Disney releases the first official teaser trailer for 'Ralph Breaks The Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2'

The sequel to 2012's 'Wreck-It Ralph' titled 'Ralph Breaks The Internet' has been teased in a new trailer released by Disney that shows Ralph being introduced to the vast world of the Internet for the first time.

                            Disney releases the first official teaser trailer for 'Ralph Breaks The Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2'

Last year in March, Disney Animation announced on Twitter that 'Wreck-It Ralph' would have a sequel titled 'Ralph Breaks The Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2' with a projected release date of March 9, 2018. However, the sequel was pushed back to Thanksgiving to make way for the upcoming Disney live-action film 'A Wrinkle In Time' that will hit theaters on March 9.


Today, Disney released an official teaser trailer for the new movie that promises a grander adventure on a much-larger scale as the characters explore the vast scape of the Internet and meet a host of other popular Disney characters, with appearances from all the Disney princesses having already been confirmed. The sequel will hit theaters at Thanksgiving, with a release date of November 21, 2018, confirmed.


The trailer begins with Vanellope von Schweetz and Ralph entering the Internet and being instantly confronted by personified click-bait advertisements. The two attend a parody ebay auction of a painting of a sorrowful kitten, in a reference to the Internet's obsession with cats.

Ralph and Vanellope then enter a game that involves feeding milkshakes to a cat and pancakes to a bunny and accidentally overfeed the bunny, causing it to explode and frighten a child playing the game, claimed by fans to be a baby Moana.

The sequel is confirmed to have its original cast John C. Reilly (Wreck-It Ralph), Sarah Silverman (Vanellope von Schweetz), Jane Lynch (Sergeant Calhoun), and Jack McBrayer (Fix-It Felix, Jr.) reprising their voice roles in the sequel. Taraji P. Henson, James Corden, and Ana Ortiz have also been confirmed for roles in 'Ralph Breaks The Internet.'

Director Rich Moore previously announced plans for a sequel in 2012, and indicated that due to Disney's good relationship with Nintendo, Mario might make an appearance in the sequel, despite being missing from the trailer. The studio also said that one of the main plot points of the new movie would take off from Felix and Calhoun's marriage at the end of the last movie. Responses on Twitter to the new movie seem to be fairly positive.

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