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Tag Archives: wreck-it ralph
In Disney Animation’s Wreck-it Ralph, the title character is a video game bad guy who wants to be good. But he’s not the only one who is conflicted about being bad. There’s a whole self-help group called “Bad-Anon” for video … Continue reading
As part of a blogger/press event for Disney’s next animated feature I was invited to tour the Disney Animation Building (the one with the hat) and learn about the making of Wreck-It Ralph. And then we made a mess. This … Continue reading
In a fun bit of viral marketing, Disney Animation has dug into its archives and fabricated this ‘Original’ 1982 TV commercial for Fix-it Felix Jr., the video game that plays a central role in this falls animated feature “Wreck-it Ralph.” … Continue reading
We’re less than a month away from the November 2nd opening of Disney Animation’s Wreck-it Ralph. Here’s a new TV spot to help get you excited: below the cut is the first extended clip released from the film