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Wreck-It Ralph Director Wants to Put Mario in the Sequel

Source:   Moviehole
December 7, 2012


Disney's Wreck-It Ralph has earned over $200 million worldwide already (it still has a lot of countries to open in through March, 2013), and it sounds like the studio has already started talking about a sequel.

Both John C. Reilly and Sarah Silverman told Moviehole that they expect a sequel will happen. "Some of the big muckety-muckets at the studio, who I just saw the other night, were like 'We're talking sequel!'" Reilly said.

Director Rich Moore is also confident we'll be seeing another Wreck-It Ralph adventure and for the next film, he wants to include Nintendo's Mario. Moore told the site that Mario wasn't in the first movie because they couldn't find anywhere for him to go, not because Nintendo refused them.

"We'll really come up with something good for Mario to do [in the next film]," said Moore. "To be able to present him in the sequel, would be great."


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