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There are a lot of fan-made videos out there that attempts to recreate an animated movie or video game into real life. We’ve seen this with Far Cry 3 and Skyrim. They’re cool and funny for what they are, but this Wreck-It Ralph live-action trailer blows everything else out of the water. The effort More >
2013 should be a good year for Disney fans. Not only are we getting a bunch of classic Disney animated films from the past heading to Blu-ray, but also in theaters too. Disney really knows how to hype their classics coming back to home video. It’s a big announcement every time. This year, we can More >
Wreck-It Ralph was definitely one Top 10 movies of 2012. It had a great moving story and genuinely knew the source material. Earlier this week it was announced that Wreck-It Ralph would finally make his way to Blu-ray and DVD this March, but for the first time ever Disney is releasing the film More >
Wreck-It-Ralph did surprisingly well over the weekend at the box-office. The movie opened with a $49 million, setting the largest box-office opening ever for Disney Animation Studios. Yeah, you heard me. Bigger than The Lion King, Aladdin and many others. The film currently holds an 85% fresh More >
The phrase “video game film adaptation” does not generally bring many fond memories for gamers. For years the world of movies and video games have struggled to co-exist with one another. Whether it be video games based on movies or movies based on video games, it seems that the fans are always the More >
With the slew of disappointing video games adapted to film, Wreck-It-Ralph is the shining glimpse of hope in the darkness that surrounds the video game film genre. Wreck-It-Ralph follows the story of disgruntled video game villain who is tired of being the bad guy. Longing for something more, Ralph More >
Well look at what we have here. It looks like somebody has discovered a vintage commercial of the 1982 Litwak’s Arcade Commercial featuring the original Fix-It Felix, Jr. Game. Yep, gaming has been around for that long.
Ahh, video game nostalgia at its finest. It’s a big homage to classic games More >
Disney is getting a lot of gamers excited by having the Wreck-It Ralph movie feature classic and popular video game characters. To add to that, the company has released three new posters featuring our favorite video game characters front and center; Sonic the Hedgehog, M. Bison from Street Fighter, More >
Disney has released an awesome new poster for Wreck-It Ralph. Ralph is posing like a hero, and who do we see behind him? Iconic video game characters like Sonic the Hedgehog, Dr. Robotnik, Zangief and M. Bison from Street Fighter, Q*bert, and the orange ghost from Pac-Man.
I’m not sure where the More >
Disney has announced voice actors and new video game characters for its upcoming Wreck-It Ralph animated film including Sonic the Hedgehog and Street Fighter’s Ken and Ryu. Voicing Sonic is Roger Craig Smith. You may known him as Ezio from the Assassin’s Creed series. Disney was also able to get More >
Join us in episode 29 of The CosCast with your hosts, Joey Rassool, Jordan Brown, Matthew Lewis, and Morgan Woods, as they talk about the world of cosplay. Conventions are blurring with E3 and Fanime over, and AM2 and AX are coming up. Topics include Jordan Brown’s experience with Fanime, More >
Disney has released a new one-sheet poster for Wreck-It Ralph, the upcoming Disney animated film starring a video game villain trying to become a hero. As a gamer, I’m all over this, as the film parodies many video games including Halo, Mortal Kombat, Pac-Man, Donkey Kong, and more.
This is a More >
Here are some new images from Disney’s Wreck-It-Ralph.
Ever since we saw the preview of Disney’s Wreck-It-Ralph at D23 Expo, we were excited about the project. Yeah, it’s got the same premise as other recent CG movies like Despicable Me and Megamind, where the bad guy wants to be good, and the More >
To show that they have managed to become on par with PIXAR, Walt Disney Animation had a few surprises up their sleeve during the studio presentation at D23 Expo. One being a new, 8-bit themed, 3D-animated film called Wreck-It Ralph. After the failure of the fantastic Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, I More >