Wreck-It Ralph drops a new trailer

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Are you excited about Ralph Breaks the Internet coming out this fall? Then sit back and enjoy Wreck-It Ralph in his latest trailer! 

In case you’ve haven’t been keeping up on your movie news, Ralph Breaks the Internet is the sequel to Wreck-It Ralph, a movie about the “people” who live inside classic arcade games. In this next installment, Ralph (a bad guy who doesn’t want to be bad anymore) helps his best friend Vanellope von Schweetz travel from their cozy arcade to the vast Internet in search of a vintage part to fix her machine.

Wreck-It Ralph is a super fun movie, but it WAS released 6 years ago. Mitch was about 5 when we saw it in the theater! If you don’t have a copy of it on DVD you can grab it here at Amazon (affiliate link) or watch it on Prime.

We got a glimpse of the upcoming film this summer, but now we know what broken part Ralph and Vanellope are searching the ‘net for. I know I was kinda curious! 

The movie stars the voices of  John C. Reilly as Ralph and Sarah Silverman as Vanellope. Wonder Woman’s Gal Gadot will make an appearance as Shank, a driver from a snazzy online racing game. 

Ralph Breaks the Internet

It looks like Vanellope, who drives a cartoonish car made of candy in her own vintage arcade, will be tempted by the hyper realistic cars of Shank’s modern Slaughter Race. Will Vanellope want to stay online forever? Or return with Ralph to the old arcade?

This movie looks like a true family fun fest, with enough humor directed towards adults in the form of internet references and the secret lives of ALL the Disney princesses we grew up with. And yes, since this is a Disney production they DID gather up as many original voice actresses as they could, from Jasmine’s Linda Larkin to Moana’s Auli’i Cravalho. ralph breaks the internet disney princesses 

Ralph Breaks the Internet hits theaters on Nov. 21, 2018.

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