by Ryan March, Editor, Disney Vacation Club’s Disney Files Magazine
Producing a film like “Ralph Breaks the Internet” presents an intriguing challenge. How do you create a timeless version of an online world in which “ice-bucket challenges” and “Laurel vs. Yanny” debates can go from cultural obsession to ancient history in a matter of days?
“Ralph Breaks the Internet” producer Clark Spencer (“Lilo & Stich,” “Bolt,” “Winnie the Pooh,” “Wreck-It Ralph” and “Zootopia”) explains his team’s approach to that challenge in part four of my six-part conversation with the Oscar-winning filmmaker.
Look for a new clip from our conversation here on the Disney Parks Blog each Wednesday until “Ralph Breaks the Internet” opens in theaters on Nov. 21.