On Sunday, April 6 Variety reported that Disney is currently developing a sequel to "Wreck-It Ralph," the video game adaptation about a villain who tried to change his reputation and saved the lives of video game characters everywhere.
The film was one of the most successful animated films before "Frozen," bringing in over one hundred and eighty-one million nationwide and two hundred and eighty million overseas. The original film took over four years to make due to all the computer generated animation techniques.
The first film followed Wreck-It Ralph (John C. Reilly) as he tries to become the hero in a different video game. Fix-It Felix (Jack McBrayer) ventures after Ralph to bring him back. While in a new game called Sugar Rush, Ralph meets Vanellope Von Schweetz (Sarah Silverman) and helps her in a race to save her game.
The sequel could go in several directions, either focusing on Turbo's past and how he became involved in Sugar Rush, or it could take place after the events of the first film. Composer Henry Jackman, who created music for the film, recently confirmed that a sequel was in development. Given the animation process, it's likely that a sequel wouldn't be completed until at least 2017, given the story is finished.
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