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International trailer for “Wreck-It Ralph”

I actually like the U.S. trailer we posted a month ago a little better than this one. Here’s the latest version, created for international release, featuring a few more shots they haven’t shown before.

  • Mac

    I think Disney has really surpassed Pixar in terms of the appeal and softness, that subtle articulation of their CG characters. They also seem to have chosen those oily maquette like shaders they used in Tangled. I’m just going to see it because it’ll be so much fun to watch.

  • Steve Pissocra

    I wonder if there’ll be any Tron cameos? Hmmm…

  • Nic

    I like it, but I feel like the U.S. version was a little better planned than this version. The music seemed like a bit of a mishmash, and none of the transitions were as smooth.

    We weren’t being asked to critique the trailer, but I can’t help it. I love them so much haha.

    Either way, seriously looking forward to this. I have a feeling it’ll be great fun for little kids, and a bit nostalgic for gamers of all ages.

  • Daniel J. Drazen

    I don’t know who the girl character is supposed to be, but she reminds me way too much of one of the Trollz characters from the 2006 series by DiC (dba Cookie Jar).

  • February such a long time away

  • ben

    Best trailer I’ve seen yet, because there was no real loud pop song playing over top it all….the music felt like actual background music.
    I can’t wait for this movie. Keep the creative ideas flowing!

  • nice nice nice nice nice nice nice nice.

  • This film looks great no matter what but the US version was better. Why though when Ralph is hanging from the branch talking to the little girl is the scene flipped from the same scene in the US version?

    • Foreigners drive on the opposite of the road. Maybe they climb on the wrong side of the tree, too?

    • DD

      Its not flipped – just different parts of the same scene – the whole scene was posted on facebook a while back.

  • I gather that I’m supposed to be in part of the target demographic for this movie, since I grew up in the 80’s with all of these old school games and still have my original NES hooked up and all… But it’s just not reaching me. Every line of dialogue I’ve seen in these trailers is excruciatingly bad and the references feel more like pandering. But I guess it’s fair that if Pixar is going to start doing Disney fairy tale-type movies now, I guess Disney can start doing Pixar things-that-become-like-people-when-people-aren’t-looking-and-are-funny-because-they’re-like-people-type movies.

  • John

    No matter how adorable the little Sugar Rush character may be, it still won’t make think any better of Sarah Silverman.

    • Funkybat

      I think the contrast is more the point of that casting. “Vanellope” is sassy-mouthed but ultimately sweet (at least from everything we’ve seen so far.) The humor is meant to be an in-joke for parents who know just how rude and foul-mouthed Sarah can be, and for it to be off the radar of the elementary school set. (Of course, there are probably elementary school kids out there who have seen Sarah Silverman’s more adult comedy routines, but I would hope they would be in the minority, for their own sakes!)

  • I saw the movie last night. Let me just say, I think they have a hit on their hands. It was beautiful. The story was solid. I cared about the characters and the animation was absolutely stunning. I can’t wait to go back and watch it again.

  • Fen

    I don’t know if the link will work for very long, but speaking of international, there is also a Japanese trailer of Wreck-It Ralph, re-titled “Sugar Rush”: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TwYwGGy93Ag&feature=player_embedded

  • Polecat

    I will tell you this, the international trailer gave me a better sense of what the plot was about than the US version. Too much going on at once in the US trailer.