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05-Oct-2017 11:43

Well, Disney has churned out another gold nugget this year with "Zootopia", a film that tackles modern issues such as prejudice, diversity, etc.

Having just crossed 0M worldwide and maintaining a "Fresh" score of 99% on Rotten Tomatoes, this film is shaping up to be one of the year's biggest successes thus far.

And just like how Zootopia was a great allegory about the dangers of prejudice at an institutional level, doing a romance between Nick and Judy in an eventual sequel and showing how everybody reacts to it could be a nice little lesson, teaching kids that love is love and race shouldn't matter.

Now, I have stated that a romance between these two possibly wouldn't work because it would just feel too forced.

So, I'm just gonna play Devil's Advocate for a little while and state why a romance could possibly be detrimental.

One of the more obvious reasons, at least for me, is that a romance between Nick and Judy has the potential to feel very..."fanfictiony" for lack of a better term.

But, the chemistry between them in the second film was sufficient enough for me to be on board with them.

And that's exactly how I feel about Nick and Judy in Zootopia.

Every once in a while, you come across a well-written story, but for the most part, it's just playing to what the fans want to see ; hence, the term "fanfiction".Some people think that it would be nice to see Nick and Judy wind up together in an eventual sequel while others feel that it would just be too easy and that the two leads should just remain friends.