Ralph and Vanellope are back in an all-new, extremely online adventure, and they’re leaving an epic upload of prizes on their digital trail.
In search of what lies beyond their humble arcade, Wreck-It Ralph and Vanellope von Schweetz are logging on and letting loose in the wide open space of the world wide web, and you can pre-order Ralph Breaks the Internet now to get the cyberspace sequel in up to 4K+UHD this Tuesday 2/12.
In celebration of this momentous misadventure, we’ve compiled a click-worthy compendium of Ralph Breaks the Internet collectibles for Vudu fans of all ages.
Like the movie itself, this giveaway will take us all over the net, stopping off at various waypoints on Ralph and Vanellope’s cross-platform quest.
Our first stop is right here on the Vudu blog with Litwak’s Family Fun Center and Arcade, and what better way to commemorate Ralph’s home sweet home than with Funko! Pop figures of the big man himself, signed by the cast of Ralph Breaks the Internet?
To earn one of these top-notch trophies, we want you to let us know your all-time favorite video game (no bonus points for saying Wreck-It Ralph). Enter your response here and you could be one of four lucky winners to take home a Pop.
There’s more leveled-up loot where that came from. If you want the best chance at snagging some yourself, follow @Vudufans on all of our social media and check the following accounts on the corresponding days as we keep the pixelated party going:
He shouted in the street, burned through the sky, and got right out of here. Freddie Mercury changed the world of music and left a trail of imitators in his wake, and Bohemian Rhapsody is the fantastic fable behind the super star.
Watch this exclusive clip to hear the film’s stars describe recreating one of rock and roll’s most legendary acts, and watch Bohemian Rhapsody in up to 4K+UHD today.
Part man, part alien symbiote, all-around anti-hero. Venom is the antidote to the common superhero movie, and he’s ready to ooze his way onto your wall.
To score one of the sweet, sold-out Venom Mondo posters pictured above, all you need to do is rate Venom on the movie page to let us know how much you enjoyed the freaky, fun-filled thrill ride. If you haven’t seen Venom in all its symbiotic glory, you can get it in 4K+UHD for just $14.99 this week on Vudu.
Once you’ve left a rating, you’ll be automatically entered to win 1 of 2 limited edition posters brought to slobbering, nightmare-fueling life by illustrator Matt Ryan Tobin. The contest runs from today through 2/11, so act now to secure your chance at some collectible carnage.
Thieves, mutants, forgers, and scoundrels of all sorts populate the twisty new tales available this week.
This isn’t your granddad’s Robin Hood. Taron Egerton’s mouthy marauder is ready to let fly from his quiver of quips, arrows, and schemes on the road to giving the dastardly Sheriff of Nottingham what for.
What happens when the enemy you know becomes something unknowable? When American paratroopers discover a Nazi encampment that’s more than meets the eye, a routine mission becomes the stuff of cinematic nightmares in Overlord.
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It’s not easy being green. Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch is in a foul yuletide mood, and he’s taking out on the residents of Whoville in a whimsical romp for the whole family.
The Widows are skilled, savvy, and ready to pull off the ultimate heist in the wake of their late husbands’ demise, but two mobster brothers aren’t going to make it easy. Watch the clip above to see how Daniel Kaluuya brought the intimidating enforcer Jatemme to life.
They may not be the best in the hitman business, but The Sisters Brothers always have each others’ back. Watch this exclusive clip to see how John C. Reilly brought multitudes to Eli the contemplative killer.
Fans of musicals, action dramas, and off-the-wall comedy will all find something to love in this week’s batch of new releases.
Beat-down boy meets talented but overlooked girl, and together they vow to make her a once-in-a-generation star. Filled with triumph, trouble, and tears, Bradley Cooper’s star-studded remake of the 1937 classic A Star is Born is a crowd-pleasing star turn for Cooper and Lady Gaga.
War makes strange bedfellows, and none could be stranger than the US and Soviet forces united to stop a military coup and all-out war in the fast and furious Hunter Killer.
Guess who’s ready to settle down. Scene-stealing, samurai-swording super-something Deadpool is back in action, and this time everyone can get in on the mayhem. The totally re-cut, PG-13 Once Upon a Deadpool is fun for the whole fam, with new footage, Fred Savage, and much, much, more.
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Just when you thought it was safe to go back to Haddonfield. Michael Myers is headed back to his old stomping grounds for one hell of a reunion, but an all-grown-up Laurie Strode has been waiting to show him the ultimate Halloween.
Heeeeere’s Slappy. The demonic dummy is ready to make some new friends, and he’s bringing his whole crew of terrifying tricks and treats (including some living gummi bears) along for the ride in Goosebumps 2.
When you’re an infamous bank robber and prison breaker, retirement doesn’t come easy. Watch this exclusive clip to see how Robert Redford and Sissy Spacek brought the characters of The Old Man and the Gun to life.