Funnyman John C. Reilly goes digital in Wreck-It Ralph as he voices the video game bad guy in search for a world where he can play nice. Pixar and Disney make it happen with Jane Lynch and Sarah Silverman.
A gentle giant
Not all good guys are nice, and not all bad guys are evil. Especially in the world of video games, where Wreck-It Ralph, voiced by John C. Reilly, decides he’s tired of playing the villain. Out to prove to everyone that he’s really a good guy deep down, our fearless video game hero goes on a mission to escape the game where he’s pegged the bad guy and find another world where he can finally do good.
In this first-look trailer for the latest feature film from the magic of Disney/Pixar, audiences can tell that Wreck-It Ralph — all nine feet and 643 pounds of him — isn’t just joking around when he says he’s on a mission. When Ralph’s support group — which includes a zombie and a ghost from Pac-Man — give him the courage he needs to leave his game, things really start to get interesting.
30 years of being bad makes you want to do something good
Along this journey, Ralph meets all kinds of people, namely Sergeant Calhoun, who is voiced by Jane Lynch of The 40-Year-Old Virgin, Best in Show and Glee fame.
With comedians like that, audiences can only wonder what will happen when these two stumble upon Vanellope von Schweetz, voiced by Sarah Silverman.
Wreck-It Ralph is directed by Rich Moore, who has helmed the animation on television shows like The Simpsons and Futurama. Wreck-It Ralph stomps into theaters November 2.