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‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ Will Have Way More Disney Cameos than We Thought

It'll unite Disney, Marvel and Star Wars all in one movie.

Disney already broke the Internet when they revealed that all of the Disney princesses would appear in a scene with Vanellope (Sarah Silverman) in the Wreck-It Ralph sequel. This was only the tip of the iceberg, though. The filmmakers seem like they’re going to try to stuff as many Disney characters and easter-eggs as possible.

Ralph Breaks the Internet follows Ralph (John C. Reilly) and Vanellope as they discover the World Wide Web for the first time. The trailers reveal that the president and princess of Sugar Rush accidentally ends up in the website Oh My Disney. Vanellope is chased around by Star Wars storm troopers and takes refuge in the Disney princesses room.

This scene got a ton of buzz earlier this year, but now more cameos have been revealed. Eeyore from Winnie the Pooh, Peter Pan’s shadow and Tinkerbell from Peter Pan, Grumpy from Snow White, Hehei from Moana, Buzz Lightyear from Toy Story, Nick Wilde from Zootopia and Baymax from Big Hero 6 all appear in a clip posted by If you blink or take your eyes away from the screen for a second, you’ll miss them.

The directors of the film, Phil Johnston and Rich Moore, both were involved in the making of Zootopia, so it’s no surprise that they’d want to bring their devious fox, Nick Wilde, back to the big screen. They have gone above and beyond incorporating Disney’s many different studios and movies into the film. The directors even got Tim Allen to voice Buzz Lightyear again, according to IMDB’s Ralph Breaks the Internet credits.

The movie’s IMDB page also let slip that a certain member of Guardians of the Galaxy will be making an appearance. Vin Diesel is credited on the film for voicing Baby Groot, so get ready for some adorable dancing and a lot of “I am Groot.”  

We can’t wait to see what other cameos and easter-eggs are lurking in this film.

Ralph Breaks the Internet hits theaters on November 21.