"Ralph vs Internet": Conversation with filmmakers who joins Disney princesses, "Star Wars" and superheroes Marvel – News

"Ralph vs Internet": Conversation with filmmakers who joins Disney princesses, "Star Wars" and superheroes Marvel - News


"Ralph vs Internet," which arrives this Thursday at the Portuguese cinemas, is the sequel to the 2012 Disney movie that was a nostalgic journey through the universe of video games. Now, Ralph enters the internet in a movie that brings together characters "Star Wars", Marvel and, yes, all the Disney princesses. SAPO Mag was in Madrid to talk with directors Rich Moore and Phil Johnston and producer Clark Spencer.

"Ralph's Force, the first movie of 2012, featured the protagonist, who played the villain role in a popular video game for decades, making the bold decision to embark on another adventure to prove he could be a hero as well, joining the devilish Vanellope (Sarah Silverman) from Sugar Rush, a kart racing game on a candy lane.

Awarded by several organizations and nominated for the Oscars, "Force Ralph" was a nostalgic journey through arcade video games that delighted those who grew up in the 1980s.

In the sequel, the "demolition" of Ralph (voice of John C. Reilly) wreaks havoc on the internet, and in addition to new characters such as Yesss and KnowsMore, voiced by Taraji P. Henson and Alan Tudyk, there are several iconic moments with others characters … especially the scenes that bring together all the princesses in Disney's history.

SAPO Mag met in Madrid with directors Rich Moore and Phil Johnston and producer Clark Spencer to talk about how it was to "free" Ralph and Vanellope to the internet and how he was to join so many Disney icons in the same film.

See the interviews with the directors and producer of "Ralph vs Internet":

The meeting of the Disney Princesses takes place between Vanellope and Jasmine, Snow White, Cinderella, Pocahontas, Elsa, Moana / Vaiana, Ana, Belle, Rapunzel, Tiana and Aurora, Ariel, Mulan and Merida, meaning "princesses" "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" (1937), "The Catapult" (1950), "Pocahontas" (1995), "Frozen: The Kingdom of Ice" "The Princess and the Frog" (2009) and "The Sleeping Beauty" (1959), Ariel ("The Little Mermaid" , 1989), Mulan ("Mulan", 1998) and Merida ("Brave (Indomitable)", 2012).

In addition to the princesses, there are many "easter eggs" to discover with the presence of characters from the Marvel universes, Star Wars or Muppets, among others.

"Ralph vs Internet" arrives this Thursday to the Portuguese cinemas.

SAPO Mag traveled to the invitation of the Walt Disney Company Portugal.



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