Disney didn't have any luck negotiating any comic book villains from Fox, but when it comes to borrowing the rights to video game foes, the studio couldn't ask for much more than they succeeded in with Wreck-It Ralph. In addition to previously-seen cameos from the likes of gaming icons Zangief, M. Bison, Dr. Robotnik, Kano, Bowser, Pac-Man ghost, and others, this latest trailer adds in appearances by classic protagonists like Dig Dug, Frogger, Q*bert, Sonic, the bartender from Tapper, and more. Watch below, and sorry I never got your name, bartender from Tapper. It's just weird to ask a bartender's name straightaway, but then it gets more awkward the longer you wait, and also you seemed busy serving four cowboys at once from across several parallel bars, you know?
As introduced by a lead voice John C. Reilly, who's becoming increasingly indistinguishable from alter-ego Steve Brule, here's the trailer for Wreck-It Ralph, Disney's animated film about a retro arcade game villain attempting to reform himself as a hero by "game jumping"--whic... / Continue →
1997: it was the year that saw the release of Mario Kart 64 and later Diddy Kong Racing, which somehow ended up being way less fun even though it added planes and hovercrafts. And in the fictional world of Disney's Wreck-It Ralph, it was also the year of Sugar Rush Speedway, an... / Continue →
Disney•Pixar has today released four variant trailers for Monsters University, the Monsters, Inc. prequel that will reveal Mike and Sulley's lives as idealistic young college monsters, before they got all corporate, man. The reason for such a cornucopia of teasers? Because BILL... / Continue →