ralph breaks the internet clip

Ralph leaves the arcade for the internet in Ralph Breaks the Internet. For kids of a certain age with SafeSearch and a bunch of sites blocked, that might be a fun option, but for the parents and adult fans of Disney Animation’s bad guy hero, there are enough headlines about social media to make staying in the warm belly of the arcade justified.

Luckily, Ralph (voiced once more by John C. Reilly) has his best friend, Vanellope Von Schweetz (Sarah Silverman), to protect him if the cyber bullying gets too rough. It won’t, because this is Disney, so they’ve depicted Twitter as a happy tree full of chirping birds sharing cat videos instead animating five dumpsters on fire next to a billboard that says, “This user didn’t violate our rules surrounding abuse.”

In the first genuine sequel in almost two decades (and arguably longer), Ralph has returned after learning to be a better person in the first film to a contented existence of wrecking things professionally and hanging out with Vanellope after punching the clock. Vanellope is antsy for adventure, and she gets it when a gamer breaks her wheel – sending her and Ralph into the big bad internet to order one. There they encounter a slew of memes, recognizable nostalgia nuggets, and a pile of new challenges.

So what to watch with it? Here are six suggestions.

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pancake milkshake in ralph breaks the internet

Today, we continue my interview with Ralph Breaks The Internet directors Phil Johnston and Rich Moore, and producer Clark Spencer, in a discussion that is all about the film’s spoilers, cameos, and easter eggs. The filmmakers explain why the “Pancake Milkshake” scene, which was one of the funniest parts of the film’s marketing (and has been included in a lot of the film’s merchandising), didn’t make it into the actual movie. They also share their favorite cameos and easter eggs. If you’ve seen the film and don’t mind spoiler chat, read on!

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Ralph Breaks the Internet box office

Ralph and Vanellope are back in Walt Disney Animation’s Ralph Breaks the Internet, which opens tonight with preview screenings in the United States. A new round of tracking numbers suggest that the sequel, which takes the arcade game characters into the wild world of the Internet, could earn as much as $70 million over the Thanksgiving holiday. That would make it one of the top Thanksgiving openers of all time.

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Ralph Breaks the Internet - Wreck-It Ralph 2 Trailer

A few weeks ago, I sat down with directors Phil Johnston and Rich Moore, alongside producer Clark Spencer, to discuss their latest film Ralph Breaks the Internet. We talked about what made this worthy of being a rare Disney animated sequel and the evolution of the story through development; Johnston told us what’s going on with Reply All and Phantom Tollbooth; we discussed how Moore helped create Ned Flanders on The Simpsons; and the inspiration of Slaughter Race, the unlikely possibility of a theme park land based on this new creation, and much more.

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In this edition of Sequel Bits:

  • Better Call Saul‘s Rhea Seehorn joins the cast of Inside Man 2.
  • Zombieland 2 starts shooting in January.
  • Bumblebee is rated PG-13 (sorry for those of you hoping it would be rated R).
  • The main cast has wrapped on the Avatar sequels.
  • Despite rumors to the contrary, Common isn’t in John Wick 3.
  • Read about the real reason Ralph Breaks the Internet dropped Wreck-It-Ralph 2 from its title.
  • Ezra Miller had a “meltdown” about the new Fantastic Beasts twist.

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Iron Man 3 - Biggest Marvel Disappointments

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this edition, take a look back at some of the biggest disappointments from the Marvel Cinematic Universe after 10 years of movies. Plus, see if you can decipher a secret code found in the new making of Stranger Things book, and Ralph Breaks the Internet stars John C. Reilly and Sarah Silverman answer the web’s most searched questions about them. Read More »

ralph breaks vr

The Void has teamed up once again with ILMxLab on a new Disney VR Experience opening this week, Ralph Breaks VR. A few days ago, I got to step inside this new virtual reality experience. To do so, I traveled to a secret warehouse in Glendale (which is so secretive that I signed an NDA and am not even able to describe any of it to you). As a massive fan of Wreck-It Ralph, I was very excited to enter the world of the Disney animated film. So how was Ralph Breaks VR? Keep reading to find out.

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ralph breaks the internet clip

Ralph Breaks the Internet is one of Disney’s most hotly anticipated animated projects this year, riding high off the acclaim and success of the nostalgic 2012 film. But as highly anticipated as Ralph Breaks the Internet is, nothing from the Wreck-It Ralph sequel has made more buzz than the Disney Princess scene.

The scene has been talked about since it debuted at last year’s D23 Expo, and has been the source of most of the hype (and some of the controversy) around the film. The marketing has smartly included a little of that scene in nearly every trailer, but until now, we’ve only seen snippets. Now, just a few days before Ralph Breaks the Internet hits theaters, it’s going to do a little internet-breaking of its own with the release of the full Disney Princess Ralph Breaks Internet clip.

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ralph breaks the internet clip

Over the last few years, the Walt Disney Company has become marked by its willingness to, essentially, cannibalize itself. The animated films that serve as the building blocks for the massive conglomerate we know today are now fodder for live-action or computer-animated remakes. Couple that with the company’s predilection in the late 1990s and early 2000s to churn out direct-to-video sequels, and it’s almost surprising to consider that, in 81 years, Walt Disney Animation Studios has only created three in-canon sequels. In 1990, there was The Rescuers Down Under. In 2000, they went IMAX-level big with Fantasia 2000. And now, we have Ralph Breaks the Internet, a perfectly decent animated film that, to its credit, critiques its title character, despite being unable to transcend a profound sense that we’ve seen this all before.

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Ralph Breaks the Internet Clip

We’ve still got a little under two weeks until all the big Thanksgiving releases hit the big screen in time to pull families into theaters after stuffing themselves full of turkey and whatnot, but Disney isn’t holding back anything when it comes to making sure everyone knows their Wreck-It Ralph sequel is on the way.

Following the last Ralph Breaks the Internet clip introducing us to the new character Yesss, another clip has been released that shows us Gal Gadot in action as Shank, a street tough racer from the deadly video game Slaughter Race. Apparently Vanellope von Schweetz (Sarah Silverman) and Ralph (John C. Reilly) have taken something from her and she wants it back. So of course, a car chase ensues. Read More »