It’s been a few months since Ralph and Vanellope von Schweetz wandered into the internet in Disney’s Ralph Breaks the Internet. Today, USA Today has shared a look at a deleted scene from the film, in which Q*Bert gets sucked into the internet first.
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- The scene shows video game icon Q*Bert getting sucked into cyberspace.
- Ralph, Vanellope, Felix, Calhoun and others argue over whether or not to go rescue him before he reappears, disheveled.
- After Vanellope asks Q*Bert what he saw in the internet, Felix translates the Q*Berteese for the group to reveal that was simply saying “everything.”
- Q*Bert, who appeared in the first Wreck-it Ralph in 2012, made his video game debut in 1982 in the form of his self-titled arcade game.
- Ralph Breaks the Internet will be available on digital February 12 and Blu-ray February 26.
What they’re saying:
- Director and co-writer Phil Johnston on why the scene didn’t make the cut: “As much as we wanted to see a shell-shocked Q*bert with the thousand-yard stare of a hardened combat veteran, we needed to get Ralph and Vanellope into the Internet more quickly."
ICYMI – More Ralph Breaks the Internet news:
- A Redditor shared an adorable picture of his daughter dressed as Vanellope Von Schweetz during a recent visit to Disney California Adventure.
- Ralph Breaks the Internet was among the Disney films to earn Golden Globe nominations in December.
- The Walt Disney Company has announced the expansion of their Disney Movie Moments program to even more children’s hospitals.
- Disney’s Ralph Breaks the Internet x BAPE presents a new collection, featuring hoodies and t-shirts in both adult and kids sizes.
- Singer, Julia Michaels recorded the alternate version of “A Place Called Slaughter Race” called “In This Place” as the second song during the end credits of the film as well as music video.