Ralph Breaks the InternetDisney’s Ralph Breaks the Internet will soon be available to watch from the comfort of home. Today it was announced that the animated feature will be released on Digital 4K Ultra HD™ and Movies Anywhere on Feb. 12 and Blu-ray™ on Feb. 26. The release will include extras that include deleted scenes, the making of the movie, Easter eggs, and more.

Disney has already shared one piece of the bonus content in the form of an Easter eggs clip. Check it out here:

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Soon Trending: Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Latest In-Home Release

Disney’s “Ralph Breaks the Internet”

Access Granted on Digital 4K Ultra HD™ and Movies Anywhere on Feb. 12 and 4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray™ on Feb. 26

 

Fans can browse exclusive extras revealing the creation of the film’s eye-popping internet

and its off-the-wall content, deleted scenes, hidden Easter eggs and much more!

BURBANK, Calif. (Jan. 16, 2019) — Walt Disney Animation Studios’ “Ralph Breaks the Internet,” the animated adventure featuring video-game bad guy Ralph (voice of John C. Reilly) and fellow misfit Vanellope von Schweetz (voice of Sarah Silverman), raced to No. 1 opening weekend (the second biggest Thanksgiving opening of all time), winning the top spot at the domestic box office for three consistent weeks and grossing more than $435.1 million to date. In the hilarious, highspeed sequel to 2012’s Oscar®-nominated “Wreck-It Ralph,” the besties risk it all by traveling to the expansive, fast-paced world of the internet in an action-packed attempt to save Vanellope’s game Sugar Rush. “Ralph Breaks the Internet” is available instantly on Digital 4K Ultra HD™/HD/SD and Movies Anywhere Feb. 12 and physically on Blu-ray and DVD Feb. 26.

“Ralph Breaks the Internet” arrives home with a wide-range of exclusive extras, taking fans behind the scenes at Walt Disney Animation Studios to explore how artists created the film’s vibrant version of the internet — from comical cat videos to the intense online game Slaughter Race to shady characters on the Dark Net. Features also reveal some Easter eggs — inside jokes and references to other Disney films and characters hidden throughout the film — and filmmakers introduce some never before revealed deleted scenes.