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WingedSnagret

DestinyMan wrote:

So if the voice actors basically confirmed it, this will end up happening, and it should since Wreck-It Ralph was a good success and got gamers like us fired up. It'll be interesting to see how they handle a story about changing from the arcade to the game console and what they plan to do with Mario, but this film will still be a few years off.

Where did they say that? Or is that you assuming?

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Disney Wreck-It Ralph Director Rich Moore Is a Huge Gamer. GamerHub Videos. October 25, 2012. Event occurs at 4:22. Retrieved October 25, 2012.

I got it from a link on Wikipedia, but the source might not be legit. The idea still makes sense, though.

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DestinyMan wrote:

Disney Wreck-It Ralph Director Rich Moore Is a Huge Gamer. GamerHub Videos. October 25, 2012. Event occurs at 4:22. Retrieved October 25, 2012.

I got it from a link on Wikipedia, but the source might not be legit. The idea still makes sense, though.

Um, can you just send me the link? Also I wonder just WHAT console would be in the spotlight? Or it could possibly be "the big three" all in one house. Imagine the Wii U on the big screen!

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MrWalkieTalkie wrote:

Mario in the sequel of the biggest Disney Movie? Do you know what this means!? We are one step closer to having Sora & Mario meet! XD

I still think it's weird that Kingdoms Hearts didn't have a cameo, given their affiliation with Disney. Sure it was set in an arcade, where KH never set foot in, but still. Maybe if the next movie involves modern home consoles the chance will be more likely.

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My Opinion: While I haven't seen the movie yet, it's great to hear it has been doing well. Of course, it's doing so well that Disney will probably run it into the ground because...well, Disney is Disney, but still; a non-Pixar animated movie that is pretty good and is also doing well is a great thing to hear.

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MrWalkieTalkie wrote:

Mario in the sequel of the biggest Disney Movie? Do you know what this means!? We are one step closer to having Sora & Mario meet! XD

I still think it's weird that Kingdoms Hearts didn't have a cameo, given their affiliation with Disney. Sure it was set in an arcade, where KH never set foot in, but still. Maybe if the next movie involves modern home consoles the chance will be more likely.

Well if they can put Final Fantasy, Sonic and Metal Gear Solid, all of which I'm sure haven't had any arcade games, then I don't see why not.

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I hope this happens for real!

Since Wreck it Ralph and Fix it Felix have so many similarities to Donkey Kong and Mario, I'd love to see the pairs meet up somehow in a sequel.

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I hope so. I loved the first movie

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Emaan wrote:

I hope this happens for real!

Since Wreck it Ralph and Fix it Felix have so many similarities to Donkey Kong and Mario, I'd love to see the pairs meet up somehow in a sequel.

That would be great(mario could sue them XD).

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75 years of Walt Disney Feature Animation + only two Sequels in its whole history (not counting Fantasia 2000 nor the crappy DTV-Cheapquels) = not gonna happen.

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I liked Wreck-It Ralf, but there are other movies that I'd rather have Disney make. They need to go back to their 2D fairytale movies every once in awhile. I really think that Wreck-It Ralf was good as a stand alone.

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I liked Wreck-It Ralf, but there are other movies that I'd rather have Disney make. They need to go back to their 2D fairytale movies every once in awhile. I really think that Wreck-It Ralf was good as a stand alone.

Just No. i want them to be original and not doing the same stuff over and over again. Disney did three (!) fairy tale movies, when Walt was still alive. With "The Princess and the Frog", "Tangled" and "Frozen" we will have the same amount of fairy tales in 4 years (and it doesn't matter if they're CGI or not). I don't want the 90's back, where they were making basically the same movie every year... (and this is coming from a German, living in Kassel, where the Brother Grimm wrote many of their tales down. Oh, the Irony)

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SPOILER Sora is in the movie,He drinks Tapper's beer

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Bluezealand wrote:

ianmage1 wrote:

I liked Wreck-It Ralf, but there are other movies that I'd rather have Disney make. They need to go back to their 2D fairytale movies every once in awhile. I really think that Wreck-It Ralf was good as a stand alone.

Just No. i want them to be original and not doing the same stuff over and over again. Disney did three (!) fairy tale movies, when Walt was still alive. With "The Princess and the Frog", "Tangled" and "Frozen" we will have the same amount of fairy tales in 4 years (and it doesn't matter if they're CGI or not). I don't want the 90's back, where they were making basically the same movie every year... (and this is coming from a German, living in Kassel, where the Brother Grimm wrote many of their tales down. Oh, the Irony)

No. They need to go back to fairy tales/mythological stories. Whenever they try to make an original CGI movie (Bolt, Meet the Robinsons, Mars Needs Moms, ect), it's vastly overshadowed/outdone by whatever Pixar releases that year, & is forgotten by the next year (Wreck-It-Wralph being the sole exception that I can think of).

The Fairy Tales/Mythological stories are what Disney does best, and what seperates them from Pixar (they also need to go back to traditional animation. I feel it's more magical than CGI, and their CGI isn't going to look as good as Pixar's anyways).

With that said, I wouldn't mind a second Wreck-It-Ralph, if the first is really as good as everyone says (haven't seen it yet).

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Bluezealand wrote:

ianmage1 wrote:

I liked Wreck-It Ralf, but there are other movies that I'd rather have Disney make. They need to go back to their 2D fairytale movies every once in awhile. I really think that Wreck-It Ralf was good as a stand alone.

Just No. i want them to be original and not doing the same stuff over and over again. Disney did three (!) fairy tale movies, when Walt was still alive. With "The Princess and the Frog", "Tangled" and "Frozen" we will have the same amount of fairy tales in 4 years (and it doesn't matter if they're CGI or not). I don't want the 90's back, where they were making basically the same movie every year... (and this is coming from a German, living in Kassel, where the Brother Grimm wrote many of their tales down. Oh, the Irony)

No. They need to go back to fairy tales/mythological stories. Whenever they try to make an original CGI movie (Bolt, Meet the Robinsons, Mars Needs Moms, ect), it's vastly overshadowed/outdone by whatever Pixar releases that year, & is forgotten by the next year (Wreck-It-Wralph being the sole exception that I can think of).

The Fairy Tales/Mythological stories are what Disney does best, and what seperates them from Pixar (they also need to go back to traditional animation. I feel it's more magical than CGI, and their CGI isn't going to look as good as Pixar's anyways).

With that said, I wouldn't mind a second Wreck-It-Ralph, if the first is really as good as everyone says (haven't seen it yet).

Mars Needs Mom was done by Robert Zemeckis' Studio and doesn't count. Meet the Robinsons and Chicken Little were done, before Disney bought Pixar and before Lasseter took over the Disney Animation Studios. They made just bad films back then, not only with their CGI-flicks.
Bolt, Tangled and Wreck-it Ralph are the only CGI-films by Disney since then, and they are alle three good, the latter two even great and better than the particular Pixar-movies from the same year. So, how can you set the rule, that with CGI Disney will ever be overshadowed by Pixar? It's way to early to say that and right now, it looks more like Pixar is loosing ground.

Just watch Paperman and see what creative spirit is in the Disney Studios right now- they need to use it and make different things, not only more of the same.
And only because most people love the Disney movies of the 90s, doesn't mean, they are all that great. Beauty and the Beast for example has really bad animation for a Disney movie, because it was just rushed. We got a whole decade, in which we got every year the same. We don't need that again.

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