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Ralph Breaks the Internet is a 2018 computer-animated science-fiction adventure-comedy film and the animated sequel to Walt Disney Animation Studios' 2012 animated feature film Wreck-It Ralph. Distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, it is the 57th animated feature film in the Disney Animated Canon.

Upon its release on November 21, 2018, the film received generally positive reviews from critics and audiences alike and has grossed $529,323,962 worldwide.


Ralph Breaks the Internet leaves Litwak's Arcade behind, venturing into the uncharted, expansive, and thrilling world of the internet, which may or may not survive Ralph's wrecking. Video game bad guy Wreck-It Ralph (voice of John C. Reilly) and fellow misfit Vanellope von Schweetz (voice of Sarah Silverman) must risk it all by traveling to the World Wide Web in search of a replacement part to save Vanellope's video game, Sugar Rush. In way over their heads, Ralph and Vanellope rely on the citizens of the internet—the Netizens—to help navigate their way, including Yesss (voice of Taraji P. Henson), who is the head algorithm and the heart and soul of the trend-making site "BuzzzTube", and Shank (voice of Gal Gadot), a tough-as-nails driver from a gritty online auto-racing game called Slaughter Race.


At Litwak's Arcade, Wreck-It Ralph enjoys having Vanellope von Schweetz in their adventures within Game Central Station. One day, Mr. Litwak plugs in a new Wi-Fi router to the Internet, but the Surge Protector warns the video game characters to stay clear of it.

Vanellope yearns to have something new for a change, having gotten tired of the repetitive races in her game. Overhearing her, Ralph heads into Sugar Rush to create a new track for her. As soon as Vanellope reaches the finish line, Vanellope decides to choose to take his track, which overrides the players' control over the steering wheel until they accidentally pull it out. Swati and Nafisa call up Litwak to fix the wheel, but it breaks into two pieces. A new wheel is available on eBay, but due to its costly price, Litwak has no choice but to unplug Sugar Rush. Ralph and Vanellope help the other Sugar Rush characters get to Game Central Station, and they are taken to Fix-It Felix Jr. and Sergeant Calhoun's penthouse. Vanellope is heartbroken at losing her game unless something can be done in the next day. Ralph then remembers there was a steering wheel on eBay, and decides to go to the Internet.

He finds Vanellope, and they bother Surge Protector about a fake emergency as they head to the Wi-Fi router. While the two are examining the router interior, Litwak's netizen avatar appears, going into a capsule that could take it to the Internet. Ralph and Vanellope follow the avatar, and they are suddenly transported into the Internet's hub. They go to the search engine KnowsMore to find eBay. Ralph is annoyed when KnowsMore shoots out guesses until Vanellope asks "eBay Sugar Rush steering wheel", and Ralph and Vanellope are transported to eBay. As the two don't understand that the numbers used in the auction represent what they have to pay and so they raise the price of the steering wheel to $27,001, for which they are unable to pay. Ralph then sees a pop-up netizen, Spamley, who can help them get the money by video game looting.

One of the options is to find Shank's car in a game called Slaughter Race, in which Ralph hates due to it being too dangerous for Vanellope, and Shank then encounters the two. Vanellope then takes Shank's car as Shank tails them. Although she is impressed by Vanellope, Shank refuses to give them her car, but Shank advises Ralph he can get money by making videos on BuzzzTube.

Ralph and Vanellope end up at BuzzzTube, where Yesss, the head algorithm, has Ralph make many videos, turning him into an internet sensation. In order to help Ralph get more hearts, Yesss sends out pop-up netizens to garner more views. Vanellope decides to go to other websites and be a pop-up, and Ralph chooses Oh My Disney for her because it had a castle, and Vanellope was a princess. Yesss agrees and redirects her there. Vanellope runs into trouble with First Order Stormtroopers before she finds a safe haven with the Disney Princesses. Vanellope befriends the princesses, and they give her advice on finding what she desires the most.

Meanwhile, Ralph and Yesss try to upload a video, but it can't load. The Eboy (the eBay alert messenger) tells Ralph that the steering wheel would expire in 30 minutes. Yesss tries to fix it while Ralph reads the comments, some with a favorable reception, and some with disparaging words. Ralph is dispirited despite Yesss' warning not to read the comments, though Yesss tells Ralph he made enough money to buy the steering wheel. He thanks her for all her help, and Ralph calls Vanellope on his phone that Yesss has given him, and Vanellope is delighted. Ralph then makes his way to eBay.

At eBay, after getting the steering wheel, Ralph then tries to call Vanellope again, but his voice is muted. He overhears Vanellope, who is at Slaughter Race, Vanellope confiding with Shank that she wanted to stay with Shank at the game. A bitter Ralph asks Spamley for a virus that could slow down Slaughter Race and convince Vanellope to leave. Spamley takes Ralph to the Dark Net and introduces him to Double Dan, and he gives them "Arthur", an insecurity virus that can slow down Slaughter Race. Ralph releases the virus into Slaughter Race during a race, where it scans on Vanellope's glitch, which she was 30% insecure of herself, and transmits it throughout the game to create havoc.

Ralph tries to get inside the game and look for Vanellope. Shank then tells him and Vanellope to both get out of the game as it will reboot. Ralph then picks up an unconscious Vanellope, and after they escaped, Vanellope awakens, but is angry at Ralph after he admits that he inserted the virus to slow down the game. Vanellope furiously throws the medal she gave Ralph down to the Dark Net, which breaks into two, and storms off to find Shank, breaking Ralph's heart. Nearby, "Arthur", inside the wreckage, scans Ralph's insecurities, which are at 100%, and unleashes them all over the internet in the form of thousands of viral Ralphs.

The Ralph viruses cause chaos all around the net, wrecking anything in their path and causing a global-wide DDoS attack, all while looking for Vanellope, who tries to run away, looking for Shank. Vanellope then goes to KnowsMore, and she helps him close down his site. The real Ralph appears, and KnowsMore informs them that the clones will disappear if they can get the Ralphs through the antivirus software. Yesss picks up Ralph and Vanellope to lure the viruses to the antivirus gate. When the clones form a giant Ralph, Yesss saves Vanellope while Ralph fights it, but Vanellope gets captured by the giant Ralph. Ralph continues fighting the giant Ralph but almost gets crushed until Vanellope pleads it to stop. After Ralph fixes his insecurities, the clones dissolve, causing Ralph to fall. Spamley tries to catch him, but Ralph just falls through his car and gets knocked out in the process. Below, the Disney Princesses, who have been watching the battle the whole time, use their magical powers and skills to rescue Ralph. Their efforts result in Ralph safely landing on a bed where he wakes up and meets the Princesses, who tell him that they are friends with Vanellope, which makes Ralph their friend, too.

After the battle, Shank incorporates Vanellope's code into Slaughter Race to let her stay in the game. Ralph and Vanellope sadly part ways, with each now sharing one half of Ralph's medal, and Ralph returns to Litwak's Arcade alone. Ralph then explains the changes to himself and the arcade - the Sugar Rush racers are friendlier now with Felix and Calhoun's effective parenting, and he has participated in community activities with the other arcade game characters. He still talks to Vanellope through Yesss' phone weekly, though an upcoming update to Slaughter Race will enable Vanellope to come for a visit within two months. After he ends his call with Vanellope, Ralph watches the sunrise once more as he and Felix head to work.

In a mid-credits scene, a toddler (Moana, shortened to Mo) plays a game of Pancake Milkshake after watching the film, which disappoints her because one of the scenes from the trailer wasn't in the final version, but Ralph and Vanellope enter the game and crash it, spawning a meme.

In a post-credits scene, a supposed-to-be sneak peek of Frozen II shifts to Ralph rickrolling to the song "Never Gonna Give You Up" by Rick Astley, with Slaughter Race characters and Felix. Ralph then breaks the fourth wall telling the audience there are no more surprises to show up, ending the film.


Additional voices[]


When he spoke about a sequel back in 2013, director Rich Moore told the media that he wanted to try and work in mobile/casual gaming, and he also liked the idea of bringing in different Wreck-It Ralphs from mobile versions or Super Smash Bros.-esque iterations of the character.[1][2] He also stated that the cast and crew are open to the sequel,[3] and plans to include Mario and Tron.[4][5] In the end, only the latter was used at the beginning of the film as a minor foreshadowing plot device. The pictures from the internet connection worked, it was Wreck-It-Ralph again.

Wreck it Ralph 2 first look

Visual development depicting Ralph and Vanellope's differing opinions of the Internet.

Serious talks about a Wreck-It Ralph sequel began in 2014. Henry Jackman was the first to leak information, saying the sequel's story is being written.[6] There was a general consensus that a sequel wouldn't be made unless there was a good story. Part of the inspiration for doing a sequel came from Ralph's final line in Wreck-It Ralph; "Turns out I don't need a medal to tell me I'm a good guy. Because if that little kid likes me, how bad can I be?" According to Rich Moore and Phil Johnston, the more they thought about that particular line, the more dysfunctional it seemed. It gave the impression that Ralph's self-esteem is solely dependent on how Vanellope feels about him, meaning he still has insecurities to overcome and room to grow as a character. This prompted the filmmakers to like the first film, have Ralph and Vanellope's relationship serve as the center of the story.[7] That's when Rich Moore came up with the idea of having the characters travel to the Internet. This created numerous opportunities for comedy and conflict between Ralph and Vanellope, which excited the creative team.[8]

The story went through a number of revisions. In the beginning, the Internet was essentially the antagonist of the film. It was regarded as a threat to the arcade's way of life, a threat that Ralph sought to wreck. In another version, Vanellope was sucked into the Internet and became the leader of her own website, Vanellope.com. Another had Ralph becoming an Internet sensation corrupted by fame and fortune.[8][9]

Disney Princesses Comfy Clothes Group

Visual development depicting Vanellope alongside the revamped Disney princesses.

The idea of a prominent Disney crossover involving the Disney princesses was inspired by the "Which Disney Princess Are You?" quizzes that commonly appear on sites like Buzzfeed. The joke was that upon coming across one of these quizzes, Ralph and Vanellope would encounter the princesses themselves. Co-writer Pamela Ribon questioned whether Vanellope is an official member of the Disney Princess line-up, considering the character is a princess and comes from the same studio behind Cinderella, The Little Mermaid, and Beauty and the Beast. Ribon then envisioned a scenario in which Vanellope got to meet the princesses inside the Internet, and the concept continued to expand from there. Ribon wrote out the scene and included a number of jokes that appear in the final film. When it came time to pitch it to Rich Moore, Ribon admittedly feared the scene would be rejected. However, it was approved and showed to the rest of Disney Animation to similar praise. With this, the princesses scene officially became part of the movie.

On July 12, 2015, John C. Reilly confirmed the sequel and announced that he is signed on to reprise his role as Ralph.[10]

On March 24, 2016, Rich Moore stated that a sequel is still being planned. Moore also hopes to specifically include an appearance from Mario, citing a "good relationship with Nintendo".[11]

The film was officially announced by Walt Disney Animation Studios on June 30, 2016, with a release date set for March 9, 2018. John C. Reilly and Sarah Silverman were confirmed to be returning to the cast.[12] On April 25, 2017, the film was given a new release date, having been pushed to November 2018.[13]

In an interview with Collider, Moore confirms that the film had been in development for about two and a half years by the time of its announcement. Development halted when Moore put the focus on co-directing Zootopia, though things were set back in motion immediately after production on the film wrapped. Phil Johnston, a writer on the original Wreck-It Ralph, was brought on to co-direct alongside Moore in response to his heavy influence on the first movie.[14]

At the 2017 D23 Expo in Anaheim, California, it was revealed that the Disney Princesses would feature in speaking roles, marking the first time these characters have all interacted on screen, together. Other appearances from both Lucasfilm and Marvel Comics properties were also revealed. Jack McBrayer and Jane Lynch were also confirmed to reprise their roles as Fix-It Felix Jr. and Sergeant Calhoun, respectively.

On July 10, 2018, the Wreck-It Ralph 2 subtitle was dropped from the title.[15]


Main article: Ralph Breaks the Internet (soundtrack)

Composer Henry Jackman returns to score the movie. According to Jackman, his goal was to incorporate elements from the original soundtrack, while adding a new layer to fit in with the internet's modern environment.

Interestingly, unlike Wreck-It Ralph, Ralph Breaks the Internet features a full-fledged musical number in the style of classic Disney performed by Sarah Silverman as Vanellope and Gal Gadot as Shank. Alan Menken, who is renowned for scoring a majority of the Disney Renaissance, penned the song, titled "A Place Called Slaughter Race". It was inspired by what lyricist Howard Ashman described as the "I want" song, in which the hero or heroine would burst into song to proclaim their deepest desires. This is a common element in Disney musicals, especially those involving princesses, which connects—narratively—to the idea of Vanellope embracing her inner-Disney Princess. Phil Johnston doubled as a co-lyricist for the song. In classic Disney Renaissance fashion, Grammy nominee Julia Michaels was signed on to perform the credits version of the song.

The single for this film is "Zero", written and performed by Imagine Dragons, who made a cameo appearance in the film, watching a video of Ralph's impersonation of Bob Ross.

The Ralph Breaks the Internet soundtrack was released on November 16, 2018.


International Premieres[]

Home Media[]

Main article: Ralph Breaks the Internet (video)

Ralph Breaks the Internet was released on Ultra HD Blu-ray, Blu-ray, and DVD in North America on February 26, 2019, from Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment. The film was made available for digital download in selected regions on February 12, 2019.


Ralph Breaks the Internet received very positive reviews from critics. The film review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes reports that 88% of critics have given the film a positive review based on 273 reviews, with an average score of 7.30/10. The site's consensus reads: "Ralph Breaks the Internet levels up on its predecessor with a funny, heartwarming sequel that expands its colorful universe while focusing on core characters and relationships" On Metacritic, based on 43 reviews, the film has an average of 71/100. The film earned an "A-" from audiences polled by CinemaScore.


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  • The film takes place 6 years after the events of Wreck-It Ralph.[14]
  • It is revealed that Litwak's Arcade is stationed in Los Aburridos, California. This roughly translates to "The Boring".
  • By the time of this film, one of the Sugar Rush twin consoles was removed.
  • Vanellope's presidency is never addressed or referenced in this film. Instead, she is only referred to as a princess.
  • The logo for the movie was made to resemble an app icon.
  • This is the last film from Walt Disney Animation Studios to be released under the supervision of John Lasseter before he left his position as CEO of both Walt Disney Animation and Pixar in the same year, while the following Frozen II will be the last one with his involvement.
  • The first look concept art for the movie (released in 2016) featured parody versions of popular websites. In the final film, real websites were used.
  • This is the first Disney Animated Canon film to have a McDonald's Happy Meal commercial since Chicken Little.
  • Before it was decided that Oh My Disney would serve as a crossover world for all Disney properties, Ralph and Vanellope were to instead visit a defunct Disney Infinity website.[16]
  • Due to his death in Wreck-It Ralph, King Candy does not return in the film.[14] Alan Tudyk does return, however, as a new character named KnowsMore.
  • Concept art for the Dark Web area has an advertisement for "Turbo Torrent" which features a foreboding depiction of Turbo's smiling face.
  • The end credits scene features a so-called sneak peek of Frozen 2 and starts with snowflakes before Ralph rickrolls the entire audience by playing Rick Astley's Never Gonna Give You Up, but replacing Rick Astley with himself.
  • Each of the Disney Princesses were redesigned to have a broader style to fit the Wreck-It Ralph universe.
  • To ensure that the Disney princess avatars were faithful representations of their classic films, the Ralph Breaks the Internet creative team consulted the original filmmakers, voice actresses, and even the characters at the Walt Disney Parks and Resorts. They also rewatched the films.[17]
  • Prior to the film's release, Disney received backlash over Tiana's redesign, specifically her lightened skin tone and sharper features. In response, Tiana's scenes were reanimated so that she more closely resembled her original depiction.[18]
  • There were plans to have a villain in the movie at one point, but this was scrapped in favor of a narrative in which Ralph served as his own antagonist. The villain was named B.E.V., and was an AntiVirus-inspired cop that lived in the Internet.[19][20]
  • One of the jokes that were pitched involved Kylo Ren from the Star Wars sequel trilogy being portrayed as a spoiled child. However, Lucasfilm requested that the filmmakers scrap the joke out of fear that it would undermine Kylo Ren's role as their villain.[21]
  • Nafisa is voiced by Michaela Zee, the daughter of Ming-Na Wen, who reprises her role as Mulan.
  • In an early version of the script, the movie began with a funeral for Tapper. In during which, Ralph and Vanellope were to give a eulogy, though they instead spent the time talking about themselves. To that, the gathered mourners would rebuke the duo by throwing food and starting a food fight.[22]
  • Some versions of the movie had Felix and Calhoun joining Ralph and Vanellope on their journey to the Internet. This was partially altered to keep the arcade relevant, and due to the belief that having too many characters adventuring through the Internet would overwhelm the story.[22]
  • As Mindy Kaling does not reprise the role, Taffyta Muttonfudge is the only returning character not to have her original voice actor. Melissa Villaseñor voices Taffyta instead.
  • This is the second time Brad Garrett voiced Eeyore in 2018, the first being Christopher Robin, which came out three and a half months prior.
  • With the film's release date set on November 21, 2018, roughly two years after Moana's release, this is the longest break between two films from Walt Disney Animation Studios since the 28-month gap between The Great Mouse Detective (July 2, 1986) and Oliver & Company (November 18, 1988).
  • The film marks Alan Menken's first contribution to the Disney animated canon since Tangled in 2010.
    • Thus, it is also the second time Menken composes a song but not a music score for a Disney film after 1992's Newsies (whose music underscore was instead composed by J.A.C. Redford).
  • When asked about naming the film with "Breaks the Internet" instead of "Wrecks the Internet", the filmmakers explained that the double meaning behind "break the internet" (being a common phrase on the real-life Internet and being literal as Ralph nearly destroys the world inside the Internet) made the title more appealing.[7]
    • The naming was also inquired by Ralph and Vanellope in the trailer, with Yesss giving an answer similar to the above.
  • Buzz Lightyear from the Toy Story franchise appears in the film shouting his iconic catchphrase "To Infinity and Beyond!". Coincidentally both teaser trailers for the then unreleased Toy Story 4 were shown before the movie.
  • C-3PO and R2-D2 from the Star Wars franchise both appear in the film probably as a substitute for them not appearing in Solo, which was released the same year.
  • Before the princesses change into their casual wear, a Disney-castle transition is shown. This is a reference to the 1960s Batman TV series, and Neal Hefti's music from the series is used.
  • This film marks the fourth time Henry Jackman composes the music score for a Walt Disney Animation Studios film after Winnie the Pooh, the original Wreck-It Ralph, and Big Hero 6.
  • Unlike the first movie, Ralph Breaks the Internet does not have an opening title card. This makes it the third Walt Disney Animation Studios film to not have the title card appear until the end of the film after Big Hero 6 and Moana.
    • The 8-bit Walt Disney Animation Studios logo was not used for the film, unlike the first movie.
    • Also, the Disney logo appears on the top of the logo at the end of the film.
  • In the storybook version of the film, it only features the first official 11 Disney Princesses and excludes Anna, Elsa and Moana. It also doesn't mention the scene where the princesses saved Ralph from his demise.
  • The first and, for so far, only Walt Disney Animation Studios film to use the short 2011 Disney closing logo since 2016's Zootopia.
  • This movie has the most amount of Easter eggs ever in a Disney Movie, clocking in at about 122.
  • This is the second Disney animated film to include real world products after Oliver & Company.
  • With about 14 minutes of end credits (including post-credits scenes), this film has the longest running time of end credits to date for an animated film.
  • With the running time of 112 minutes, this is the second longest Disney animated film after Fantasia.
  • This is the first Walt Disney Animation Studios film to reused the models (in this case for toddler Moana).
  • Ralph Breaks the Internet was nominated for "Favorite Animated Movie" at the 2019 Kids' Choice Awards, but lost to Pixar's Incredibles 2.
  • This is the final Walt Disney Animation Studios film to feature animated menus and to specifically describe the scene selections for its home media releases.

Cameos and other Disney references[]


  1. Disney Wreck-It Ralph Director Rich Moore Is a Huge Gamer
  2. John C. Reilly Has Signed on for WRECK-IT RALPH 2
  3. Wreck-It Ralph's Director Answers Our Questions
  4. 'Wreck-It Ralph' director Rich Moore wants Nintendo's Mario for sequel
  5. Wreck-It Ralph Director Wants Tron in the Sequel
  6. Composer Henry Jackman Talks Captain America: The Winter Soldier, His Influences, Wreck-It Ralph 2, The Interview, and More
  7. 7.0 7.1 ""Ralph Breaks the Internet" Press Conference with John C. Reilly, Sarah Silverman +, Wreck-It Ralph" (November 4, 2018).
  8. 8.0 8.1 Uribe, Mariana (September 20, 2018). "Behind the Scenes of Ralph Breaks the Internet with Rick Moore, Phil Johnston, and Clark Spencer". Oh My Disney.
  9. "Ralph Breaks The Internet' Story Team Talks Saving Knowsmore, Crafting A Scene, Collaboration, and More" (September 20, 2018).
  10. Otterson, Joe. "John C. Reilly Says He Will Star in ‘Wreck-It Ralph’ Sequel". The Wrap. Retrieved on 13 July 2015.
  11. Tilly, Chris (Mar 24, 2016). "Wreck-It Ralph 2 Still Happening, Might Feature Mario". IGN. Retrieved on Mar 24, 2016.
  13. "Wreck-It Ralph 2 & Gigantic Get New Release Dates". ScreenRan (April 25, 2017).
  14. 14.0 14.1 14.2 "Exclusive: ‘Wreck-It Ralph 2’ Director Rich Moore Teases Internet Setting, Returning Characters, and More". Collider (June 30, 2016).
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  16. 16.0 16.1 "INTERVIEW: "Wreck-It Ralph 2" directors Rich Moore and Phil Johnston discuss Disney Princesses, in-jokes, and the fate of that unlucky bunny". Inside the Magic (February 28, 2018).
  18. "Princess Tiana voice actress Anika Noni Rose addresses Disney reanimating character after backlash" (September 25, 2018).
  19. "Story Cache: How 'Ralph Breaks the Internet' broke its narrative" (October 11, 2018).
  20. "Ralph Breaks the Internet Had a Few Totally Different Plots Before It Was Done" (October 25, .2018).
  22. 22.0 22.1 "An Early, Behind-The-Scenes Look Into The Making Of ‘Ralph Breaks The Internet’" (October 30, .2018).
  23. ": Could ‘Wreck-It Ralph’s Vanellope Be the 15th Official Disney Princess?" (November 29, 2018).

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Cinderella: Fairy GodmotherCinderella
Frozen: ElsaOlafKristoffSvenAnna
Hercules: HadesHerculesMegaraZeusPhiloctetesPegasus
Lilo & Stitch: StitchPleakleyJumbaAngelLilo Pelekai
Meet the Robinsons Bowler Hat GuyDOR-15
Mickey Mouse & Friends Mickey MouseGoofyMinnie MousePlutoPeteDaisy Duck
Moana: MoanaMaui
Mulan: Fa MulanLi ShangShan YuMushu
One Hundred and One Dalmatians: Cruella De Vil
Peter Pan: Peter PanCaptain Hook
Pocahontas: PocahontasMeeko
Raya and the Last Dragon: RayaSisuNamaari
Robin Hood: Robin HoodSheriff of NottinghamLittle John
Sleeping Beauty: MaleficentAuroraPrince Phillip
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: The Evil QueenSnow White
Tangled: RapunzelFlynn RiderMaximusMother GothelStabbington Brothers
The Black Cauldron: The Horned King
The Emperor's New Groove: YzmaKronkPachaKuzco
The Great Mouse Detective: Basil of Baker Street
The Hunchback of Notre Dame: EsmeraldaQuasimodoPhoebus
The Jungle Book: King LouieBalooBagheeraKaaShere Khan
The Lion King: ScarRafikiTimonPumbaaSimbaNala
The Little Mermaid: ArielUrsulaKing Triton
The Nightmare Before Christmas: Jack SkellingtonSallyOogie BoogieLock, Shock, and BarrelMayor of Halloween Town
The Princess and the Frog: Dr. FacilierTianaLouis
The Rescuers Down Under: Percival C. McLeach
The Sword in the Stone: MerlinMadam Mim
Treasure Planet: Captain AmeliaJim HawkinsJohn Silver
Wreck-It Ralph: Wreck-It RalphVanellope von SchweetzFix-It Felix Jr.Sergeant CalhounShank
Winnie the Pooh: Winnie the PoohTiggerEeyore
Zootopia: Judy HoppsNick WildeYax FinnickChief BogoClawhauserKoslovMr. BigBellwether

Disney animated shows
Amercian Dragon: Jake Long: Jake LongRose
Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers: Chip and DaleGadget HackwrenchZipper

Darkwing Duck: Darkwing DuckMegavoltQuackerjackNegaduck
DuckTales: Scrooge McDuckDonald DuckHuey, Dewey, and LouieFenton CrackshellLaunchpad McQuackMagica De Spell
Gargoyles: GoliathDemona
Kim Possible: Kim PossibleDr. DrakkenShegoRon StoppableRufusDuff KilliganMonkey Fist
Phineas and Ferb: Agent PHeinz Doofenshmirtz
The Owl House: Eda ClawthorneLuz Noceda

A Bug's Life: FlikHopper

Brave: Merida
Coco: Miguel RiveraDante
Finding Nemo: GeraldMarlinNemoHankDory
Inside Out: AngerJoySadnessDisgustFear
Luca: Luca PaguroAlberto Scorfano
Monsters, Inc.: James P. SullivanBooMike WazowskiRandall Boggs
Onward: Ian LightfootCorey the ManticoreBarley Lightfoot
Ratatouille: Alfredo LinguiniRemyColette TatouChef Skinner
Soul: 22
The Incredibles: Mr. IncredibleElastigirlDash ParrViolet ParrJack-Jack ParrFrozoneSyndromeThe UnderminerVoyd
Toy Story: WoodyBuzz LightyearJessieRexEmperor ZurgBo PeepBilly, Goat, and GruffDuke CaboomDucky and BunnySlinky DogHamm
Turning Red: Mei Lee
Up: Carl FredricksenDugRussellKevin

Disney live-action films
Hocus Pocus: Winifred SandersonSarah SandersonMary SandersonThackery BinxBilly Butcherson

Pirates of the Caribbean: Jack SparrowHector BarbossaTia DalmaDavy Jones
The Rocketeer: Cliff Secord
Tron: Kevin FlynnQuorraTron

The Muppets
AnimalMiss PiggyGonzoDr. Bunsen HoneydewBeakerKermit the FrogThe Swedish ChefFozzie BearStatler and WaldorfSweetums