Ralph Breaks The Internet Press Event Highlights

It’s just a couple short weeks until Ralph Breaks The Internet hit theaters. Following a premiere screening in Hollywood on Saturday, November 3rd, a press conference was held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Information included in this article will be spoiler-free, and won’t include any film details not already disclosed in released teasers & trailers.

If you’d rather know nothing about Ralph Breaks The Internet, then maybe bookmark this to read after you’ve seen it!

Talent in attendance included:

  • John C. Reilly (voice of “Ralph”)
  • Sarah Silverman (voice of “Vanellope”)
  • Taraji P. Henson (voice of “Yesss”)
  • Jack McBrayer (voice of “Felix”)
  • Director Rich Moore
  • Director Phil Johnston
  • Producer Clark Spencer
  • Co-Writer Pamela Ribon
  • Moderator: Dani Fernandez

Attendees commented that the chemistry between Vanellope (Silverman) and Ralph (Reilly) were so evident, they asked what was it like to get back and did you they together in the recording booth. Sarah Silverman answered, “We did it together. Chumbo. Yeah. We get to record together with these guys and Pam. And yeah. We get to improvise. They give us a lot of freedom. We collaborate a lot and the script itself is so fantastic. And it’s really fun.”

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RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET arrives in theatres everywhere on November 21st!

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