There's no denying the incredible juggernaut Walt Disney Studios and all of its subsidiary studios have become in the world of movies. Now taking over Hollywood with a series of live-action adaptations of some of their most popular classic films - such as 'The Jungle Book' and the recently-released 'Beauty and the Beast', as well as looking after huge properties including the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the 'Star Wars' future instalments, the studio still clearly has time for its animated flicks. One of those is a sequel to the much-celebrated 'Wreck-It Ralph', confirmed for release early next year.'Wreck-It Ralph' was a huge hit for Walt Disney Pictures'Wreck-It Ralph' was a huge hit for Walt Disney Pictures

During this week's CinemaCon, Disney announced during their presentation that the official title for the sequel had been confirmed as 'Ralph Breaks The Internet: Wreck-it Ralph 2'. A mouthful, but certainly a title that gives a bit of insight as to what to expect!

It was also confirmed that many of the talented voice actors from the first film would be making their return, with the likes of Jack McBrayer, Jane Lynch, John C. Reilly, Alan Tudyk and Sarah Silverman all back on board. Director Rich Moore also makes a comeback.

Picking up after the events of the first movie but in the present day, (so six years after the first film), fans will see Ralph and Silverman go on an adventure across the internet with Vanellope von Schweetz, but trouble is right around the corner when a Wi-Fi router is plugged into the arcade.

Though these are only minor plot details, they serve to tell us a little bit about what we should expect when the film hits theatres across the globe next March. While many will hope that some elements of the original are brought to the sequel, there's more than enough wiggle room here for those involved in making the flick to ensure it gives something different, yet just as infectious this time round.

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'Ralph Breaks The Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2' is expected to hit American theatres on March 9, 2018.