Win tickets to Ralph Breaks The Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2

PUBLISHED: 20:00 29 November 2018 | UPDATED: 09:35 30 November 2018

Ralph and Vanellope exploring the world wide web.

Ralph and Vanellope exploring the world wide web.


The larger than life video game character Ralph is back on the silver screen this week as he ventures through the world wide web.

Ralph and Vanellope exploring the internet.Ralph and Vanellope exploring the internet.

Ralph Breaks The Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 follows Ralph and Vanellope Von Schweetz on their latest adventure after their arcade gets connected to the web.

It has been six years since Ralph saved Sugar Rush in the original hit film and life has settled down at Litwak’s arcade.

Ralph plays the bad guy in his game and hangs out with Vanellope at night drinking root beer.

Ralph is content, but Vanellope has become bored with her role in Sugar Rush – she has unlocked every track and beaten all the competition

Ralph and Vanellope exploring the world wide web.Ralph and Vanellope exploring the world wide web.

When Ralph accidentally destroys the steering wheel for the game, they discover it is too old to be replaced, and Sugar Rush is in danger of being unplugged.

Ralph learns about the internet, where anything can be bought and traded, so the duo set off on a journey across the vast expanse of the world wide web to try to save Sugar Rush.

As they travel through the virtual metropolis, the duo have to overcome many obstables including pop-up ads, high stakes online auctions and a deadly online driving game in their quest to save Vanellope’s game.

Vanellope loves the bright, new world and finds the arcade has become too small for her, while Ralph feels as though he is being left behind.

John C Reilly and Sarah Silverman return in the long-awaited sequel to the original smash-hit film.

The Odeon in Weston has teamed up with the Mercury to offer readers the chance to win three pairs of tickets to the show.

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