After the success of "Wreck-It Ralph" in 2012, arcade game character Ralph is returning for a second adventure, "Ralph Breaks the Internet," set for November 2018.
In this sequel, viewers find Ralph and his friend Vanellope inside the mysterious world of the internet.
The pair are looking for a part needed to repair Vanellope's video game home, Sugar Rush.
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According to the Disney Animation Studios movie, the Internet is a hub dominated by big brands like Amazon, Twitter, Snapchat, Google, Facebook and, of course, Disney.
As it turns out, the company behind "Wreck-It Ralph 2" appears to be responsible for the only available website that is, in the words of Vanellope, "super-intense and really nuts."
Vanellope's not into princesses and cartoon characters, but has to blend in with Disney royalty in order to escape from "Star Wars" villains.
But "Ralph Breaks the Internet" isn't averse to skewering some of Disney's now revised traditions.
"Do people assume all your problems got solved because a big strong man showed up?" asks Rapunzel (of 2010 retelling "Tangled") as the Disney heroines decide Vanellope is a princess after all.
As Ralph, John C. Reilly stars opposite Sarah Silverman as Vanellope, Taraji P. Henson as BuzzTube's trending video algorithm Yesss, Alan Tudyk as search engine KnowsMore, plus Mandy Moore and Idina Menzel as Rapunzel and "Frozen"'s Elsa respectively.
"Ralph Breaks the Internet" is to begin its international roll-out the week of November 21, 2018.