Ralph and Vanellope from Wreck-It Ralph are currently making appearances at Walt Disney World. Ralph is present at Disney’s Hollywood Studios‘ Magic of Disney Animation attraction and greets fans who walk through a making of exhibit in a Wreck-It Ralph themed area. Ralph and Felix also appear in an 8-bit segment of Celebrate the Magic at the Magic Kingdom. In Downtown Disney's DisneyQuest, a statue of Ralph is prominently featured, as well as a Fix-It Felix, Jr. cabinet. Ralph has since become the mascot of DisneyQuest, replacing Genie from Aladdin.
Wreck-It Ralph is the first Disney animated film to show real guns and gun violence since Atlantis: The Lost Empire, albeit the guns are portrayed as video game weapons, and are never used on “real” people they way they where used in Atlantis.
King Candy’s voice and character design in Wreck-It Ralph is modeled after Ed Wynn a popular comedian and voice artist, best known in Walt Disney films as the voice of the Mad Hatter in Alice in Wonderland and Uncle Albert in Mary Poppins.
During the time-lapse sequence near the start of Wreck-It Ralph, the audience is shown the various different arcade machines being installed and moved around as the years pass. The Sugar Rush machine is installed to the right of screen, and Vanillope can be seen on the side of the cabinet, exposing King Candy’s lies about her from the start of the movie. Vanellope can also be seen on the front of the Sugar Rush Cabinet at 21 minutes into the movie, shortly after Ralph makes the young girl lose her game in Hero’s Duty. She is the top left racer, just under the “S” in “Speedway.”