Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2’s final trailer is mildly horrifying

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The last trailer for Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 finally lives up to the promise of its title while also being completely terrifying.

If nothing else, Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 is really committing to a couple of things. First is that Ralph knows absolutely nothing about anything that is happening. Second is that the internet that he and Vanellope are visiting affects the real world, even when Ralph’s mistakes lead to things that the trailer legitimately can’t show.

In fact, the cutaway at the end of this UK trailer is scarier because we only hear a sound effect and see a child screaming as they play on their tablet in the car.

But it also finally gives us an explanation for why Ralph and Vanellope are going in the first place: trying to find a part to fix Sugar Rush!

Watch the trailer below:

Now, as it’s been noted to this writer, much of this first premiered at New York Comic Con, so it only makes sense that it would be in a trailer now that the con has come to a close. We also get to see the aforementioned bunny explosion. Look, it’s gross by the time that the bunny has syrup all around its mouth, but then you get the cutaway, and, well… It is an expected consequence of overfeeding a character in a video game, we suppose.

It does, however, include another clever moment when Ralph reverts to his wrecking nature and accidentally crushes an internet user’s avatar, leading that woman to lose her internet connection. While kids might not quite get that just yet, adults will enjoy the nod to possibly the worst thing aside from not having coffee in the morning.

In fact, clever is the word that really describes this trailer and this concept more than anything else. It’s clear that this isn’t just a sequel meant to cash in on the first film’s almost-$500-million worldwide take.

We’ll see if this concept boosts that total up beyond all imagining, much like Ralph’s eBay bids.

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Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 debuts Nov. 21.