Today, Disney Parks announced new additions to their “dumps” on the East and West Coasts. Ralph and Vanellope are heading to the Disney Parks.
The deets are this, as provided by Disney Parks Blog:
Disney’s all-new animated adventure “Ralph Breaks the Internet” is coming to theaters on November 21. To celebrate, Ralph and best friend Vanellope von Schweetz are once again venturing beyond Litwak’s arcade for special appearances in Disney Parks.
Beginning November 9, Disneyland Resort guests will find Ralph and Vanellope in Hollywood Land at Disney California Adventure park. They’ll also be heading east to Walt Disney World Resort, where you’ll be able to meet them at Epcot, starting November 21 in Innoventions West. And a new experiment will soon be underway at the Imagination Institute, creating a portal into other dimensions. This winter, that portal opens a window on the internet for Ralph and Venellope to step through for regular encounters with Epcot guests in the ImageWorks area of the Imagination! Pavilion.
I am all in for this…
Currently, Wreck-It Ralph is the most-viewed film in the house, with
A stop to see “Baymax” at Epcot is a huge treat for my boys, and I am certain — if the attraction remains open — we’ll be looking for Ralph and Vanellope on our next trip.
But what do you think? Do Ralph and Vanellope belong in the parks? Is Wreck-It Ralph and its sequel a worthy addition to the list of Disney’s animated classics?
Let us know in the comments below…