While I wasn’t at New York Comic Con to witness the panel for RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET (but if I was at NYCC you can bet I would have been at this panel) we got a press release with info and pictures from it.
The panel which was moderated by Dani Hernandez saw the introduction of some new cast and characters including real world internet personalities Colleen Ballinger, Flula Borg, and Tiffany Herrera. The panel also included previously announced GloZell Green (as the voice of
Little Debbie from Slaughter Race) as well as directors Rich Moore and Phil Johnston, and head of story Josie Trinidad.
The movie is set for release on November 21st 2018 with a voice cast that
includes John C. Reilly, Sarah Silverman, Gal Gadot, Jack McBrayer, Jane Lynch, Alan Tudyk, Alfred Molina, Ed O’Neill, Ali Wong, Timothy Simons, Glozell Green, Hamish Blake, and Taraji P. Henson.
Full press release is below. Photos are by Ben Gabbe/Getty Images for Disney Studios.
“RALPH BREAKS THE INTERNET” REVEALS DIGITAL INFLUENCER CAST AT NYC COMIC CON
“Ralph Breaks the Internet” wowed audiences at New York Comic Con, introducing new cast and characters, including some of the biggest personalities on the real-world internet. Dani Fernandez, who also hosted the panel, Colleen Ballinger, and Tiffany Herrera, can all be seen and heard in “Ralph Breaks the Internet.” As digital influencers, they were called on to portray themselves, adding validity to the internet depicted in the film. Flula Borg, German actor, comedian and YouTube personality (DJ Flula), lends his voice to Maybe, the dedicated assistant of website entrepreneur Yesss. GloZell Green, rapper/YouTube personality, was previously announced as the voice of Little Debbie from Slaughter Race. “We wanted to cast these roles with people who embody the best of the internet,” said director Rich Moore.
Fernandez moderated the Comic Con panel, welcoming directors Rich Moore and Phil Johnston, and head of story Josie Trinidad to the stage to share never-before-seen footage, and behind-the-scenes information about the making of “Ralph Breaks the Internet,” which opens Nov. 21, 2018.