The following contains small spoilers for Ralph breaks the internet
It is not uncommon for Disney animated films to include references to previous films in the form of small Easter eggs for fans to see. Ralph breaks the internet It is certainly not an exception.
What is different this time is that, although these types of references are usually small and difficult to notice, Ralph breaks the internet Actually it has a whole segment dedicated specifically to make references to Disney. As such, most of the "Disney stuff" inside Ralph 2It is quite blatant and obvious. If you saw the movie, or even just the progress, you saw many references related to Disney.
However, there was actually much happening, especially during those scenes of Oh My Disney, that probably still missing a lot of things. I'm going to have to go Raph breaking the internet like the Zapruder movie to see them all, but here are some of my favorite Disney Easter eggs that you may not have noticed.
Not all Disney references can be found on the Disney website. One of my favorites comes while Raph and Vanellope are looking at eBay to get the steering wheel they need. As in real life, there are many random things for sale online, including a random skillet. Except, in the world of Disney, that pan is not random. It is the weapon chosen by Flynn and Rapunzel at Disney's. Tangled up. Interestingly, a shot from the trailer of Ralph breaks the internet which shows that the pan also included the sale of Aladdin's lamp, but that object apparently did not make the final cut of the film or I lost it completely.
Baby moana and mother
If you saw all the trailers of Ralph breaks the internet Then he saw this little girl, since it was part of one of the funniest moments of marketing, while screaming in horror at seeing a bunny eating too many pancakes. You may or may not have recognized the design of the girl because she wears modern clothes, but in reality it is the children's version of Moana from the movie of the same name. What's more, the character is actually credited as "Baby Mo" in the credits, and "Mo's Mom" is voiced by Nicole Scherzinger, the same actress who played the role in that movie, making another actress who came back for this movie along with All the other princesses, like the adult Moana.
This is one of my absolute favorite Easter eggs because it is one of the easiest to miss. Upon reaching the Internet, Raph and Vanellope are greeted by the least favorite part of the Internet, the emerging ads. One of the ads presented to Ralph is for "Sassy Housewives" that the ad says he wants to meet him. While we never have a clear vision of the ad, the image that accompanies it seems to be that of Aunt Cass of Hiro. Great hero 6, which certainly qualifies as daring, although she is single and owns a small business, so she does not really qualify as a housewife. Although I certainly hope that Aunt Cass finds love, I really hope she is not turning to one of those horrible websites.
When Vanellope arrives at the Disney internet center, there is much continuing The first shot gives us the fighters Kermit the Frog, Iron Man and X-Wing. Numerous Disney characters are visible, although the biggest thing in the shot is a huge Sorcerer's Hat. Fantasy as the centerpiece of the "Disney Animation" section. However, because the hat is so big, you may have missed the fact that standing on top of the hat is Mickey Mouse himself, wearing the same hat and doing something of the same magic he does in the movie. the forties. While we see the mouse ears throughout the film, it would not be the same if Mickey himself were not somewhere in the movie. It's his birthday after all.
Then this is love
The sequence of the Disney Princess is probably the best of the film from the point of view of pure humor. There are many great moments in which princesses refer to their previous films and make some jokes at their expense. One that could have been less obvious, however, comes from Cinderella after the assembled Princesses have commented on Vanellope's strange clothes. The introduction of comfortable and informal clothes to the princesses, usually formal, causes Cinderella to say "so this is love" followed by a clear sigh of joy. The line is actually the name of the song that Cinderella sings when dancing with Prince Charming in the original animated classic. Apparently, the Prince and a pair of sweatpants are equally wonderful in their eyes.
Humphrey the bear
There are so many references of Disney wandering the "streets" of the Internet that it is impossible to catch them all. However, one of my favorites that I was happy to see was Humphrey the Bear. He is seen dancing a little and picking up litter on the floor, which is actually a scene from the 1956 Disney animated short film. In the bag. Humphrey is certainly not a character with the history and fan base of Mickey, Donald and Goofy, but the funny bear appeared in numerous shorts in the 1950s and even got a pair of his own. The character is still a consistent, albeit small, part of the Disney story and it was nice to have a look here.
While it is not strictly a Disney Easter egg, it is one that appears in almost all modern Disney and Pixar movies. The number is a reference to a classroom at the California Institute of Arts, where most of today's great animators received a portion of their training. Walt Disney himself played an important role in the founding of the school, so it remains a reference of Disney. In Ralph breaks the internet, the number appears when Vanellope is fleeing from Stormtroopers. She is in Sector A113, which is where the dressing room of the Disney Princess is located.