A new motion poster for the upcoming sequel to Disney's 2012 video game flick "Wreck-It Ralph" poses the question, "Who broke the internet?" And while the answer is pretty obvious (spoiler alert: it's in the movie's title), it's still got us plenty excited to see just how the titular action unfolds.
The cute poster for "Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2," unveiled on social media on Monday, depicts a search engine bar into which someone has typed the aforementioned question. Cursors appearing on the screen then point directly at Ralph (once again voiced by John C. Reilly), who looks surprised and a little chagrined at the charge.
— Wreck-It Ralph (@wreckitralph) February 26, 2018
What on Earth could Ralph have done that would deem him an Internet Breaker? Based on what happens in the first flick, it seems like a safe bet to assume that it would have something to do with a well-meaning gesture that quickly goes awry. Or maybe it's the very fact that he and Vanellope (Sarah Silverman) have left their respective games in the first place, causing chaos simply by jumping into a different realm entirely.
Like the first promo clip, this new teaser doesn't tell us much, so we'll have to wait for actual footage from the flick before we know more. But based on everything we do know, we're definitely eager to see more.
"Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2" is due in theaters on November 21.
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