Imagine Dragons write, record song for RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET

Doris Richards
September 23, 2018

Imagine Dragons have released their brand new song "Zero" from the upcoming "Wreck-It Ralph" sequel "Ralph Breaks the Internet". As a result, Vanellope is left homeless, but Ralph is determined to help her, and believes that the answer to their problems rests on the internet - specifically on the website eBay.

Ralph Breaks The Internet will be uploaded in United Kingdom cinemas on 30 November.

Directors Ralph Moore and Phil Johnston started talking about revisiting the characters of the first film, back in 2014.

When word came down that a sequel to 2012's Wreck-It Ralph was in the works, many wondered where Ralph would go to wreck stuff next. Even though they storyboarded 153 sequences for the film, there are 45 sequences total, in the final film. Like you, we're dying to know what badass things she will be up to in this movie! She had her own website, called, she was giving her own Ted Talk, and she had changed quite a bit, nearly forgetting who she was.

Ralph takes an elevator and descends into the "dark net".

This is when Ralph and Vanellope come up with their grand idea.

To the filmmakers, Ralph's introduction to the internet was an obvious next step in his emotional arc across both films. The story of the friendship between Ralph and Vanellope is the True North.

Aside from Reilly and Silverman, the Ralph Breaks the Internet cast is a who's who of celebrity performers working today, including Taraji P. Henson, Gal Godot, Kristen Bell and more. If it's cool, trendy and now, Yesss has discovered it and shared it with the world.

The campaign to keep Tiana true to her original depiction was spearheaded by Color Of Change, the nation's largest online racial justice organization, worked with Disney to restore Tiana to her original imagery.

The steering wheel to Vanellope's game, Sugar Rush, gets broken while someone is playing it at the arcade.

And, well: "What is the worst place that you could put a person who defines himself by how other people think of him?" asked co-director Rich Moore.

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