Opening in theaters on November 2nd is the new Disney Animated film Wreck-It Ralph from director Rich Moore (TV's The Simpsons). The movie features vocal performances from John C. Reilly (Terri), Sara Silverman (School of Rock), Jack McBrayer (TV's 30 Rock), Jane Lynch (TV's Glee), Mindy Kaling (TV's The Mindy Project), Rachel Harris (The Hangover), Alan Tudyk (I, Robot), and Ed O'Neil (Spartan).
IAR's Managing Editor Jami Philbrick recently had a chance to sit down with director Rich Moore to talk about his work on Wreck-It Ralph. The animation director discussed his new project, why it feels like more a Pixar film than a Disney movie, the "CalArts effect," video game Easter eggs, homeless Q-Bert, and getting the rights to use classic video game characters in the film.
To watch our exclusive interview with director Rich Moore about Wreck-It Ralph, please click on the video player above.
A video game villain (Reilly) wants to be a hero and sets out to fulfill his dream, but his quest brings havoc to the whole arcade where he lives.
Wreck-It Ralph opens in theaters on November 2nd.
To watch our exclusive interview with John C. Reilly about Wreck-It Ralph, please click here.