'Wreck-It Ralph' theatrical trailer features cameos from Sonic, Dig Dug, Q-Bert, and more

Disney released a full trailer today for Wreck-It Ralph, its upcoming video-game-inspired animated film, and it features characters from real video games even more heavily than previous trailers.

Disney released a full trailer today for Wreck-It Ralph, its upcoming video-game-inspired animated film, and it features characters from real video games even more heavily than previous trailers.

The two-and-a-half-minute theatrical trailer includes a lot of the same footage as the original teaser, but there's more of the "Bad-Anon" therapy group for video game villains like Dr. Robotnik, M. Bison, and Bowser. Q-Bert gets a bit more screen time here, too, when a fleeing Ralph (John C. Reilly, Magnolia) trips over him and when he's telling Fix-It Felix (Jack McBrayer, 30 Rock) that Ralph escaped.

Sonic the Hedgehog also appears briefly on an advertisement. Disney's pulling out some more obscure characters, too — we spotted Bentley Bear from Crystal Castles, Dig Dug, and the bartender from Tapper.

The full trailer also offers longer glimpses at the plight of Vanellope von Schweetz (Sarah Silverman, Louie) and the ornery Sergeant Calhoun (Jane Lynch, Party Down). Check it out below.

Wreck-It Ralph, a Walt Disney Animation Studios production, is set for release on November 2nd.

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