Ralph Breaks the Internet producer Clark Spencer told Disney Parks Blog, that when it came to having a bit of fun at the Disney Princesses’ expense, people told him: “Just go for it…”
“Do it in a way that is referential to the Princesses themselves, but also pokes some fun at it, too,” he added.
Poking fun at popular media is a space that Wreck-it Ralph occupied quite handily. And it looks like its sequel is taking that construct to a new level.
As he introduced his interview with Spencer, Disney Parks Blog contributor Ryan March explained:
If you’ve seen the trailers for “Ralph Breaks the Internet” and laughed your way through sneak peeks at the film’s headline-grabbing Disney Princess sequence, you may have found yourself asking, “Can they do that?”
Apparently, they can!
This is the fourth in March’s series of interviews with Spenser:
- ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ – A Surprising, and Slightly Scary, Source of Inspiration
- ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ – A Filmmaker’s Surprising Path
- ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ – a Producer’s Disney Parks Roots
And there will be new clips each Wednesday until Ralph Breaks the Internet on November 21.