Top 21 Ralph Breaks The Internet Movie Facts

Following is our collection of Ralph Breaks The Internet facts. Handpicked and verified, these little-known details can be obscure enough most people will miss. These behind the scene easter eggs and hidden messages will give you another view of Ralph Breaks The Internet film message.

The "Sassy Housewives Who Want To Meet You" pop-up, has a picture of Aunt Cass from Big Hero 6 (2014) on it.
The "Sassy Housewives Who Want To Meet You" pop-up, has a picture of Aunt Cass from Big Hero 6 (2014) on it.

When Ralph and Vanellope first enter the internet, they are transferred from traditional cables to fiber optic wires, which are able to transfer information at a higher rate. You can see this by ralph visibly speeding up as he transfers to fiber optic.

Ralph Breaks The Internet Trivia

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  1. We learn that "Sugar Rush" makes the arcade less that $200 a year. At 25c a game this means it's played on average only slightly more than twice a day.

  2. The first shot of the "Oh My Disney" website features various hotel/motel logos. This represents the large abundance of hotels that surround the actual Disney Parks around the world.

Ralph Breaks The Internet Easter Eggs

Hidden objects, characters, easter eggs, and their meanings are wonderful ways to discover the filmmaker's perspectives of any given movie.

  • 1 - In the same scene as Stan Lee's cameo, Rocket Raccoon from Guardians of the Galaxy can be seen in the background talking to officer Judy Hopps from Zootopia
    In the same scene as Stan Lee's cameo, Rocket Raccoon from Guardians of the Galaxy can be seen in the background talking to officer Judy Hopps from Zootopia
  • 1 - You can briefly see Ralph's old 8-bit avatar when the virus begins distributing his insecurity across the internet.
    You can briefly see Ralph's old 8-bit avatar when the virus begins distributing his insecurity across the internet.
  • 1 - In the Slaughter Racers song scene, the shark coughs up the same license plate from Jaws (1975).
    In the Slaughter Racers song scene, the shark coughs up the same license plate from Jaws (1975).
  • Vanellope bests a storm trooper, who screams as he's flung away. The sound they used is the Wilhelm Scream, which was popularized by the Star Wars franchise and has appeared in almost every entry.

  • 1 - There is a direct reference to Gymkhana 7 at Randy's Donuts in Los Angeles.
    There is a direct reference to Gymkhana 7 at Randy's Donuts in Los Angeles.
  • After credits a parody of Rick Astley's "Never Gonna Give You Up" appears, nailing the dance moves done in the official video.

Ralph Breaks The Internet Hidden Details

1 - During Vanellope's song, the animals that were swallowed by the shark are holding a number plate. It's the same number plate Richard Dreyfuss finds while dissecting a shark in the movie Jaws.
During Vanellope's song, the animals that were swallowed by the shark are holding a number plate. It's the same number plate Richard Dreyfuss finds while dissecting a shark in the movie Jaws.
1 - The high scores for the arcade game "Food Fight" are all Winnie the Pooh characters.
The high scores for the arcade game "Food Fight" are all Winnie the Pooh characters.
1 - You can see your favorite community
You can see your favorite community
1 - Oh My Disney is surrounded by numerous small inns. When Walt announced Disneyland in Anaheim, several low-class establishments set up shop right next to where the entrance would be. He always hated this, which is why Disney World in Florida is so big.
Oh My Disney is surrounded by numerous small inns. When Walt announced Disneyland in Anaheim, several low-class establishments set up shop right next to where the entrance would be. He always hated this, which is why Disney World in Florida is so big.
1 - In Disney's Ralph Breaks The Internet movie, Vanellope bumps into an avatar STAN LEE after fleeing from storm troopers, caught a quick photo. a perfect little tribute!
In Disney's Ralph Breaks The Internet movie, Vanellope bumps into an avatar STAN LEE after fleeing from storm troopers, caught a quick photo. a perfect little tribute!
1 - When first arriving to the internet, you can see a cameo of Stan Lee standing next to Iron Man.
When first arriving to the internet, you can see a cameo of Stan Lee standing next to Iron Man.
1 - When Spamley hints about a Virus the blue and green blinking light turns red, which also reflects on his face.
When Spamley hints about a Virus the blue and green blinking light turns red, which also reflects on his face.
1 - As Double Dan is explaining how a virus works, he quotes Ralph in saying that everything becomes "quote unquote "boring"". This is both a reference to what Ralph said and how quotation marks are in-part used in coding to spread a virus.
As Double Dan is explaining how a virus works, he quotes Ralph in saying that everything becomes "quote unquote "boring"". This is both a reference to what Ralph said and how quotation marks are in-part used in coding to spread a virus.
1 - The algorithm character Yesss' outfits and hairstyle are different in every scene she is in, a reference to the fact that online algorithms are constantly changing
The algorithm character Yesss' outfits and hairstyle are different in every scene she is in, a reference to the fact that online algorithms are constantly changing
1 - During the battle with the virus at the end, Ralph rides on an E-Mail cart. The "Mail" cart still running at such a dangerous time references the unofficial motto of The United States Post Office "Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers"
During the battle with the virus at the end, Ralph rides on an E-Mail cart. The "Mail" cart still running at such a dangerous time references the unofficial motto of The United States Post Office "Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers"
Ralph Breaks The Internet poster
Ralph Breaks The Internet poster

Ralph Breaks The Internet Plot

Six years after the events of "Wreck-It Ralph," Ralph and Vanellope, now friends, discover a wi-fi router in their arcade, leading them into a new adventure.

Cast and Details

Here are the full cast and crew of Ralph Breaks The Internet. The goofs, crazy credits, and trivia they have performed may have not taken your attention. Some are hidden for a reason, while others randomly forgotten.

Genre Animation, Adventure, Comedy, Family, Fantasy
Director Phil Johnston
Production Walt Disney Animation Studios
Stars John C. Reilly, Sarah Silverman, Gal Gadot, Taraji P. Henson
IMDB score 7.1