"Ralph Breaks the Internet" is a 2018 American computer-animated comedy film directed by Rich Moore and Phil Johnston.
The starring cast includes John C. Reilly as Wreck-It Ralph, Sarah Silverman as Vanellope von Schweetz, Gal Gadot as Shank, Taraji P. Henson as Yesss, Jack McBrayer as Felix, Jane Lynch as Sergeant Calhoun, Alan Tudyk as KnowsMore, Alfred Molina as Double Dan, Ed O'Neill as Mr. Litwak, Sean Giambrone and others.

Here are "Ralph Breaks the Internet" movie trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for Ralph Breaks the Internet movie?

Walt Disney Animation Studios on Thursday, September 20, 2018 released the trailer for "Ralph Breaks the Internet" you can watch here:
Ralph Breaks the Internet | Official Trailer 2.

Plot summary

What is Ralph Breaks the Internet movie plot?

Here is a short review of "Ralph Breaks the Internet" movie plot summary.

Six years after the events of the first film, 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 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 (Phil Johnston) finds homes for all Sugar Rush citizens as a short-term measure as they figure out how to save the game, with Felix (Jack McBrayer) 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 (Alan Tudyk) directs them to eBay, where they win the auction for the steering wheel by unintentionally spiking the price to $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 (Gal Gadot), 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 (Taraji P. Henson), who elates 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.


Who plays who in the Ralph Breaks the Internet movie cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Ralph Breaks the Internet" movie. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

John C. Reilly  as Wreck-It Ralph a gigantic but soft-hearted man
Sarah Silverman  as Vanellope von Schweetz a glitchy racer
Gal Gadot  as Shank a tough and talented NPC racer in Slaughter Race
Taraji P. Henson  as Yesss an algorithm that determines the trending videos on BuzzzTube (a portmanteau of YouTube and BuzzFeed)
Jack McBrayer  as Felix a repairman
Jane Lynch  as Sergeant Calhoun the lead character of Hero's Duty and Felix's wife
Alan Tudyk  as KnowsMore a character representing a search engine of the same name, with an overly aggressive autofill
Alfred Molina  as Double Dan a half-worm virus creator
Ed O'Neill  as Mr. Litwak owner of Litwak's Family Fun Center & Arcade
Sean Giambrone  as The Eboy
Flula Borg  as Maybe
Timothy Simons  as Butcher Boy
Ali Wong  as Felony
Hamish Blake  as Pyro
GloZell Green  as Little Debbie
Rebecca Wisocky  as Ebay Elayne
Sam Richardson  as Lee the Office Nerd
Jaboukie Young-White  as McNeely
Maurice LaMarche  as Tapper
Melissa Villaseñor  as Taffyta
Katie Lowes  as Candlehead
Jamie Elman  as Rancis
Horatio Sanz  as Duncan
Alex Moffat  as Jimmy
June Squibb  as Jimmy's Grandma
Della Saba  as Swatti
Michaela Zee  as Nafisa
Phil Johnston  as Surge Protector
John DiMaggio  as Arthur
Rich Moore  as Sour Bill / Zangief / Stormtrooper
Colleen Ballinger  as Colleen
Dani Fernandez  as Show Host
Tiffany Herrera  as Tiffany
Ana Ortiz  as Ballet Mom
Dianna Agron  as News Anchor
Jason Mantzoukas  as Hey Nongman
Raymond S. Persi  as Gene
Fuschia!  as Instagram Pop-Up
Roger Craig Smith  as Sonic
Tim Allen  as Buzz Lightyear (archive sound)
Brad Garrett  as Eeyore
Anthony Daniels  as C-3PO
Corey Burton  as Grumpy
Vin Diesel  as Baby Groot
Jason Hightower  as Auctioneer
Brian Curless  as Auctioneer
Ann Barry Colgin  as Auctioneer
Viveca Paulin  as Auctioneer
Michael Giacchino  as FN-3181
Kevin Deters  as Stormtrooper
Jeremy Milton  as Stormtrooper
Jesse Averna  as Stormtrooper
Nicole Scherzinger  as Mo's Mom
Brittany Kikuchi  as Baby Mo
Olivier Bénard  as Goat
Ben McKee  as Ben
Daniel Platzman  as Daniel
Dan Reynolds  as Dan
Wayne Sermon  as Wayne
Irene Bedard  as Pocahontas
Kristen Bell  as Anna
Jodi Benson  as Ariel
Auli'i Cravalho  as Moana
Jennifer Hale  as Cinderella
Kate Higgins  as Aurora
Linda Larkin  as Jasmine
Kelly Macdonald  as Merida
Idina Menzel  as Elsa
Mandy Moore  as Rapunzel
Paige O'Hara  as Belle
Pamela Ribon  as Snow White
Anika Noni Rose  as Tiana
Ming-Na Wen  as Mulan
Elise Aliberti  as Additional Voices
Jenica Bergere  as Additional Voices
Tucker Gilmore  as Additional Voices
Gabriel Guy  as Additional Voice
Michael Herrera  as Additional Voices
Emmett Johnston  as Additional Voices
Fia Johnston  as Additional Voices
John Lavelle  as Additional Voices
Fabienne Rawley  as Additional Voices
Molly Reardon  as Additional Voices
Maddix Robinson  as Additional Voices
Brad Simonsen  as Additional Voices (as Bradford S. Simonsen)
Ruth Strother  as Additional Voices
Emerson Thomas-Gregory  as Additional Voices
Josie Trinidad  as Additional Voices
Dean Wellins  as Additional Voices
Daniel Middleton  as The Eboy (as Dan Middleton)

Release date

When is Ralph Breaks the Internet movie release date?

"Ralph Breaks the Internet" movie release date was scheduled to be on November 5, 2018 (El Capitan Theatre) and on November 21, 2018 (United States) distributing by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Argentina, B&H Film Distribution, Feelgood Entertainment, Forum Hungary, Meloman, NOS Audiovisuais, Press Play Pictures, Walt Disney Company Nordic, Walt Disney Studios Sony Pictures Releasing (WDSSPR), Freeform and Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment.


What are Ralph Breaks the Internet filming details?

The duration of the film is 112 minutes. With a budget of $175 million, the film grossed over $529.3 million.

"Ralph Breaks the Internet" movie is rated "PG", according to the MPAA film rating system.


What are critics and audiences saying about Ralph Breaks the Internet movie?

"Ralph Breaks the Internet" movie got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 88/100. The audience also likes the film. Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "A-" on a scale ranging from A+ to F.

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