John C. Reilly will reprise his role as an iconic 80s video game villain who just wants to be loved in Disney's Wreck-It Ralph 2.
The director of this Oscar-nominated animated comedy tells us which video game characters didn't make the cut, on Blu-ray today!
Disney's animated video game comedy starring John C. Reilly will be available through digital platforms on February 12.
The director was recently interviewed and discussed the possibility of the iconic Nintendo character joining the next film.
Flight earns an impressive $25 million in second place, while The Man With the Iron Fists takes fourth place with $8.2 million.
Director Rich Moore joins Sarah Silverman, John C. Reilly, Jack McBrayer and Jane Lynch for a look at this Disney video game adventure, in theaters today!
Rich Moore directs this video game adventure about a villain who wants to do good for the first time in his digital life.
Or will new releases The Man With the Iron Fists and Flight pull off a box office upset?
We also have eight new TV spots for this Disney adventure starring John C. Reilly, Jack McBrayer, and Jane Lynch.
John C. Reilly stars as a video game villain who wants to prove that he can do good in this animated Walt Disney adventure.
Stars John C. Reilly, Jane Lynch, and Sarah Silverman discuss their colorful characters in this Disney animated comedy.
Ralph decides to jump into the first-person action shooter run by Jane Lynch's Sergeant Calhoun in this latest look at Walt Disney's animated adventure.
John C. Reilly's Ralph attends a therapy session full of video game villains in this scene from Disney's upcoming animated comedy.
We also have another retro commercial for the 1997 racing game 'Sugar Rush' from this new Disney animated feature.
John C. Reilly's title character meets Sarah Silverman's quirky Vanellope Von Schweetz in this scene from Disney's animated comedy.
A 1982 version of the Wreck-It Ralph video game is on display in this viral arcade commercial.
John C. Reilly leads an all-star voice cast in this Disney animated comedy about a video game villain trying to change his ways.
John C. Reilly stars as a video game villain who hops through other games to prove he can do good in this animated comedy.
Q*Bert, Neff, Ralph, Fix-It Felix, Vanellope, Sergeant Calhoun, and Ryu are also ready to play in this latest look at the arcade adventure.
Skrillex, AKB48, and Owl City will be providing tracks for this who's-who of classic arcade characters.