice cast for the film — but in the new trailer (above) we get a scene from the flick!

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Jason Bateman's character, Nick Wilde, is joined by Ginnifer Goodwin's Judy Hopps as they try and talk to a DMV worker who OF COURSE is a sloth. LOLz!

Ch-ch-check out the HIGHlarious trailer (above) and let us know if you'll be catching Zootopia when it hits theaters March 4!

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Idris Elba Leads The All-Stars Voicing Disney's Zootopia! See The Rest Of The Cast And Their Cartoon Counterparts HERE!

| Filed under: Film FlickersDisneyJason BatemanOctavia SpencerGinnifer GoodwinIdris Elba

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Disney landed the lion's share of voice talent for its upcoming film Zootopia!

The animated animal tale takes place in a modern mammal metropolis, where a justice seeking rabbit Detective Judy Hopps teams up with a fast-talking scam artist fox Nick Wilde to solve a city mystery!

The cast is headlined by Ginnifer Goodwin playing Hopps and Jason Bateman as Wilde, but the rest of the characters are voiced by A-list talent as well!

Whiplash star J.K. Simmons plays the head of Zootopia, Mayor Leodore Lionheart — with Marcel the Shell voice actor Jenny Slate as Lionheart's right hand woman, sweet sheep Assistant Mayor Bellwether!

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Alan Tudyk plays small time crook Duke Weaselton — which is a reference to his previous Disney character the Duke of Weselton in Frozen!

And protecting the city is headstrong ram Chief Bogo, played by Idris Elba — Judy Hopps' boss and the head of the Zootopia Police Department!

But that's not all! Other stars include Octavia Spencer, Bonnie Hunt, Tommy Chong, and more!

Check out the rest of the furry characters (above) and go see Zootopia in theaters March 4, 2016!

[Image via Bauer Griffin Online/Disney.]

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Here Are The Five Most Important Things We Learned After Watching Lifetime's Unauthorized Melrose Place Story!

| Filed under: TV NewsCourteney CoxTori SpellingSex & The City90210Jason BatemanPaul RuddMelrose PlaceNostalgiaControversy

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Nostalgia alert!

Lifetime TV's Unauthorized Melrose Place Story aired on Saturday night, giving viewers some insight into what was really going on behind the scenes of the famous 90s drama Melrose Place.

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There was a lot to take in from the special — some tidbits more believable than others — but if you missed it and want to re-live your glory days (LOLz!), here are the five most important things we took away from the TV tell-all:

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