Disney’s Toy Story for gamers, Wreck-It Ralph, is set to break the $100 million mark at the box office this weekend. It opened at number one with $50 million last week.
The film’s director Rich Moore is no stranger to games. The former Futurama and Simpsons director was personally involved in creating the reimagined old-school arcade game that’s the basis for the film.
“It’s always been a dream of mine to have a game created based on the idea that I had,” says Moore.
In this interview with Gamerhub.tv, Moore talks about how Disney pulled together classic game IP and why it chose to turn Wreck-It Ralph into an actual game.
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