“Ralph Breaks the Internet” is everything you want out of a Wreck-It Ralph sequel.
Disney’s Thanksgiving movie release this year is “Ralph Breaks the Internet,” a sequel to the splashy 2012 video game-themed film about unlikely friendships that wrecked the hearts of many.
This fall, those beloved characters will be thrust into the world wide web when the arcade introduces WiFi for a story that will resonate with viewers of all ages – especially for the Internet aficionado.
Just before the opening of Halloween Horror Nights 19, Universal Studios Orlando held a promotional event for the upcoming film, “Cirque du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant.” The movie’s stars, John C. Reilly, Chris Massoglia and Josh Hutcherson, were in attendance. They premiered two clips for the audience and answered questions.
At Halloween Horror Nights, actor John C. Reilly meets with sideshow freaks inspired by his upcoming film “Cirque Du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant.”
(Photo by Kevin Kolczynski, Universal Orlando)
Halloween Horror Nights 19 also features a scare zone based on “Cirque du Freak.” Here’s a video featuring all of the scare zones.
For more photos from the Cirque du Freak event and Halloween Horror Nights 19, visit our Photo Gallery.