The Disney Princesses Will Finally Unite In 'Wreck-It Ralph 2'

Lawrence Kim
July 16, 2017

A unexpectedly groundbreaking sequence from Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 was shown at Disney's D23 Expo, and it's all anyone can talk about.

Wreck-It Ralph 2 is packing in more familiar faces than a Kingdom Hearts game! That's because the arcade has just gotten Wi-Fi, so naturally the two go exploring.

Henson said: "Yesss is a new character who owns the website Buzzaholic".

During the panel, Pixar showed off a behind-the-scenes featurette, which may have included hints for fans, but it was hard to tell.

While nothing official on the trailer front has been released, we can't wait for Disney/Pixar to star showing us some images or footage from the movie.

Still, with so many beloved properties existing under the Disney umbrella, it's certainly exciting to see the animation studio reference such popular franchises as Star Wars and Marvel - and it seems Ralph Breaks the Internet uses the opportunity to bring some humor.

All the actresses who originally voiced the princesses (and are still living) reprised their roles.

The jokes in the Princess scene are so dense, I didn't even catch them all. 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. "Do people assume all of your problems got solved because a big, strong man showed up?" she's asked, in a series of princess test questions to determine her credentials. C-3PO even shows up at the end of the awesome mashup clip. Vanellope really wants to mess with the Disney princesses. He told the crowd at D23 today that co-director Josh Cooley would take the reins of the movie, which has a June 16, 2017 release date. The Upcoming Films is taking the stage at the event with John Lasseter himself hosting!

John Lasseter then announced that Josh Cooley had been named as the director of Toy Story 4, and he showed a video package through Pixar studios. Director Dan Scanlon (Monsters University) is setting the adventure of two teenage "boys" in a "mundane/magical" "suburban fantasy world". We saw a look at a new character, Lulu, and some unfinished models of other toys, including a blue bunny.

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