Wreck-It Ralph Blu-ray Deleted Scenes Show Game Hopping And Lessons Learned
Wreck-It Ralph has already hit digital download platforms and Disney’s classic film about characters in video games going on adventures by night will hit 3D Blu-ray, Blu-ray and DVD on March 5. To celebrate, Disney has put together two deleted scenes for fans to take a look at what Ralph would have been up to had he been sidetracked even more in the film.
The scenes must have been scrapped early on, which means that, unfortunately, they were not fully animated. So, while we get some half-drawn images in the clips, we have to rely a lot on the voice acting. In the first clip, Dunderson convinces Ralph that he is a friend and that Ralph should use his large fists to help bust them out of a game and head to another called “X-Treme EZ,” which is pretty much what it sounds like.
The second clip, "X-Treme E-Z Livin' 2," follows the Ralph and Dunderson actually making it to the second game. However, as Ralph soon finds out, easy living may not be as easy as it seems.
If you’ve caught the fast-paced adventure and friendship story that is Wreck-It Ralph, it’s pretty easy to see how these clips seemed like more of a burden to the main narrative than a fun little adventure. However, the clips do make me remember the coolness of the game hopping in the flick, and besides it’s always pretty fun to see the early stages of animation. Check out all the details concerning Wreck-It Ralph’s home entertainment release before it hits shelves next week.
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