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Wreck it Ralph: Wave"Ralph, we gotta go!"
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Felix's words broke through his banter with the new president, waking up the alarm in his head telling him that the arcade would soon be open. He'd have to go. She gave him a smile, telling him that it was okay; she knew he'd be there for him no matter what now, and with a smile of his own he translated the same. The space door shut, Ralph cramped in the back, but he didn't care. He just looked out the candy coated window, small threads of pink glued onto its transparent surface, and waved goodbye to Vanellope.
She waved back.
Their first goodbye was one of many. But all of their goodbyes were silent. Teeth flashing, heels clicking, and always a wave.
Returning to the arcade was a bit of a shellshock. On one hand, he missed all the adventures he'd had, all the excitement, the movement and the everlasting buzz of adrenaline in his mind. On the other hand, he was finally accepted.
He'd have credited himself; he had been the one to jump after all. But he didn't, coul
@ Tron-it Ralph Says Rich Moore... ENGLISH…
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Moore, who directed Disney's highly successful animated film Wreck-It Ralph, previously stated that he would love to include Mario in an inevitable sequel, and now he says that he hopes to feature Tron.
(...) Wreck-It Ralph director Rich Moore talks a little more about a possible sequel. Considering that Disney's animated video game film earned rave reviews, grossed nearly $380M worldwide, and is up for Best Animated Feature at the Academy Awards, a follow-up is rather inevitable. Moore previously expressed his interest in including Nintendo's Mario in the next film, and now, he reveals another character that he'd like to showcase: Tron, who was actually planned to have a cameo in the first movie. "I can't specifically remember why that didn't happen," says Moore. "...Of course, with a sequel, I'm hoping that we can find a way to see Tron himself in that movie." Played by Bruce Boxleitner in 1982's TRON and 2010's TRON: Legacy, the character