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 Wreck-It Ralph’s Skrillex cameo revealed
Wreck-It Ralph won’t be hitting UK cinemas until February, so the 30 minutes of footage we saw this morning was so super-advanced, some scenes weren’t even finished…

Wreck-It Ralph’s Skrillex cameo revealed

Wreck-It Ralph won’t be hitting UK cinemas until February, so the 30 minutes of footage we saw this morning was so super-advanced, some scenes weren’t even finished…

First trailer for Wreck-It Ralph: watch now
Wreck-It Ralph has released a first trailer online, in which John C. Reilly competes for space with some of the most iconic video-game characters ever created!

First trailer for Wreck-It Ralph: watch now

Wreck-It Ralph has released a first trailer online, in which John C. Reilly competes for space with some of the most iconic video-game characters ever created!

 Batman: Arkham City creators at Kapow! 
Kapow!’s lineup just gets stronger and stronger, with the creative team behind the multi-award winning Batman: Arkham City set to appear at this year’s event…

Batman: Arkham City creators at Kapow!

Kapow!’s lineup just gets stronger and stronger, with the creative team behind the multi-award winning Batman: Arkham City set to appear at this year’s event…

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D23: Cast and crew talk Wreck-It Ralph
Toy Story for videogames…
Toy Story answered the question of what toys get up to when there’s no-one around and in the words of Disney’s John Lasseter in Wreck-It Ralph we “finally get to see what [videogame characters’] lives are like when the arcade is closed.”  Disney fans at the D23 Expo got a real treat as Pixar screened the first four minutes of the film – the storyboard version, although some of the material looked finished - and it promises to be a cracker.  The story follows Ralph, an eight-bit gaming character who has been smashing buildings for 30 years but just once would like to be appreciated and lead the kind of life his nemesis Fix-It Felix enjoys.
Find out what the team had to say about it, and what retro gaming nods you can expect…

D23: Cast and crew talk Wreck-It Ralph

Toy Story for videogames…

Toy Story answered the question of what toys get up to when there’s no-one around and in the words of Disney’s John Lasseter in Wreck-It Ralph we “finally get to see what [videogame characters’] lives are like when the arcade is closed.”
 
Disney fans at the D23 Expo got a real treat as Pixar screened the first four minutes of the film – the storyboard version, although some of the material looked finished - and it promises to be a cracker.
 
The story follows Ralph, an eight-bit gaming character who has been smashing buildings for 30 years but just once would like to be appreciated and lead the kind of life his nemesis Fix-It Felix enjoys.

Find out what the team had to say about it, and what retro gaming nods you can expect…