A new trailer for the family film "Wreck-It Ralph" debuted online today, outlining the tale of a video-game villain who wants a fresh start.
In the fall movies preview, Globe movie critics Ty Burr and Wesley Morris wrote, "Disney really hopes you’ll think of this computer-animated frolic as 'Toy Story' for the video-game generation."
Take a look at the trailer, with voices provided by a dopey but sweet John C. Reilly ("Step Brothers"), an out of his element Jack McBrayer ("30 Rock"), and a very much in her element Jane Lynch ("Glee"). The film is scheduled for a Nov. 2 release.
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