Though you’d think it was a pretty obvious candidate for CG right from the beginning, it seems like Disney did tests to see how Wreck-It Ralph would benefit from hand-drawn animation.
Like King of Kong but with Fix it Felix. And funny. And sometimes weird and creepy.
Vanellope’s grown up a bit. Also: two scenes featuring EZ Livin’ 2, the Sims-style game that didn’t make the final cut.
Jason Staveley and Brendon Connelly talk about movies. Finally. Includes a run down of the Superbowl trailers.
The director of new-new-golden age Disney and older-golden age Simpsons talks about Wreck-It Ralph.
On the politics, or lack thereof, of Wreck-It Ralph.
A pioneering animation, sure. But also a very sweet and charming one with a couple of good chuckles too.
Bleeding Cool Magazine article by Brendon Connelly In Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph, runaway bad guy Ralph hops between the games in Litwak’s arcade, skipping from 8-bit beginnings to 90s-style cartoon Karts, and on to the cutting edge HD of an in-your-face …
I can’t show you Paperman, but I can put it in your ears.
There’s a little bit of everything coming our way from Disney.
Some ideas for the possible sequel to the best videogame movie of all time.
Bonus: childish poop pun.
Because sometimes a job is for life. All of your lives, in fact.
I’d play the heck out of Sugar Rush Speedway.
$2 per game? I remember when these things cost a dime a pop. Back when I was the ‘right’ age for them.
I’m still working on a nice little Wreck-It Ralph story for you. Sorry for the delay. In the meantime, here’s a new trailer cut for the UK – which appears to mean the UK like a little more story line, …
It’s not that easy bein’ mean.