Taraji P. Henson joins 'Wreck-It Ralph' sequel

If past D23 Expos are any indication, we're about to be treated to a lot of Disney surprises in addition to announced looks at Disney•Pixar's upcoming Coco and Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2.

Of course, we do know that Vanellope's interaction with the Disney Princess characters is a little bit more extensive, and is likely more akin to Ralph's Bad-Anon meeting in the original film. That's because the arcade has just gotten Wi-Fi, so naturally the two go exploring.

"Yesss is a new character who owns the website Buzzaholic, ". Vanellope and Ralph get sucked into the internet.

Along the way, they will meet series newcomer Yesss (Taraji P. Henson), an expert on the viral parts of the internet whom Ralph seeks out for help.

While nothing official on the trailer front has been released, we can't wait for Disney/Pixar to star showing us some images or footage from the movie.

Here's Who Will Play Aladdin In Disney's Live Action Remake
Breaking news from the D23 Expo: Disney has finally cast its live-action Aladdin-and announced who'll be playing Jasmine, too. After SO MUCH speculation, actor who will play Aladdin in Disney's live action movie has been revealed as Mena Massoud .

The Wreck-It Ralph sequel opens November 21st, 2018.

Disney Princesses Snow White, Cinderella, Belle, Elsa, Anna and Moana also appear, who are escorted by Force Awakens era Stormtroopers, all of whom are voiced by the surviving original actresses. There are even nods to Buzz Lightyear and Marvel's Stan Lee in there. The girls immediately question Vanellope's right to be there, but she insists she's a Princess too. Vannelope finds them not to be as ideal as she thought, and they accept her as one of them. Vanellope really wants to mess with the Disney princesses. C-3PO even shows up at the end of the wonderful mashup clip.

Remember Jack-Jack? The baby from "The Incredibles" has serious powers, and at least some of them are displayed in a new clip that showed him facing off with a raccoon.

Lasseter told the crowd today during Disney's animation presentation that he will remain as executive producer and a consultant for Cooley, the screenwriter of Pixar's Oscar-winning Inside Out.

Untitled Dan Scanlon film Dan Scanlon, who directed "Monsters University", will direct an untitled film set in a suburban fantasy world where unicorns are as common as rats. Here's a clip, here's a star, and here's a new character.

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