Ralph Breaks the Internet footage debuts at New York Comic-Con

CNET | 10/5/2018 | Mike Sorrentino
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The Ralph Breaks the Internet panel gave fans an early look at the movie.

Wreck It Ralph fans at New York Comic-Con 2018 got a huge treat Friday in the form of 20 minutes of never-before-screened footage from the upcoming sequel. The footage comes from throughout the movie, and we have described it below for anyone that wants an early peek at the internet-themed movie.

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However, since the footage screened at the movie's panel was quite wide-reaching, consider this a warning for mild spoilers from throughout Ralph Breaks the Internet, and feel free to click away if you do not want to know anything about the animated movie starring John C. Reilly and Sarah Silverman. In that case, Ralph Breaks the Internet will be in theaters on Nov. 21, 2018.

Let's put in a spoiler graphic too just to give you some extra space.


Still here? Let's go:

Picking up after the end of the first Wreck It Ralph, a child playing Sugar Rush somehow manages to break the steering wheel for Sugar Rush, the game that Vanellope (Sarah Silverman) lives in. While a child in the arcade finds a replacement steering wheel on eBay for $200, the wheel apparently costs more than arcade owner Stan Litwak (Ed O'Neill) says Sugar Rush makes in a year. Litwak decides the only option is to unplug Sugar Rush, leaving Vanellope devastated and homeless.

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Ralph (John C. Reilly) attempts to cheer Vanellope up by giving her a place to live in his game, but she finds herself inconsolable. At the same time, Litwak decides to set up a Wi-Fi router in the arcade, which Ralph and Vanellope find out from Sonic leads to the internet where eBay is.

Ralph and Vanellope travel through the power cables of the arcade into the router, labeled in the movie as "Wifi," and shoot...
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