ODEON Magazine Issue 106 - September/October 2018 - Page 31

1 It’s the sequel to Wreck-It Ralph Released in 2012, Disney’s colourful, clever animation was an “adorable winner” with cinemagoers who loved the outcast- makes-good storyline and the infinite computer game references. Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 2 John C. Reilly and Sarah Silverman are both back... ...voicing hapless hero Ralph and frenemy Vanellope von Schweetz respectively. Their snarky chemistry in the first film was a delight – here’s hoping for more of the same. 3 The story is set six years after the original Written by Moana’s Pamela Ribon, it sees Ralph and Vanellope – now besties – travelling to the internet via a Wi-Fi router at their arcade. Cue absolute chaos. 4 There’s a groovy new character called Yesss Played by Taraji P. Henson (Hidden Figures), Yesss is a living algorithm for the website BuzzTube (geddit?). Fashion as hell, she assists our clueless duo in their epic quest. 5 It features all of the Disney princesses Just like the first movie, this sequel is packed with pop-culture favourites. Watch out for Elsa and Belle, plus Star Wars and Marvel characters galore. There’s even an Eeyore cameo! Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 smashes into cinemas on 30 November One to watch Hailee Steinfeld Like her Autobot co-star in Bumblebee, there’s more than meets the eye to Hailee Steinfeld. Aged just 21, the American actress already has an Oscar nom under her belt – for the unflinching 2010 Western, True Grit. As eager Emily in Pitch Perfect 2, she also proved she can carry a tune. The incoming Transformers prequel should cement her status as a star in her ‘Prime’. Bumblebee buzzes into cinemas from 26 December • Spider haters, look away now! An Arachnophobia remake is in development @ODEON @odeoncinemas @ODEONCinemas odeon.co.uk 31 things you need to know about… Ralph and Vanellope say ‘Yesss’ please to help in the Wreck-It Ralph sequel