Meet Ralph. New scenes from the upcoming “Wreck-it Ralph” sequel teased numerous Disney worlds colliding in one place: the Internet.Disney announced Henson’s casting during its animation panel at D23, the company’s annual fan convention in Anaheim, California. In order to save Vanellope’s (voiced by Sarah Silverman) broken game Sugar Rush, Ralph (voiced by John C. Reilly) and his plucky sidekick must venture into the internet to find the a replacement part for the game.Kristen Bell, the voice of Anna in “Frozen”, introduced the next presentation with the new holiday featurette, “Olaf’s Frozen Adventure”. They’re guarded by stormtroopers.Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 will then follow on March 9, 2018 with directors Rich Moore (Zootopia, Wreck-It Ralph, The Simpsons) and Phil Johnston (writer, Wreck-It Ralph, Zootopia, Cedar Rapids) taking Ralph out of his arcade and into the expansive universe of the internet. The movie skewers and plays with all the princess stereotypes – essentially, Disney is poking fun at itself. But soon they accept the newbie, saying they’ve got no need to be high and mighty as they’re just ordinary people – Jasmine reveals she’s allergic to cats (sorry, Rajah), Snow White tells the girls that she secretly wears glasses.Cut to all the princesses hanging out with Vanellope, slumber party style. C-3PO shows up and says he doesn’t get any respect from them, as they call him “BB-8″ and “Artoo”. What started off a little gimmicky-Ralph and his sidekick Vanellope battle pop-up ads and listicles as they invade the internet-turned into full-blown self-parody as Disney Animations weaponized its most famous product: Princesses.We’re switching to Pixar with Incredibles 2. A fun video shows a slew of models and other designers talking about the talent of the unbelievable visionary Edna Mode (watch it above). Here’s a clip, here’s a star, and here’s a new character.The original voice cast is returning, including Samuel L. Jackson as Frozone, with the exception of Dash. Toy Story 4 will be his feature directorial debut.Director John Lasseter had explained that there wouldn’t be a Toy Story 4 unless there was a story that was worth telling. Details were minimal, but Scanlon promised more at the next D23 Expo.