• Confronting Fairy Tale Tropes, ‘Ralph Breaks The Internet' Directors Examine A Friendship In Flux Within A Whole New World

    21 days ago - By Deadline

    After working for years on the socially conscious Zootopia and seeing it win the Oscars' Best Animated Feature prize in 2016, Phil Johnston and Rich Moore had no time to rest on their laurels, returning to work on Ralph Breaks the Internet. A sequel to 2012 Disney hit Wreck-It Ralph -a beloved work centering on video game characters Ralph and Vanellope, and the friendship they share-this film would send its two heroes on a mission into the Internet, where they would...
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  • Does Wreck-It Ralph 2 Have An End-Credits Scene ?

    Does Wreck-It Ralph 2 Have An End-Credits Scene ?

    21 days ago - By Screen Rant

    Ralph Breaks the Internet - previously referred to as Wreck-It Ralph 2: Ralph Breaks the Internet - is Disney's sequel to the 2012 animated movie Wreck-It Ralph , but does it have an end-credits scene worth sticking around for? In 2012, Walt Disney Animation released Wreck-It Ralph as a new adventure that was steeped in arcade game nostalgia. The movie told the story of Wreck-It Ralph , who was dissatisfied with his role as a video game villain and left in order to win a medal in another game and prove himself. Along the way, he met Vanellope von Schweetz , a glitchy racecar driver in the...
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  • Ralph Breaks The Internet Reviews: What CinemaBlend Thought Of The Wreck-It Ralph Sequel

    Ralph Breaks The Internet Reviews: What CinemaBlend Thought Of The Wreck-It Ralph Sequel

    21 days ago - By Cinéma Blend

    An animated Disney sequel is a rare thing, so how does Ralph Breaks the Internet follow in the footsteps of the original?
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  • With 'Ralph Breaks the Internet,' Walt Disney Animation Studios enters a new chapter in its history

    21 days ago - By Los Angeles Times

    When Rich Moore and Phil Johnston first began developing the 2012 Disney animated feature “Wreck-It Ralph,” they had one overriding goal: to make a genuinely funny movie. Not cute. Not chuckling quietly to yourself pleasant. Just flat-out funny. Having come from outside the Disney fold - Moore...
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