Wreck-It Ralph is a 2012 animated Disney film about Wreck-It Ralph, villain of the arcade game Fix-It Felix Jr., who searches for respect and admiration within his video game world. The movie was followed with a sequel in 2018, Ralph Breaks the Internet.
- In the web series Disney Drive-On with The Muppets (produced in 2012 but released in 2014), a Fix-It Felix Jr. game adorns the Muppets' production office. It appears briefly in the theme song, and in the first episode, Walter blatantly remarks "Oh cool, it's that game from Wreck-It Ralph" when he sees a dog playing it. In the second episode, Big Mean Carl has a go, although he seems to be playing from the perspective of Ralph (muttering "Wreck it, wreck it!")
- When King Candy enters the Sugar Rush game code, he searches for Ralph's medal among the other character's coins. As he does so, he says to himself, "One of these things is not like the others."
- A sequence in the sequel Ralph Breaks the Internet takes place at the inner-workings of the Disney blog site Oh My Disney. A Muppets booth, featuring Kermit's head and the The Muppet Show logo, is prominently seen in the area. A projection of Beaker is also seen as Vanellope flees from a pack of Stormtroopers.
- Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel reprised their respective Frozen roles of Anna and Elsa in Ralph Breaks the Internet
- Bob Bergen provided additional voices
- Sandy Fox provided additional voices
- Bill Hader voiced Spamley in Ralph Breaks the Internet
- Taraji P. Henson voiced Yesss in Ralph Breaks the Internet
- Mindy Kaling voiced Taffyta Muttonfudge in Wreck-It Ralph
- Jane Lynch voiced Sergeant Tamora Jean Calhoun
- Mona Marshall provided additional voices
- Jack McBrayer voiced Fix-It Felix Jr.
- Edie McClurg voiced Mary
- Alan Menken wrote the music for "A Place Called Slaughter Race" for Ralph Breaks the Internet
- Imagine Dragons performed "Zero" in Ralph Breaks the Internet
- Laraine Newman provided additional voices
- Ed O'Neill voiced Mr. Litwak
- Horatio Sanz voiced Duncan
- Sarah Silverman voiced Vanellope von Schweetz
- Kirk Thatcher directed Olympic-themed TV spots for the film