Phil Johnston and Rich Moore explain in this exclusive interview with Yahoo why turning the internet into a fully realized animated world was — well, about as hard as you’d think.
The title to the ‘Wreck-It-Ralph’ sequel has been announced, and it turns out that it owes a debt of gratitude to none other than Kim Kardashian. For those of you that don’t know, the term “break the internet” was popularised with Kim Kardashian’s scantily clad 2014 cover story for Paper Magazine. It think it’s safe to assume that this is where the comparisons between Kim Kardashian and ‘Ralph Breaks The Internet: Wreck-It-Ralph 2’ will come to an end, though.
‘Ralph Breaks The Internet’, the sequel to 2012’s glorious ‘Wreck-It Ralph’, will arrive on March 9, 2018, it’s been confirmed by Disney. Better still, Rich Moore, who made the first film, along with the Oscar-winning ‘Zootropolis’, will be back at the helm.