How the directors of ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ explored the toxic parts of being online without losing the Disney fun
|11/19/2018||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Disney’s “Ralph Breaks the Internet” directors Rich Moore and Phil Johnston told Business Insider how they delved into the love/hate relationship people have with the internet.
- “Ralph Breaks the Internet” is the sequel to the 2012 movie, “Wreck-It Ralph.”
- This is not the first time Moore and Johnston have explored a serious social issue in a movie. They were behind the Oscar-winning “Zootopia,” which looked at racism.
Wreck-It Ralph has just gone viral.
Well, not in real life, but in “Ralph Breaks the Internet” (opening November 21), the sequel to Disney’s 2012 animated movie that’s named after the villain of the fictional Fix-It read more >>>