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Did you spot these Disney characters in the final Ralph Breaks the Internet trailer?


Chaotic arcade game baddie Wreck-It Ralph gets his own Disney sequel this November, as Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 boots up for another round of candy-coloured nostalgia.

You already know the titular character (voiced, as before, by John C. Reilly), who this time heads off into the wilds of the internet, accompanied by racer Vanellope Von Schweetz (Sarah Silverman).

While in the midst of the information superhighway, the two come across some important new faces, including fellow race car driver Shank (Wonder Woman herself Gal Gadot) and algorithm Yess (Hidden Figures' Taraji P. Henson).

As we said, you know all of this – but did you spot the following Disney figures hidden in the trailer?

Baymax, Buzz Lightyear and Darth Maul

Not only do we get inflatable robot sidekicks and everyone's favourite "falling with style" spaceman toy sharing the same shot, but there's a certain Star Wars villain in the bottom right of the frame. Yes, it's dreaded Sith Lord Darth Maul, fresh from his surprise cameo appearance in this year's Solo: A Star Wars Story.

Kermit, Karl's house, R2-D2, the Avengers, Dumbo and Eve

Looking for more evidence that Ralph Breaks The Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 is is glorious Disney overload? This fleeting shot mashes up another Star Wars favourite with the leader of the Muppets, a certain floppy-eared flying elephant and, on the far right, robot Wall-E's love interest. And in the top left, crotchety Carl Fredricksen's balloon-laden house from Pixar classic Up.

And there's more: look to the middle-right and you'll see a soaring Iron Man, Captain America's star-spangled shield (with what appears to be Thor's hammer rising up behind it) and Vision's gauntlet.


So these guys aren't exactly hard to spot, but every trailer is improved by Stormtroopers, right?

The Disney princesses

Clockwise from the top left: Anna and Elsa, Tiana, Merida, Snow White, Belle, Cinderella, Jasmine, Rapunzel, Snow White, Pocahontas, Ariel, Moana and Aurora.

Need we say more as to why this is the ultimate Disney princess movie?

Who did we miss in the trailer? Check it out for yourselves and tweet us @Cineworld. Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 is released in Cineworld on 30th November.