|About:||:||Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2||Directed by:||:||Rich Moore,Phil Johnston||Produced by:||:||Clark Spencer,Jennifer Lee||Screenplay by:||:||Phil Johnston,Pamela Ribon||Written by:||:||Phil Johnston,Rich Moore||Starring:||:||John C. Reilly,Sarah Silverman,Jack McBrayer,Jane Lynch,Taraji P. Henson||Music by:||:||Henry Jackman||Cinematography:||:||Nathan Warner||Edited by:||:||N/A||Production company:||:||Walt Disney Pictures,Walt Disney Animation Studios,Walt Disney Studios||Release Date:||:||21 November 2018 (USA)||Duration:||:||113 minutes||Country:||:||USA||Language:||:||English||Rating:||:||N/A||Year:||:||2018||Catagory:||:||Animation | Adventure | Comedy | Family | Fantasy||Also Known As:||:||Ralph Breaks the Internet||Budget:||:||N/A||Age Restriction:||:||N/A||Box Office:||:||N/A|
Storyline : Taking place six years after saving the arcade from Turbo's vengeance, the Sugar Rush arcade cabinet has broken, forcing Ralph and Vanellope to travel to the Internet via the newly-installed Wi-Fi router in Litwak's Arcade to retrieve the piece capable of saving the game.
Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 Gets A Shorter Title
Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2. I don’t know what you guys think, but that title is a mouthful to say. Even worse, it’s one hell of a movie to type up when writing about it (I know, my life is a first world tragedy). Well, I guess Disney has been hearing my cries for help because it looks like they’ve opted to change the name for the film ever so slightly.
According to THR, the film is now set to be referred to as Ralph Breaks the Internet. Yep, it doesn’t sound like they will be relying on the “Wreck-It Ralph” branding, and will instead by giving the audiences some faith, which is something I can get on board with. I suppose they believe that by having “Ralph” in the title — along with the memorable marketing they’ve done so far — that audiences will be able to put two and two together.
I can’t help but wonder what this means for the logo of the film (which you can see in the poster above). As it stands, the logo looks like an iPhone app icon with one of those notification badges at the top right reading “Wreck-It Ralph 2.” Will the new logo instead sport a clean icon look? I know, it’s not like they’re re-inventing the wheel here, but it’s easy for me to get caught up in the minute details.
Ralph Breaks the Internet is still slated for a November 21, 2018 release date, and will see our heroes Ralph and Vanellope head from the arcade to the online world.
What do you think of the new, shorter title? Sound off down below!