10 'SMASHING' Facts about Ralph Breaks the Internet!

Bowl over your friends with these fantastic facts about the upcoming sequel!

‘Ralph Breaks The Internet’ follows Ralph and Vanellope von Schweetz on their latest adventure after their arcade gets connected to the World Wide Web. 

It’s like nothing they’ve ever seen before, and they’re off on an amazing journey of discovery. Travelling through this virtual metropolis on a quest to save Vanellope’s game, how can these two misfits hope to succeed in this huge, strange world?  

John C. Reilly and Sarah Silverman return for ‘Ralph Breaks The Internet' the long-awaited sequel to the smash hit original. 

To celebrate the release of Ralph Breaks The Internet on November 30, we sent Tom Green INSIDE the Internet with Disney's interactive experience, WiFi Way. Join us as we enter a world of real-life cats, pancakes and human pop-ups

Fact #1: It took a mammoth 283,839 storyboards to create this sequel and includes the highest number of characters in any animated Disney movie – a record-breaking 434 individuals.

 

Fact #2: During the film, Ralph and Vanellope visit OhMyDisney.com. Check it out as it's an actual, fan- driven website packed with Disney trivia, news and everything else in between. 

Fact #3: Vanellope gains a mentor and a new friend in the form of Shank voiced by Wonder Woman herself, Gal Gadot.

 

Fact #4:  The animation team visited the home to the majority of North America's telecommunications; The One Wilshire building in Los Angeles to obtain inspiration into bringing the internet to life in a tangible way.

Fact #5Ralph and Vanellope encounter the Netziens - digital avatars of people using the internet. They help browsers like you or more find what we're looking for, from cute cat videos to tasty recipes.

 

Fact #6: Expect the film to explore the darker sides of the Web with Disney pushing the boundaries of how maturer subjects are represented in their movies.

Fact #7: 'Yesss' played by Taraji P. Henson's incredible fibre optic coat was based on Disney villain Cruella de Vil's infamous fur ensemble!

 

Fact #8: Alan Tudyk once again lends his voice to the franchise in a different role. Tudyk has been in every animated Disney movie since starring in the first Wreck-it-Ralph; from Frozen as the Duke of Weselton to Heihei in Moana.

Fact #9: Just like the first film, this sequel is jam-packed with pop-culture Disney favourites. Keep your eyes peeled for all 14 Disney princesses, appearances of characters from franchises such as Star Wars and Marvel.

 

Fact #10: The actor who left the directors and production team most starstruck was Anthony Daniels. Daniels, of course, voices the iconic android C-3PO in the Star Wars series.

ODEON says...
‘Ralph Breaks The Internet’ follows Ralph and Vanellope von Schweetz on their latest adventure after their arcade gets connected to the World Wide Web. 

It’s like nothing they’ve ever seen before, and they’re off on an amazing journey of discovery. Travelling through this virtual metropolis on a quest to save Vanellope’s game, how can these two misfits hope to succeed in this huge, strange world?  

John C. Reilly and Sarah Silverman return for ‘Ralph Breaks The Internet’, the long-awaited sequel to the smash hit original. 

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