The studio presented brand new footage from the upcoming sequel, titled Ralph Breaks the Internet, on Friday (July 14) during this year's D23 Expo in California. The film finds Wreck-It Ralph (John C. Reilly) and Valellope exploring the internet in hopes of finding an essential replacement part for their arcade game. Yesss herself is constantly shifting her look thanks to both her hair and clothes being made from fibreoptic materials.
Ralph Breaks The Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 is set to open November 21, 2018. There are plenty of Disney in-jokes throughout the entire clip until Vanellope spots a parade of familiar Disney princesses that are guarded by Stormtroopers. Vanellope ends up going off course and ends up coming face-to-face with all the Disney princesses (voiced by their original voice actors) from Snow White to Moana. They determine she meets the requirements with this question: "Do people assume all your problems got solved because a big, strong man showed up in your life?"
"Those flawless models of femininity are the princesses", Yesss explains.
Yep, Vanellope discovers the secret quarters of the Disney princesses.
"She's from the other studio", says one of the Princesses. It's interesting to note that all of the princess had speaking roles in the clip and they were all voiced by the original actresses.
Previously, it had been announced that Lasseter and Cooley would direct the film together. Director Dan Scanlon (Monsters University) is setting the adventure of two teenage "boys" in a "mundane/magical" "suburban fantasy world".
The royals are interrupted by Star Wars' C-3PO, who the princesses tease by calling him R2-D2 and BB-8 before he waddles off muttering "I miss Captain Solo". And the only new character we really got to see was a doll named Lulu. Cooley along with Toy Story 4 producer Jonas Rivera both started at Pixar as interns making this film the first of Pixar's second generation. Including newer characters like Tangled's Rapunzel and Brave's Merida, along with the classics - it was the ultimate bit of corporate cross-promotion.