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Whenever Litwak’s Arcade closes, the various video game characters leave their in-game roles and socialize via a power strip they call Game Central Station. Wreck-it Ralph, the main antagonist of Fix-it Felix, Jr., visits a villain support group called Bad-Anon and expresses frustration with his assigned role. When Ralph is excluded from the game’s thirtieth-anniversary party, he determines to win a medal and earn respect. Upon overhearing that one can earn medals in the newly plugged in first-person shooter game Hero’s Duty, Ralph sneaks in and steals one while the characters fight insectoid monsters known as Cy-Bugs. Ralph accidentally launches himself in an escape shuttle with a Cy-Bug inside and crash-lands in the candy-themed kart racing game Sugar Rush. With Ralph gone, his game is labeled out of order. Felix leaves the game to find Ralph, allying with Sergeant Calhoun, the heroine of Hero’s Duty, as she tracks the Cy-Bug, which may become a virus.
In Sugar Rush, Vanellope von Schweetz steals Ralph’s medal and uses it to buy her way into the nightly race that determines which characters will be playable the next day. King Candy forbids her to race, as she has a glitch that causes her to move and teleport erratically. Vanellope promises to get the medal back if Ralph helps her win; he helps her build a new kart and teaches her to drive inside Diet Cola Mountain. Calhoun and Felix arrive in Sugar Rush, where they fall into Nesquik–sand, work together to escape, and begin to fall in love. Meanwhile, King Candy hacks into Sugar Rush‘s source code and retrieves the medal, giving it back to Ralph. He claims that if Vanellope becomes a playable character, her glitching may lead to the game being labeled out of order and unplugged. Ralph decides he cannot allow Vanellope to race and destroys her kart. Calhoun abandons Felix when he inadvertently reminds her of her late fiancé who was killed by a Cy-Bug; Felix is imprisoned by King Candy’s assistant, Sour Bill, while Calhoun discovers that the Cy-Bug has multiplied exponentially.
Ralph sadly returns to Fix-it Felix, Jr. and finds it abandoned. He notices that the Sugar Rush cabinet displays Vanellope as a playable character. Returning to Sugar Rush, Ralph interrogates Sour Bill, who admits that King Candy disconnected Vanellope’s code and locked away the memories of the game’s characters so that no one knows her actual role. He explains that if Vanellope completes a race, all of King Candy’s changes will be deleted and the game will reset, meaning Vanellope will no longer be a glitch. Ralph frees Felix from King Candy’s prison, fixes the kart, and reconciles with Vanellope, who enters in the race. The Cy-Bugs emerge and start destroying the game; Calhoun, Felix, and Ralph help evacuate the characters. Unaware of this development, King Candy attempts to ram Vanellope off the track, causing them both to glitch. Their glitching inadvertently reveals King Candy to be Turbo, a video game character who secretly took over Sugar Rush after he accidentally got his own racing game, TurboTime, unplugged 30 years before. Vanellope flees as Turbo is eaten by a Cy-Bug, which fuses with him into an insectoid monster. Everyone but Vanellope evacuates, as glitches cannot leave their games. Remembering from Hero’s Duty that a beacon will draw and destroy the Cy-Bugs, Ralph battles Turbo and collapses the Mentos roof of Diet Cola Mountain, creating a glowing eruption which lures and destroys Turbo and the Cy-Bugs. Vanellope rescues Ralph and crosses the finish line. The game resets, revealing her as the true ruler of Sugar Rush, though she keeps her glitching ability, considering it an advantage.
Ralph returns to his game, content with his role as “villain” and respected by his fellow characters. Felix and Calhoun marry, and Ralph watches Vanellope become Sugar Rush‘s favorite character.
Wreck-It Ralph takes places within the arcade machines at Litwak’s Arcade. After hours, the various characters in the games are able to socialize in their shared power strip. However, these characters know they cannot stray far from their games when the arcade reopens, or else the game will be considered broken and sent off for disposal by Mr. Litwak. This had happened to racing game character Turbo years earlier, affecting both his game and the one he sabotaged. The titular character is Wreck-It Ralph, from a game called Fix-It Felix, Jr.. In his game, Ralph is the antagonist of the game and aims to wreck an apartment skyscraper, but is always stopped by the game’s protagonist, Fix-It Felix, Jr.. Through events in the first film, Ralph makes friends with Vanellope von Schweetz, a character from the game Sugar Rush, while Felix becomes romantically attached to Sergeant Tamora Jean Calhoun, from the game Hero’s Duty.
Wreck-It Ralph (2012)
The 52nd Disney animated feature film. Ralph, desiring to be the hero, sneaks into Hero’s Duty to steal the hero medal there, but inadvertently fires himself off in an escape ship when attacked by a Cy-Bug, one of the game’s enemies, through the power strip, and into Sugar Rush, where he meets Vanellope for the first time. Vanellope is a glitch within the game who wants to become a playable character, and Ralph helps her along, forming a bond between them. Felix and Calhoun team up to find Ralph before Fix-It Felix, Jr. is to be unplugged, and before the Cy-Bug can reproduce in Sugar Rush and destroy the game. Ralph discovers that the population of Sugar Rush has been suppressed by King Candy, who is really Turbo; not only had he managed to escape into Sugar Rush, but also rewrote part of Vanellope’s code, displacing her as the game’s main character. Ralph, Vanellope, Felix, and Calhoun work together and defeat Turbo and the Cy-Bugs, saving both Sugar Rush and the arcade and later sparing Fix-It Felix, Jr. from being unplugged. Ralph is finally recognized as a hero, and happily returns to his duties in his game, while Vanellope enjoys her new popularity among the arcade players.
Ralph Breaks the Internet (2018)
The 57th animated film produced by the studio, and the sequel to the 2012 film Wreck-It Ralph. Six years after the events of the first film, Sugar Rush‘s racing wheel is damaged, and due to the company that produced Sugar Rush going defunct years earlier, Mr. Litwak plans to take the game away for spare parts. Ralph and Vanellope learn of a replacement wheel from eBay, and use a new Internet router in the arcade to travel to the Internet to get it, while the recently married Felix and Calhoun stay to make sure the Sugar Rush characters have a temporary home. Ralph and Vanellope successfully win the auction but do not have the funds to get it, and look for job opportunities. When Ralph finds a way to earn all the funds by becoming a viral video star with the help of Yesss, he discovers that Vanellope may want to stay in the gritty racing game Slaughter Race and not return to the arcade thanks to Shank, a character from that game. This prompts Ralph to use a deep web virus to shut down the game and save Vanellope, only for the virus to turn on Ralph’s own insecure feelings and start propagating through the Internet and destroying it. Ralph, Vanellope, and their newfound allies are able to stop the virus in time after Ralph accepts the fact that Vanellope wants to move on. The two say their goodbyes and Ralph returns to the arcade just as Sugar Rush is plugged back in. The two keep in contact, however, and Vanellope promises that she will eventually return to live in the arcade once Shank has taught her every trick she can use in Sugar Rush.
Directors Rich Moore and Phil Johnston said that a Ralph Breaks the Internet spin-off film focusing on the Disney Princesses could be made depending on the audience’s response and “if there’s a good story to be told”. Also, John C. Reilly says that he has an idea for a second sequel, which would see Ralph and Vanellope “beaming themselves right out into space”.
Six years after they defeated Turbo, Ralph and Vanellope have stayed best friends, hanging out after work in Litwak’s Arcade. Ralph is content with their life, but Vanellope longs for excitement and expresses how bored she has become of Sugar Rush‘s predictability. To please her, Ralph sneaks into her game and makes a secret road. The next day, when Vanellope fights the arcade player’s control to test the track, the cabinet’s steering wheel breaks. As the company that made Sugar Rush is defunct, and the cost of a replacement wheel on eBay is too high, Litwak decides to scrap Sugar Rush and unplugs the game, leaving its citizens homeless. The Surge Protector finds homes for all Sugar Rush‘s citizens as a short-term measure as they figure out how to save the game, with Felix and Calhoun adopting the racers. Remembering eBay, Ralph and Vanellope travel through Litwak’s new Wi-Fi router to the Internet, a place where websites are represented as buildings in a sprawling city, avatars represent users, and programs are people.
The search engine KnowsMore directs them to eBay, where they win the auction for the steering wheel by unintentionally spiking the price to US$27,001; they have just 24 hours to raise the funds, or they will forfeit the bid and lose the wheel. On the way out, they run into clickbait salesman J. P. Spamley, who brokers items obtained from video games and offers them a lucrative job of stealing a car from Shank, the lead character in the popular racing-centered battle royale game Slaughter Race. They steal Shank’s car, but she stops them before they can leave the game with it. Suggesting another way to make money on the Internet, she proceeds to make a viral video of Ralph and uploads it to video-sharing site BuzzzTube. She directs them to BuzzzTube’s head algorithm, Yesss, who capitalizes on Ralph’s video popularity. They decide to make more videos, which will earn them the money for the wheel if they attract enough views. Vanellope offers to help advertise the videos, and Ralph has Yesss send her to Oh My Disney. There, while being chased by Stormtroopers for advertising on the site, Vanellope befriends the Disney Princesses as well as Anna and Elsa, being encouraged by them to discuss her sense of un-fulfillment and reaching an epiphany in the form of an “I Want” song on the subject. Ralph makes enough money to buy the wheel but finds Vanellope talking with Shank about staying in Slaughter Race, having felt at home there due to its relative novelty and unpredictability compared to Sugar Rush.
Worried of losing his friend forever, Ralph asks Spamley for a way to draw Vanellope out of the game and is brought to the dark web vendor Double Dan, who provides Ralph with a virus, Arthur, that feeds off insecurities and replicates them. When Ralph unleashes Arthur into Slaughter Race, it replicates Vanellope’s glitch, triggering a server reboot. Ralph, Shank, and the others help Vanellope escape before the game resets. Vanellope blames herself for the crash, but Ralph confesses to her that the crash was actually his fault. Outraged, Vanellope throws away his hero cookie medal and runs off.
As a guilt-ridden Ralph finds his now-cracked-in-half medal, Arthur copies Ralph’s insecurities and makes duplicates of Ralph. The clones overrun the Internet in a DoS attack, all chasing after Vanellope to keep her for themselves. Ralph saves her and attempts to lure the clones into a firewall, but they form a giant Ralph monster that seizes them both. Ralph comes to accept that Vanellope can make her own choices, letting go of his insecurities. This also causes the giant Ralph monster and the clones to disappear, and Ralph and Vanellope reconcile. Ralph gives half of the broken medal to Vanellope and they bid each other a heartfelt farewell as Shank has arranged for Vanellope to respawn in Slaughter Race.
Back in the arcade, Sugar Rush is repaired, and Ralph partakes in social activities with the other arcade characters as he stays in touch with Vanellope over video chat, feeling content with his newfound ability to be independent.
Moore is a native of Oxnard, California. He studied film and video at the California Institute of the Arts, graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1987. While there, he narrated Jim Reardon‘s 1986 student film Bring Me the Head of Charlie Brown. Included in his CalArts class were famous filmmakers such as Andrew Stanton, Brenda Chapman, and Jim Reardon.
After graduating from CalArts, Moore worked for Ralph Bakshi on CBS‘s Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures, co-writing all 13 season 1 episodes in 1987. Moore was one of the original three directors of The Simpsons, directing 17 episodes in the first 5 seasons from 1990 to 1993, including the episodes: “Flaming Moe’s“, “Itchy and Scratchy: The Movie“, and “Marge vs. the Monorail“. He won a 1991 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program for The Simpsons: Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment, and later return as one of the sequence directors on The Simpsons Movie in 2007.
In 1994, Moore became a producer and supervising director for the animated series The Critic. He then oversaw the creative development and production of Futurama as the show’s supervising director. He also directed several episodes of the animated series from 1999 to 2001, including the classic “Roswell That Ends Well“, for which he won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program.
Moore’s other television animation directing credits include Comedy Central‘s Drawn Together and “Spy vs. Spy” for MADtv. He served as supervising director on the 2009 animated Fox television series Sit Down, Shut Up.
In 2004, Moore directed the Warner Bros. animated short film Duck Dodgers in Attack of the Drones. In 2008, he was invited by John Lasseter to join Walt Disney Animation Studios as a director, with the suggestion that he develop a story set in the world of video games. This would become the 2012 animated feature Wreck-It Ralph, Moore’s feature directing debut, and a box office and critical success. Moore also supplied the voices for the film’s characters Sour Bill and Zangief. Wreck-It Ralph won five Annie Awards, including Best Animated Feature and a Best Director award for Moore, and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature.
Moore’s next animated feature film was Disney’s Zootopia, which he directed alongside Byron Howard and co-director Jared Bush. The film, released on March 4, 2016, became the second highest-grossing animated feature film of 2016 with a worldwide box office gross of over $1.023 billion. The film also won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature.
After Zootopia, Moore returned to direct Ralph Breaks the Internet, the sequel to Wreck-It Ralph, with fellow filmmaker Phil Johnston. The film was a financial success, outgrossing the original film with over $529.3 million worldwide. It was also nominated for multiple awards in the Best Animated Feature category, including the Academy Awards, Annie Awards, and Golden Globe Awards.
On April 8, 2019, Moore revealed that he had left Disney to join Sony Pictures Animation, where he would direct and produce original animated films for the studio, with the first being Vivo.
On March 16, 2022, Moore revealed that he has entered into an exclusive, multi-year overall deal with Skydance Animation.
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Vanellope Von Schweetz is the deuteragonist of the Wreck-It Ralph franchise. She is voiced by Sarah Silverman, and her kart is named The Candy Kart.
Known as “The Glitch,” Vanellope is a pixelating programming mistake in the candy-coated cart-racing game Sugar Rush. With a racer’s spirit embedded in her coding, Vanellope is determined to earn her place in the starting lineup amongst the other racers. Only problem: The other racers don’t want her or her glitching in the game. 15 years of rejection had left Vanellope with a wicked sense of humor and a razor-sharp tongue. However, somewhere beneath that hard shell is a sweet center just waiting to be revealed. See her full article by clicking here.
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