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The Differences Between a Movie and Storybook

Sometimes a storybook from Wreck it Ralph act as spoilers for the upcoming movie while in the movie it is extremely different. Same could happen in Ralph Breaks the Internet since I somehow saw images of that storybook and I’m betting it might be slightly different once the movie is out.

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What are the Sugar Rush Racers Up To?

Where are the Sugar Rush citizens going to live and what will they do during the movie until their game is fixed?

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Is Ralph Breaks the Internet a mix of Ready Player One & Emoji Movie?

You wonder why I ask this question in the discussion? Well, due to the big number of references & easter eggs that it has, can be compared to two Internet-themed movies, to Emoji Movie, by the Internet brands, and Ready Player One, by the big number of pop culture characters (from Disney, Marvel, game companies, etc.). Does the truth make it more interesting, or less original?


The truth is that this film has a more complete range of cameos than in the predecessor, we can see both Sonic, Q*Bert and Zangief as Buzz Lightyear, Mulan, Ironman, etc.

And what do you think about this range of cameos in Ralph Breaks the Internet?


(Screenshot of most of the first movie cameos under)

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What cameo characters in the Wreck-It Ralph movies have you liked, or prefer more?

  • Bad Anons (Bowser, Eggman, Zangief, etc.)
  • Sonic the Hedgehog
  • Q*Bert & Pac-Man
  • Princesses (Belle, Anna, Mulan, etc.)
  • Others
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Whereabouts of the Sugar Rush Characters

In the new trailer, Sugar Rush is getting unplugged. Where do you think the racers and citizens are going to stay throughout the movie until the game is restored?
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Ralph Breaks the Internet doesn't reflect or fit the actual Internet situation

If you have read my blog "Ralph Breaks the Internet it's a bad proposal", then maybe you might be interested in this.

Yes, well, the film shows a fantastic vision of inside of the Internet as if it were a great futuristic metropolis. It shows many references and is based on the real-life Internet, but this movie was made to premiere in 2018, that in that year, the Internet is at it's worst moments.
A lot of changes have happened here in recent years, and several of them have been very serious and affected the Internet irreversibly, among which are:
Increase in cyber-espionage, massive theft of private data (as in the case of Facebook), lethal viruses that affected hundreds of millions of users as the Ramsonware, Wannacry, Spectrum, Meltum, etc., wide variety of websites censored in China, expiration of the Net Neutrality in USA (country of origin of the film) that became slow and more expensive connections for most users, and your data can be manipulated by the ISPs at any time (as in the case of firefighters in California, and Vietnamese foreigners, paying $13500 dollars for using half hour on an iPhone), and few states like Washington, Oregon and California are willing to recover the best part possible, and even the Copyright filters have become even more uncontrolled, putting claims to old public domain works such as Beethoven and Bach's music as if they were owned by Sony or any multinational, and the situation will get even uglier with the approval of the European Copyright directive of articles 11 and 13 for early 2019 (imagine Ralph and Vanellope entering in a website, and police robots come immediately to that expel them and don't let them pass, because they are owned by Disney, and their entry to the web violates Copyright, would make it too difficult to find a new steering wheel for Sugar Rush), with that directive, we won't be able to use content to do reviews or parodies, and this wiki would disappear.

In a few words, with all those negative events that the Internet has suffered, the movie Ralph Breaks the Internet doesn't reflect the present and future of the Internet, it really reflects the past of the Internet, it seems the Internet of 2015, or even previous, it's as if I didn't get all those problems (which sounds very nice and ideal, but the life isn't fair).
For the United States, this movie is bad nostalgia, for Europe or for the rest of the world, It's a letter and a goodbye gift from the most free days of the Internet for the users.

(below an picture as is the Internet that the protagonists should be find in reality)
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Villain/Antagonist of Ralph Breaks the Internet

Who or what do you think could be the villain/antagonist of Ralph Breaks the Internet?
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Overrating of the "Disney Princesses" in Ralph Breaks the Internet

This topic we had already discussed in the blog "Ralph Breaks the Internet it's a bad proposal", but this time I will talk more in detail about the overrating of these female characters as much of the fans as of the own Disney.

1. Origin of the "Disney Princess" term:
To better understand this matter, we talk about the origin of this all-star franchise. For me I think that since the game Kingdom Hearts arrived in 2002, the idea of joining princesses was normalizing and giving more relevance as a representation of the company.
If could say that from 2000 or 2001, the term "Disney Princess" became franchise to sell merchandising and toys for girls, that can compete easily with other franchises like Barbie, Bratz or even My Little Pony.
But over the years, this has been turning into a cancer and did nothing but lose the interest of the adult people, many products use recycled poses with the same dresses, they have even become a magnet for the toxic family-friendly of Youtube.

2. The true origin of each princess:
11 of 14 princesses isn't from Disney. Examples: Rapunzel It was created by the Grimm brothers in 1812, the same with Snow White. Ariel, Queen Elsa & Anna it was created by the Danish author Hans Christian Andersen in mid 19th century & Mérida is from Pixar, but that is already mentioned in the movie, apart from being owned by Disney.
But when it's Disney who adapts his original work, classifies it as part of their property for these reasons: Every woman who has been singing, with magic, speaks with animals, who was kidnapped or enslaved and whose problems were solved by men in the film, is classified as "Disney Princess" and it is mandatory to be in the merchandising group with the other princesses.

3. The "Disney Princesses" they don't represent the Internet itself:
Unlike the cameo characters of the first movie, as Bowser, Dr. Eggman, Q*Bert, Sonic, Pac-Man, etc., it made more sense to add them, because they were the characters that represented the classic video games and didn't overshadow the protagonism of Wreck-It Ralph. The princesses in the sequel instead, They don't represent the Internet, but represent the Disney company. And it's logical that they can be in a Disney movie, but at this point, it has been unnecessary and they are only filling in the story, and even stole and supplanted the Ralph's role for the fans.
And now many people (especially children), are saying things like Wreck-It Ralph is a movie of "Disney Princesses", which is false and stupid, they are only guests of honor for a small and special fragment of a film that are generally adventures towards the virtual worlds of the videogames and the Internet, but these people interpreted them as if they were the ones that accompany their adventures, which makes it even more annoying, corny and tacky.

4. What about the new looks with modern clothes?:
We can all deduce that since Vanellope arrived, and accept her as a new member, the princesses they can now wear urban, modern and comfortable clothing to adapt to the 21st century, but that is a superficial change, mentally they are little changed, and on the fanart side, the girl with the modern look that started to be overexploited is Mulan, That was filled with tweets during the August of this year (2018). If this is successful, it will continue to be overrated, and with the new looks it will probably be a source of inspiration for a Disney Channel series, which shows the modern life of the princesses and would only last two or three seasons.

Conclusion:
In my opinion, I don't see them so bad, on the contrary, they are very beautiful, but his songs aren't a pleasure for my ears, many of her animal or material friends they are annoying fools, the villains are horrible, and boyfriends of the most classics are "disgustingly handsome". The too much importance it has for Disney it brought them a serious lack of creativity, and the overrating brought by the fans brought them toxic fandom, not as much as My Little Pony, Undertale or Steven Universe, but if enough to end up being very hateful.
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Sonic in Ralph Breaks the Internet?

Do you think that Sonic the Hedgehog or other Sega related characters return/appear in Ralph Breaks the Internet?
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New Trailer Out Now!

Feel free to use this thread to discuss it!
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Why Turbo has such a huge fanbase?

Evan though Turbo is a Disney villain, there are many pictures of Turbo. Why does he have such a huge fanbase? What do they like about him? Do you know any communities that are Turbo fanbases and stuff like that? If so, which Turbo groups do you recommend?
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Welp

We're late 2018 now folks. Explains the lack of information and trailer.
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Article Comments Disabled (Original title:On the future of article comments (and maybe some other stuff))

A few people now have suggested that article comments should be disabled in favor of talk (discussion) pages. There are pros and cons to both--for instance, comments are easier to use and therefore invite more discussion, but talk pages are more likely to be a more "professional" environment (i.e. focused on improving the article as opposed to talking about its topic)--which is why I've created this thread to bring the discussion of this issue to the community. I'd like to know how people using the wiki as editors and/or readers feel about this. I'm personally in favor of disabling comments and having this wiki use talk pages, in large part because I really want to try to foster an environment that encourages creation and improvement of our material.
It should be noted that if comments are switched off, we need to figure out a good replacement area for the "talking about the article's topic" type of comments. I'd say forums would be a good replacement (especially with some sprucing up), but then that brings us to our next topic...
the potential future of forums and message walls.
This topic is mostly about whether or not article comments should be switched off, but I thought it was a worthy topic to bring up forums and message walls since a previous admin (Josephyr, now retired) mentioned preferring user talk pages and the previous incarnation of forums as opposed to walls and the current forums (these forums), though he saw the use in what we're using now (easier for the end-user to participate in if they're not technically inclined, etc.).
It's quite possible the forum extension in use now will eventually be replaced with the Discussions extension, but that's not in use now so... Either way, I'm personally of the mind that walls and forums should not be disabled because they have more useful features for both improving the wiki and discussion in general than comments do and are easier to use for things like quickly notifying users and such. It's possible that might change/need to be revisited if the Discussions extension ever comes about but yeah.

In short:

How do you feel about the idea of disabling comments in favor of talk pages (for discussion of article content/improvement)?
Can you think of a better place than the forums for discussion of article topics (i.e. excitement over WIR2, how cute Vanellope is, etc.)? Or is the forums the best place?
Do you have any opinion about forums/message walls? You don't have to have one--this topic is mostly about whether article comments should be switched off, so if you only want to share your opinion about that, that's fine.
If this topic receives little to no discussion by a week from now, article comments will be disabled and replaced with talk pages, but message walls/these forums will not be disabled and will continue to function as-is.
(I may need to edit this later because part of it isn't reading right to me, but I'm putting it up lest I forget to for several months again.)
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Who's that guy?

Who's that character and what game is it from?

It apears at WiR's ending.
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Wreck-It Ralph 2 confirmed! What changes to make to the wiki?

So, Wreck-It Ralph 2 was confirmed (with a date) in a stream today!
I've made this post to ask what changes we should make to the wiki. (This is not about the changes we should make to the article; I've made most of the changes the stream announced, if not all that don't require adding images. This is just about changes to other areas of the wiki.) I can think of a couple, but I want to ask instead of just doing them unilaterally.
I think we could add an image to the main page's slider and a blurb linking to the Wreck It Ralph 2 article. I know what I think would be the best image, but where to put it in the slider is up for debate. (I think, though, that it would be best as the lead image in the slider.) EDIT: I just realized we can't add an image to the slider. We will need to remove one, so this very much needs discussion if we are to edit the slider on the main page.
Are there any other changes we should make to the wiki? I can't think of anything else other than bracing ourselves for sudden new traffic, but if anyone has ideas, that'd be helpful.
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Demotion of Inactive Bureaucrats

After discussing it with the other two admins, we've decided to demote several of the inactive bureaucrats. So we decided to hold this public forum and report to the Wikia Staff.
--Raised By Wolves
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Category Discussion, part 2

After the last discussion, I sorted my list of categories, and now I'm bringing it back to the wiki table for discussion (I was reminded when someone made an article on a category in the in-limbo section linked). What should be done with the categories in the Examine section? Some of my own notes accompany each entry in the list, but there are many I'm unsure about. There are also four categories there with pages in them but no text on the category page.
Does anyone have any ideas as to what to do with each one? I'm opening it to the wiki to get as many opinions as possible once again.
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Opinions on portable infoboxes

I don't think very many people will disagree, but I figured I'd get consensus/agreement anyway.
The character infobox has a draft at Template:Character/Draft that uses the new infobox markup, and I've done my best to make its appearance faithful to the old template (via the wiki CSS; I might have one more edit to make but all major cosmetic edits have been done). I'm posing the question to anyone who edits here who feels like chiming in: should we make the draft live?
Please make any posts in agreement or disagreement here. If there are no posts at all by the end of the highlighting period (or two periods), I'll update the template. (Same for if there's obvious strong positive response at the end of the highlighting period.)
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Picture poster idea.

Here's a few pictures I made for the sequel.
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