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Disney Reveals the Wreck-It Ralphs That Could Have Been

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On the official Wreck-It Ralph movie Facebook, Disney has revealed some preliminary sketches of the various manifestations John C. Reilly's voice could have taken in the upcoming video game baddie-centric film. As you can see, earlier in development the character was imagined as either a yeti-like caveman or a red monster with maces for fists; ultimately, though, the studio settled on something more akin to the far right, '90s overalls-wearing human, so good luck explaining that one once the stockholders see those awesome mace-fists, Disney. (Click for bigger.)

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