By: Robert King

This Thanksgiving Disney's "Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2" uploads into theaters.

The website "Oh My Disney," which is a Disney-themed site like Buzzfeed released the trailer.

In summary Ralph and Vanellope find their way into the World Wide Web through electrical wiring, much like how they were able to travel form game to game in the first film. The arcade owner has apparently decided to expand his business and offer online gaming, or just wifi for customers to use.

Upon first entering the internet, the two encounter literal pop up ads. Another segment shows them examining an eBay auction.

Next we see Ralph and Vanellope hijacking a children's game app. If you play closer attention, you might notice a familiar face playing the game.

It appears that Ralph unintentionally 'kills' a cute cartoon bunny. This scene in the trailer serves as a hint of Ralph breaking the internet, by breaking the bunny. It is unknown how Ralph will manage to wreck the entire web as the film's title indicates. But if you saw the first movie you'll know that Ralph has the talent (is programmed) for breaking and wrecking things.

What I'm most excited for is what parts of the internet will make an appearance in the full film. How many memes and viral hits are we going to see? How is Disney going to address the darker corners of the web, if at all?

At the last D23 Expo, which is basically Disney's own Comic Con, it was announced that Disney Princesses would somehow be tied into this movie. Is the easter egg that I hinted at three paragraphs ago how we will see them? I can't wait to find out.

Disney movies never fail to be creative, and there's always plenty of things to look out for. There's so many hints and references in them that you have to watch a film multiple times just to spot them all.

"Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2" surfs into theaters on November 21.