'Wreck-It Ralph' sequel will take on the darker side of the internet

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Don’t let the bright colors and peppy music fool you: Ralph Breaks the Internet knows damn well the the world wide web isn’t all “roses and sunshine,” as co-director Phil Johnston puts it.

“We have to give due to the darker side of it,” he told an assembled group of journalists at a recent press day in Los Angeles. 

To be sure, this is still a Disney sequel we’re talking about. There’s a limit to how twisted things are going to get. Though Ralph does venture at one point into the “dark net” (which in the world of this film looks like an especially shady alleyway in a very sketchy neighborhood), he isn’t about to get radicalized by a fascist website or anything like that.  Read more…

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Source: Mashable

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