Ralph Breaks the Internet premiere: On the red carpet with John C Reilly, Sarah Silverman and Gal Gadot
Ralph is back, and he’s breaking the internet. In the second instalment of the Wreck-it Ralph series, while entangled in the world wide web, the arcade hero has to deal with an unexpected development in his friendship with Vanellope. Looking for a steering wheel to save the little girl’s game Sugar Rush, the duo ends up discovering the fast and furious Slaughter Race, realm of the cool Shank. As Ralph becomes a BuzzzTube celebrity and meets new faces, he learns about selfishness, love and taking separate life paths.
Moving on from the 2012 movie, the cast of characters are now growing up, facing the many challenges of today’s world – especially those of the complex and interactive internet cosmos. The story explores multiple themes: from friendship to self-confidence, following a dream to browser safety. Starring John C Reilly and Sarah Silverman, the film also features a great supporting cast with Gal Gadot, Taraji P Henson and Alfred Molina among them.
In addition to the fun and mishaps which the protagonists face during their quest, Ralph breaks the Internet also lets in a significant number of characters from the Disney universe – the stormtroopers, Winnie the Pooh and all the princesses, to name a few.
We were at the movie’s UK premiere at Curzon Mayfair to meet the cast and creators of this latest exciting Disney adventure.
Reilly shared his highlights from donning the animated shoes of Wreck-it Ralph once again – especially the joy of being reunited once more with the cast.
Gal Gadot stopped to speak about her experience of working with the creative team behind the animation.
Sarah Silverman told us more about her character Vanellope and how she is set apart from the classic Disney princesses.
Directors Rich Moore and Phil Johnston talked about the development of the characters in this second movie and shared with us their favourite Disney figures.
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Ralph breaks the Internet is released nationwide on 30th November 2018. Read our review here.
Watch the trailer for Ralph Breaks the Internet here: