- Oh My Disney: In the movie, the characters visit the Oh My Disney website. Within this virtual world, there are numerous references to other Disney properties. Look out for Stormtroopers from Star Wars, the Millennium Falcon, Iron Man’s suit, and even an appearance by C-3PO.
- Disney Princesses: One of the most iconic scenes in the film features all the Disney Princesses in one room. While some references are obvious, like Cinderella’s glass slipper, there are more subtle nods. For instance, Aurora’s dress transforms from pink to blue, just like in her classic film.
- Zootopia’s Finnick: Keep an eye out for Finnick, the fennec fox character from Disney’s “Zootopia.” He makes a cameo appearance in a crowd scene in the internet world.
- The Muppets: In the Oh My Disney scene, if you look closely, you can spot characters from The Muppets, including Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy, in the background.
- A113: The famous A113 Easter egg, which refers to the classroom at California Institute of the Arts, appears in many Disney and Pixar films. In “Ralph Breaks the Internet,” A113 is cleverly hidden on a license plate.
- Winnie the Pooh: While exploring the internet, there’s a quick glimpse of a website called “eBoy.” On this site, you can see a pixelated version of Winnie the Pooh.
- Hidden Mickeys: Disney is known for its “Hidden Mickeys,” which are subtle representations of Mickey Mouse’s iconic ears hidden throughout their parks and movies. In “Ralph Breaks the Internet,” keep an eye out for any circular objects or formations that might resemble Mickey’s head.
These are just a few of the many Disney references tucked away in “Ralph Breaks the Internet.” The film is a treasure trove of nods to Disney’s vast and beloved universe.
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