Judy Hopps
Judy Hopps' figure
Character information
Name Judy Hopps
Franchise Zootopia
Sex Female
Species Rabbit
Relatives Bonnie Hopps (Mother), Stu Hopps (Father), 275 brothers and sisters, Terry (Uncle)
Friends Nick Wilde, Chief Bogo, Clawhauser, Mr.Big, Fru Fru, Mr Otterton, Mrs Otterton, Gideon Grey
Enemies Bellwether, Gideon Grey (Formerly), Doug, Duke Weaselton
Occupation Police Officer
Residence Zootopia
Voice Actor Ginnifer Goodwin

"Officer Judy Hopps, reporting for duty!"
-Judy Hopps, when placed on the Disney Infinity Base

Judy Hopps is a playable character in Disney Infinity: 3.0 Edition. She is from the 2016 Oscar winning Disney film Zootopia, and was revealed at the 2015 D23 Expo along with Nick Wilde and Spot. She will have a costume change Power Disc called Meter Maid Judy. She was released alongside Nick Wilde to the public on March 1, 2016.


She can fight with melee moves, and slides on the ground (Similar to a force dash) And her special is similar to Han Solo's where she plants herself in place and fires her elephant tranquillizer to make enemies dizzy.


Work on Judy and Nick Wilde began well over a year before the theatrical release of Zootopia.[1]

One detail of Judy's figure that was especially difficult for the Infinity developers to pull off was Judy's ears. As Jeff Bunker explained, "The way the plastic is injected into a mold, the mold has to split in two and then the plastic has to be able to pull out of it. At the angle that Judy's ears were it wasn’t working well pulling it out of the mold. The factory was telling us that we’d have to trim the ears facing straight forward in order to make it work. And we were like ‘Oh man, we can’t do that. It won’t look right.'" The team tried several different fixes; one idea involved making Judy's ears separate pieces from her head, while another called for cutting her ears off and then putting them back on. Eventually, as Bunker explained, the team found a solution: "We eventually got to a combination of this one plastic with just the right angle of the ears to allow it to pull out. It turned out really good."[1]



For all photos and videos, see Judy Hopps/Gallery.


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