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16 July 2017, 01:08 | Myron Mathis
The Game Central Station scene offered filmmakers a fantastic opportunity to throw in Easter eggs from otherDisney properties as well as classic video games.
Next, Lasseter returned to the stage to discuss the return of the long-awaited "Incredibles 2".
Previously, it had been announced that Lasseter and Cooley would direct the film together. She says it's a vast, unexplored world-they show an animation test with a look at the internet. They're still unaware that Jack-Jack has powers.
Pixar'sother major upcoming sequel, "Toy Story 4", also got a tease but plot details were all but non-existent.
Lasseter confirmed today that he was no longer involved with the project. It'll be Riley's first feature, after he directed the short Riley's First Date for the studio. Cooley along with Toy Story 4 producer Jonas Rivera both started at Pixar as interns making this film the first of Pixar's second generation. Ralph and Vanellope battle pop-up ads as they make their way through the internet as seen in the trailer. Inside Out co-writer Josh Cooley will now act as director. A spinoff of Pixar'sCars franchise, it was the first film in a planned Planes trilogy. After the clip was shown, they all appeared on the stage.
This time, Ralph and Vanellope, the little glitch that could, will escape from their games and head over to the internet.
Silverman then presented never-before-seen footage featuring a new character called Yesss, voiced by Taraji P. Henson.
In the rough clip from the movie that was shown to an audience gathered, Yesss tries to explain certain online jargon to Ralph, including what "going viral" means.
Ralph Breaks The Internet: Wreck It Ralph 2 is due to hit theatres on November 21, 2018. After spending his whole life wondering about his father and what type of person he was, Scanlon channeled those emotions into this film that he called a quest to find one's meaning.
The movie is set in a world of "suburban fantasy". Later in the panel, John Lasseter brought the lights down just to display the title card again in a fake-out. There also happened to be a dragon flying off in the distance. There are no humans in this world, the residents are elves, trolls, and sprites and unicorns are so rampant they're "practically rodents".
John Lennon's Rolls-Royce Goes on Tour
Although originally owned by Lennon, the iconic auto is now owned by the Royal British Columbia Museum in Canada. Lennon took delivery of this Phantom - then painted in Valentine Black - on June 3, 1965.