(KGTV) - Disney's animated flick "Wreck-It Ralph" drew scores of fans as it brought movie-goers into the world of a lonely video game character searching for a new beginning.
Now, the titular hero is back but in a setting outside a standalone arcade machine: The internet.
"Ralph Breaks the Internet" brings Ralph, voiced by John C. Reilly, and his friends into the modern world of technology. As the trailer shows, that means the down-side of the internet as well, primarily pop-up advertising.
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The film's trailer dropped this week, promising the return of the original film's humor and fun:
Who, today, doesn't relate to playing a mobile game involving the simple goal of feeding animals pancakes and milkshakes?
The first "Wreck-It Ralph" was nominated for Best Animated Feature and Best Animated Feature Film at 2013's Academy Awards and Golden Globes, and garnered a long list of other nominations and wins.
Director Rich Moore returns to helm "Ralph Breaks The Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2," due in theaters Thanksgiving 2018.