‘Wreck it Ralph’ might be a cute Disney flick that pays affectionate homage to the world of videogames, but the writers at least allude to the whole ‘videogames are too violent’ debate (see the video below)
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We got serious and asked the cast their views, with comedian Sarah Silverman (who voices Venellope) revealing to Yahoo! Movies that she turned down a voiceover role in ‘Grand Theft Auto’ for precisely this reason.
She said: “I have to say I’m guilty of loving killing games,” said Silverman. “I love 007 and ‘Goldeneye’ - I mean like I knew every room and every nook-and-cranny.”
But the 42 year-old expressed her uneasiness about appearing in GTA: “I didn’t wanna do it, it just bummed me out.
“Let’s not kill hookers. Let’s not have kids kill hookers.”
‘Wreck-It Ralph’ himself, John C. Reilly, suggesting violence was just part of ‘complete’ video came world:
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