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A few days ago Disney animation released a new trailer for Wreck-it Ralph, today we get a new one-sheet poster. Just like in the trailer we have a number of cameos from other popular video games including: M. Bison, Q-Bert, … Continue reading
A new trailer for Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph has dropped. In it you see a bit more of the plot beyond the generic information we already knew. Ralph has left his game, but that has consequences. We also see more of … Continue reading
Walt Disney Animation Studios has just released some of the first production art from Wreck-it Ralph. In it we get a look at some of the tests for the characters of Ralph and Vanellope Von Schweetz. That’s quite a range … Continue reading
Walt Disney Pictures’ marketing team is attempting to piggy bank on Olympics mania with a special Olympics-themed TV spot for Wreck-It Ralph. The spot features appearances actors Jack McBrayer and Jane Lynch who voice Fix-it Felix and Sergeant Calhoun respectively … Continue reading