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Wreck-It Ralph (2012)

Extra Scenes During and After the Credits

Movie Details

In Theaters: November 2, 2012
On Video: March 5, 2013
Director(s): Rich Moore
Genre(s): Animation, Comedy, Family
Production Co.: Walt Disney Animation Studios
Distributor(s): Walt Disney Pictures
MPAA Rating: PG
Our Review: N/A
Running Time: 101 minutes
Credits Running Time: 8 minutes

During the Credits

The first three minutes of the credits of Wreck-It Ralph feature many of the film’s characters playing in different games and scenes from the movie. The rest of the credits contains 8-bit scenery from the Wreck-It Ralph, Hero’s Duty, and Sugar Rush games scrolling down the screen.

After the Credits

After the credits of Wreck-It Ralph, the animated Disney castle logo that is traditionally shown after the credits of Disney movies is interrupted by a very brief kill screen that’s reportedly an homage to the famous Pac-Man Bomb Screen that ends the original Pac-Man arcade game once the 256th level is reached. The kill screen in Wreck-It Ralph includes a few characters from the film as half of the screen becomes 8-bit pixelated. Finally, the film ends in the style of an arcade power-off animation.

Songs During the Credits

When Can I See You Again? - Wreck-It Ralph “When Can I See You Again?” by Owl City
Sugar Rush - Wreck-It Ralph “Sugar Rush” by AKB48
Wreck-It, Wreck-It Ralph - Wreck-It Ralph “Wreck-It, Wreck-It Ralph” by Buckner and Garcia

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  • http://www.directorscutmovies.com/ Jack Dignan

    after credits is an old fashioned end of a video game “kill screen”