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The Wreck-It Ralph trailer

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So that list of films you're dying to see just got a little bit bigger. Plus, you're going to want to underline this one.

Disney's next film Wreck-It Ralph is an ode to arcade games and yes, that's pretty much all we needed to know to convince us of its brilliance.

It centres on the villain of a Donkey Kong-esque game who is tired of his bad guy status and seeks solace in other game worlds. As you can see from the awesome trailer below, he encounters a bunch of familiar faces on the way.

It features the voices of John C Reilly and Sarah Silverman and is going to cause a worrying amount of geekgasms worldwide when it's released next year.

Wreck-It Ralph hits cinemas on February 15th

(Image: All Star)

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