KnowsMore Tries to Autofill in a New Ralph Breaks the Internet Clip

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"Ralph Breaks the Internet" opens in US theaters on November 21, 2018. So too now is a Wreck-It Ralph KnowsMore clip, a little featurette to celebrate "Internet Day". And today, Walt Disney Animation Studios is joining in on this celebration by releasing these two new videos, and a series of other new content released throughout the day. Ralph Breaks the Internet is out in full force to celebrate the day with new content on Twitter and an global poster rollout on Oh My Disney and Disney.com, where a full site takeover will allow fans to watch it get wrecked in honor of Ralph, the ham-fisted video game bad guy loved by audiences everywhere.

Plus, visit Disney.com today and watch it get wrecked in honor of Ralph, the ham-fisted video game bad guy loved by audiences everywhere. Along the way, Ralph and his best friend Vanellope von Schweetz encounter new customs, worlds, and characters, such as the trendy algorithm Yesss and the Disney Princesses. But it leads to some great comedy moments in the sequel that finds that arcade game bad guy lost in the internet. The search engine, KnowsMore, eagerly anticipates Ralph's every word in a fun animated riff off of auto-correct, a tech feature that is the bane of many of our existences.

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A new TV spot for Walt Disney Animation Studios' upcoming film Ralph Breaks the Internet features a number of familiar faces from the video game world including Sonic the Hedgehog Dr. Robotnik, Pac-Man, Inky and Clyde from Pac-Man, Q*Bert, the frog from Frogger, Ryu, Zangief, Chun-Li, Ken, and M. Bison from Street Fighter. Their quest takes them to the vast, uncharted world of the internet where they rely on the citizens of the internet-the Netizens-to help navigate their way.

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