In a little over a week, Disney's Wreck-It Ralph arrives in theaters. We've seen a number trailers and promotional videos make their way online already, giving us pretty good idea of the kind of story that's set to be told in this animated feature, which has John C. Reilly voicing lead character Wreck-It Ralph, a video game villain on a quest to become a hero. The new featurette for the movie, which comes courtesy of iTunes, features Reilly and co-stars Jack McBrayer, Jane Lynch and Sarah Silverman, as well as producer Clark Spencer as they talk about the story. We also get a better idea of each of the characters, who come from various video games. And we get a better idea of what Wreck-It Ralph is really trying to achieve as he jumps through video games.

Looking at the above featurette, particularly the montage of moments near the end, the altering look of the movie really stands out. There's a drastic shift in the look of the setting from the colorful, candy-coated Sugar Rush world to the dark and intimidating (and violent) world of Hero's Duty. Ralph's journey through video games should make for some interesting changes of scene throughout the movie.

The featurette also points out Ralph's primary goal. It was clear from the previous trailers that he's on a mission to shed his villainous reputation and prove he can be a hero, but from what Spencer says, it sounds like his method of achieving hero status is by winning a medal.

And we got to see Ralph and Fix-It Felix playing up their video game roles at the end, as Ralph brought up the date of the movie and Ralph promptly wrecked it.

Wreck-It Ralph arrives in theaters November 2. More information and photos can be found in our Blend Film Database.

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