Between the absolutely unmatched voice cast and the intriguing historical details, The Emperor's New Groove is one of the most timeless Disney films. It may have been a minute since you've seen The Emperor's New Groove, but these interesting details will prove it's time for a rewatch.
Based on the Incan empire, there are a ton of things you probably didn't know about The Emperor's New Groove. Vote up the most impressive movie details!
When Yzma Tosses The Poison Into The Cactus, It Turns Into A Llama
From Redditor /u/BrewersFTW:
In The Emperor's New Groove (2000), Yzma tosses her poison/llama extract-laced drink on to the nearby cactus, which turns into a llama right as Kuzco changes in to a llama as well.Is this interesting?
Kuzco's Funeral Portrait Is Woven Instead Of Painted
From Redditor /u/pestdantic:
In Emperor's New Groove (2000), Kuzco's funeral portrait is a weave because the Incans were known for their textile arts rather than paintings.Is this interesting?
Patrick Warburton Improvised Kronk's Kidnapping Jingle
From Redditor /u/iamjohnmalkovich:
The song Kronk sang while kidnapping Kuzco in The Emperor's New Groove was completely improvised. This led to Disney making Patrick Warburton sign over the rights to his "composition."Is this interesting?
The Animals Kuzco Turns Into Are Seen Previously As His Baby Toys
From Redditor /u/bojanglehorseman:
In The Emperor’s New Groove (2000), three of the animals Kuzco turns into (a llama, a parrot, and a whale) are seen as toys in the scene when he was a baby.Is this interesting?