‘Zootopia’ Joins Elite $1 Billion Global Box Office Club

Disney Animated Studios’ hit is only the fourth animated movie in history to reach milestone

The bunnies of “Zootopia” just hopped over the $1 billion global mark at the box office.

The Disney animated film — which is in its 17th week of release — has grossed $337.2 million domestically and $662.8 million internationally.

It’s only the second movie of 2016 to cross the 10-figure threshold, the other being fellow Disney title “Captain America: Civil War.”

The Mouse House now has 11 films in the elite $1 billion club, which boasts 26 members.

“Zootopia” is only the fourth animated movie to hit that mark. The others include Disney juggernaut “Frozen” ($1.277 billion), Universal/Illumination’s “Minions” ($1.159 billion) and Pixar’s “Toy Story 3” ($1.063 billion), not accounting for inflation.

“Zooptopia” is also a critical success, with a 98 percent “Certified Fresh” rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

Disney may soon find another hit with Pixar’s “Finding Dory,” which opens June 17.

Its predecessor, “Finding Nemo.” fell just short of the $1 billion mark, taking in a still-impressive $930 million.