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2017: “Zootopia” won as “Finding Dory” got snubbed.
Pixar’s long-awaited sequel to “Finding Nemo,” “Finding Dory,” was ignored at the Oscars while Disney’s “Zootopia” won the animated feature Oscar. It was nominated alongside Disney’s “Moana,” “Kubo and the Two Strings,” “My Life as a Zucchini,” and “The Red Turtle.”
2018: “Coco” seized another win for Pixar.
In “Coco,” Miguel enters the underworld to follow his passion for music. Pixar
Pixar’s entry won once again in 2018. “Coco” won the best animated feature category as well as best song, for “Remember Me.”
In its victory, it won over “The Boss Baby,” “Loving Vincent,” “Ferdinand,” and “The Breadwinner.”
2019: “Spider-Man” sticks it to Disney.
“Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.” Sony Pictures
Though Pixar released its long-awaited “Incredibles” sequel in 2018, it wasn’t the ultimate Oscar winner. Instead, the award went to “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.” An inter-dimensional Spider-Man origin story, it added a new layer of diversity to the franchise by focusing on Miles Morales instead of Peter Parker, and pioneered a new animation style inspired by hand-drawn comic books.
The movie was produced by Sony, even though they allowed Disney to make a series of Peter Parker-starring live-action movies as part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. What had to hurt Disney even more, though, is that “Spider-Verse” was co-produced by Phil Lord and Chris Miller — the same people Disney fired from “Solo: A Star Wars Story.”
The other nominees in the category included another Disney production, “Ralph Breaks the Internet,” along with “Mirai” and “Isle of Dogs.”
2020: Disney took back the crown with “Toy Story 4.”
“Toy Story 4” was directed by Josh Cooley. Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Originally announced in 2014, and delayed a few times, a major script rewrite didn’t prevent the sequel from still winning best animated picture.
“Toy Story 4” beat out “Klaus,” “Missing Link,” “I Lost My Body,” and “How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World.”