EXTRA CREDIT - Tapper's Caricatures... ENGLISH…
When Ralph goes to Tappers bar and runs into the Hero's Duty soldier for the first time, John Musker and I did those caricatures of game celebrities on the wall.
The idea was to have it replicate the feel of a famous New York restaurant called Sardi's, where the walls are lined with caricatures of celebrities.
Here are a few of the ones I did.
Our director, Rich Moore.
Big thanks to Rich for giving me the chance to do these!
All images are property/copyright Disney
I CAN SEQUEL IT, MARIO =D ENGLISH…I CAN SEQUEL IT, MARIO =D2 years ago in Personal More Like This
No surprises here but plans are already being discussed for a sequel to Disney's Wreck-It Ralph and one Nintendo legend will definitely be included for the next go-around. ^^!
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LET ME SHOUT OF HAPPYNESS, YUUUUUS XD
@ Blue-Ray/DVD Release Details...@ Blue-Ray/DVD Release Details...2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Disney released the details about the Blu-Ray/DVD set, which arrives March 5, 2013, following the early digital release set for February 12, 2013. Here's the box art for the pricy Ultimate Collector's Edition, which includes the Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D, DVD and digital copy and retails at a hefty $49.99.
Rest assured, for those who don't want to shell out for that one, Disney has a number of other options for the film's home video release. In addition to the digital release (which varies in cost depending on your preferred digital retailer), there's also the 2-disc combo pack and DVD option:
2-Disc Blu-ray Combo Pack = (Blu-ray +DVD) - $39.99 US and $46.99 Canada.
DVD = $29.99 US and $35.99 Canada.
As for the bonus material, expect alternate and deleted scenes, video game commercials, a look at t
@ Merry X-Mas & Happy Holidays, Yo =DSource: http://limey404.tumblr.com/post/38201805210@ Merry X-Mas & Happy Holidays, Yo =D2 years ago in Personal More Like This
This has been the first club involving a really big fandom I've been involved in, and so far I'm enjoying the experience... My best wishes to you and all those you love on this special season =3
Also Wreck-it Ralph finally hits Uruguay next weekend, so I'm gonna 3D-big-screen watch it at last
I will be ausent for a few days, so if your submission wasn't accepted by me or one of the contributors, maybe that's is... we all could be celebrating holidays XD Still, submission request have a 1 month period of acceptance, so if it wasn't rejected, you don't have to resubmit...
Este ha sido el primer club perteneciente a un fandom tan grande en el que jamás he estado, y por lejos estoy disfrutando la experiencia... Mis mejores deseos a todos ustedes y aquellos a quienes quieren en esta época especial =3
@ Your Fav Game From The Movie =3 ENGLISH…@ Your Fav Game From The Movie =32 years ago in Personal More Like This
Which of these games you enjoy the most playing at? No matter the versions, though XD
Also, I'm the only one who thinks they could give them a proper treatment and release them as stand-alone games for consoles and/or arcades and stuff? I think it would be awesome, but after seeing and play the official game for the movie... I'm maybe dreaming too much XD
Cual de estos juegos disfrutas jugar más? Sin importar las versiones, claro XD
Además, soy el único que piensa que podrian darle un tratamiento apropiado y liberarlos como juegos individuales para consolas y/o arcades? Creo que sería genial, pero luego de ver y jugar el juego oficial de la película... quiza este soñando demasiado XD
~ The Bad Artist Affirmation... ENGLISH…~ The Bad Artist Affirmation...2 years ago in Personal More Like This
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(...) Everyone has a moment when they think “I am a bad artist.” and they think that because they see a level of skill they have not achieved yet. If this is the case, every artist ever is a bad artist, because every artist ever has had some idea, some plan, some goal of a skill level or creation that they have not achieved yet. And that’s good. Learning and growth and moving forward are all good things, so instead of trying to be some fictionalized version of a good artist, let’s all be bad artists together.
Originalmente Posteado & Traducido de Tumblr http://thesanityclause.tumblr.com/post/35941544226/and-now-its-a-poster-thing-ill-stop-trying-to
(...) Todos tienen ese momento en el que piensan "soy un mal artista.
@ Director Rich Moore Answers... ENGLISH…@ Director Rich Moore Answers...2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Wreck-it Ralph is leaving the movie theaters and entering the world of video store shelves, so we spoke to the film's director Rich Moore about making the movie. We find out why Mario didn't make an appearance, whether or not there will be a Wreck-it Ralph 2, and what video game Moore would create if he ever decided to leave the world of film making.
Where was Mario? He was referenced but we never actually saw him there. Is there a reason he didn’t show up?
We established a really good relationship with Nintendo on this movie. In fact, all the game companies were really, really cool to work with. They were great partners for the scenes that their characters were in, and they really helped us elevate those scenes with their characters by giving us great notes and helping us out – the nuances of their characters. So, Nintendo was one of those companies that we kind of partnered up with for this film and when we pitched the i
@ Rich Moore On Deleted Scenes & Sequel... ENGLISH…@ Rich Moore On Deleted Scenes & Sequel...2 years ago in Personal More Like This
IGN recently caught up with Wreck-It Ralph director Rich Moore to talk about the film's upcoming Blu-ray release, which features a never before seen animatic depicting one of the story's dropped video game worlds, Extreme EZ Livin' 2. The filmmaker also gave us an update on the sequel and his thoughts on what he'd like to see in a potential followup.
IGN Movies: So I first want to discuss this deleted scene and Extreme EZ Livin' 2. Can you talk a bit about the context of this clip, the Bobby Dunderson character, and how it originally fit into the story?
Rich Moore: Well, Extreme EZ Livin' was this idea that was floated out to Ralph by Bobby Dunderson, who was this kind of ne'er-do-well Hero's Duty character. He told Ralph about this other game that sounded like paradise. It was a place where there were no good guys, no bad guys, just guys -- and girls and sun and surf. It was kind of this Shangri-La where Ralph could forget his troubl
@ Sequel: Moore Drops Big Hints On Plot Line ENGLISH…@ Sequel: Moore Drops Big Hints On Plot Line2 years ago in Personal More Like This
While speaking to director Rich Moore about Wreck-It Ralph’s DVD/Blu-ray (read our review!), we got on the subject of a potential sequel and some big hints were dropped about where the storyline could go.
Our discovery of the Wreck-It Ralph sequel idea being kicked around was unintentionally discovered at first. We had wanted to ask Moore specifically about Ralph’s world and if other Fix It Felix, Jr. arcade games have Ralphs who’s personalities are the same as the character in the movie.
“That is so funny that you ask that,” Moore said with a laugh, “because I was just talking to John C. Reilly [the voice of Ralph] and we were talking about exactly that. Are there other Ralphs? What would happen if another Fix It Felix, Jr. game was plugged in? Are there other Ralphs that are more contemporary? Is there another version of the game that was made for mobile? Are there those kind of Super Smash Brothers t
@ Wreck-it Ralph Wreck'd The Annie Awards! ENGLISH…@ Wreck-it Ralph Wreck'd The Annie Awards!2 years ago in Personal More Like This
The presumptive frontrunner for the Best Animated Feature Oscar, swept the 40th Annual Annie Awards, which reward the best in animation in both animated and live-action film each year. The Disney production, about a videogame villain looking to turn over a new leaf, took home five prizes!
However, it wasn’t alone in earning accolades, as Brave, ParaNorman and Rise of the Guardians each took home multiple prizes, complicating an already-tight Oscar race for Best Animated Feature.
Best Animated Feature
>> Yep, Wreck-It Ralph!
Directing in an Animated Feature Production
>> Rick Moore
Music in an Animated Feature Production
>> Henry Jackman, Skrillex, Adam Young, Matthew Thiessen, Jamie Houston, Yasushi Akimoto
Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production
>> Alan Tudyk as King Candy
Writing in an Animated Feature Production
>> Phil Johnston, Jennifer Lee
Source 'n' Complete Winners' List: http://www