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Submitted by danand82 437d ago | interview

John C Reilly Interview - Wreck-It Ralph

Clickonline writes: Better known for his dramatic roles early in his career, including Boogie Nights, The Thin Red Line and Magnolia, Reilly has become more associated with comedy in recent years, through his collaborations with Will Ferrell and parody movie Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story. In previously had a small role in the grim animation 9 but steps up to leading status for Wreck-It Ralph. Read on for his thoughts on the character, working with the animation team and ideas for a the sequel!" (Cinema, John C. Reilly, Wreck-It Ralph)

arukas  +   437d ago
Ralph was a nice movie, watching our childhood villains asking themselves why am I the bad guy? for how long? but dont think this deserve a sequel... not a cheesy story to make money please

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