New International Trailer and Preview Clip from Wreck-It-Ralph Will Make You Miss the Arcade
10.12.12 by Ryan
An arcade was a place where kids used to play video games, kids.
One of our most anticipated releases in November is Disney's upcoming 3-D animated Wreck-It Ralph, which celebrates and parodies video games from the 1980s to today, but in a way that doesn't require you to be a huge gamer (though it will help you to recognize the myriad of video game character cameos). The movie follows fictional video game character Wreck-It Ralph (voiced by John C. Reilly), who is questioning his place in the pixelated video game world. Past trailers have focused on Ralph's dissatisfaction with Fix-It Felix, Jr., the 80s-inspired, Rampage meets Donkey Kong video game that has been his home for the past thirty years, but a new, international trailer reveals more of his friendship with Vanellope von Schweetz (voiced by Sarah Silverman), a "glitch" from another video game, the candy-filled Sugar Rush. The result is going to make you want to grab some quarters and run to the nearest arcade (metaphorically speaking, of course).
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Besides the international trailer, there's also a new preview clip that reveals Ralph's first meeting with Vanellope, which doesn't start off as friendly as their relationship will become.
And while we're on a Wreck-It Ralph roll, here's a retro arcade "commercial" for Fix-It-Felix Jr., the video game console were Ralph lives, which was supposedly made in 1982.
Wreck-It Ralph was directed by Rich Moore (former animation director on The Simpsons and Futurama) and features the voice talents of Jack MacBrayer (30 Rock) as Fix-It Felix and Alan Tudyk (Serenity, Tucker & Dale vs. Evil) as King Candy.