There are more than hidden Mickeys in Disney's smash-hit sequel 'Ralph Breaks the Internet', and we have the photographic evidence to prove it.
"They are a company that values the customer, that values their support," Taraji P.Henson says about Disney. "The people had a problem with something and they fixed it. And that's honourable."
Ralph Breaks The Internet satirises internet giants like eBay and Google, but its best gags are aimed directly at the Walt Disney Company.
Producer Clark Spencer says the Disney sequel was originally going to be about Vanellope's obsession with 'likes' online.
The regal gathering took place at the premiere of Ralph Breaks The Internet, the sequel to 2012's Wreck-It Ralph.
Wreck-It Ralph 2 is almost upon us, an entire year after Disney dropped the first footage of the sequel. The animated follow-up will unite characters from the studio's many properties, including Star Wars, the Marvel Comics Universe and a large variety of its princess films. In the sequel, subtitled Ralph Breaks the Internet, Wreck-it Ralph (voiced by John C.Reilly) and Vannellope von Schweetz (Sarah Silverman) leave their arcade game home to travel into the world of multiplayer online gameplay.