It's not easy being a villain, especially when you're an 8-bit one like poor Ralph is in 'Wreck-It Ralph.' How would you like it if you spent your days having to destroy an 8-bit town only for Fix-It Felix to hog up all the fame and glory? You wouldn't like it one bit, and Ralph doesn't either.
In 'Wreck-It Ralph,' we follow the tiny character as he continues to go on, day by day, destroying the video game buildings while Fix-It Felix Jr., the same name of the video game they're a part of, saves the day over and over again. After decades of enduring this, Ralph decides that it's high time he shows everyone that he's capable of being a good person as he travels to different video games in order to prove that he actually can be a hero.
Rich Moore directs the cute, comedic animated movie with a voice cast that includes John C. Reilly, Jack McBrayer, Sarah Silverman and Jane Lynch. 'Wreck-It Ralph' will be arriving in theaters on November 2, 2012.
The best thing about the poster, which you'll be able to see below thanks to The Hitlist, is just how incredibly simple it is. We're used to seeing the lead character's fast sprawled across a poster, but not the way they did it with 'Wreck-It Ralph.' You'll see what we mean once you look at it.