The song, written by Alan Menkenm, co-director Phil Johnston and music producer Tom MacDougall, is a hilarious optimistic ode to the ultra-violent video game that V decides to recall after disconnecting his old game.
EWThe clip gives you only a small preview of the song, but if you want to listen to all the music, we have also integrated the YouTube video.
In addition, do not forget to take a look at our recap of CBM's top cameos and references, video games and pop culture from the sequel. If you have not seen Ralph breaks the Internet again, SPOILERS to follow.
Sonic the hedgehog
The zesty Erinaceinae appeared briefly in the first film, but he has a little more to do this time.
When the Internet is plugged in for the first time, Sonic explains exactly what it is to Ralph and Vanellope, a bit puzzled. Then, towards the end, he joins Ralph at the Zangief Reading Club.
The Street Fighter gang
Speaking of the red cyclone, he also introduces himself with the other fighters on Chun-Li Street, Bison, Ken and Ryu.
Some Capcom characters may not have been allowed to use for some reason, but it would have been nice to see some new faces of the iconic video game here.
Baby Groot And Iron Man
As previously stated, Baby Groot – once again voiced by Vin Diesel – makes an appearance in one of the funniest scenes of the film when Vanellope interrupts a Marvel Q & A session at Oh My Disney, where Groot responds to questions from the crowd.
When she is warned to have jumped the waiting line, V informs them that all the responses of the small extraterrestrial tree will be shocking, anyway.
In the same scene, we also briefly see Iron Man show off for some kids.
Yes, the late Stan "The Man" Lee also makes an appearance in the form of The Generalissimo's avatar, who participates in the party at Oh My Disney.
We only see it very briefly when accidentally hits it, but it still counts as Lee's first posthumous cameo – or at least, its resemblance. There was a lot of "awwwwws" during my screening.
Earlier in the film, Ralph and V head for the Tron arcade game to make a racing spot, and we take a look at the now iconic virtual world and its cycles of light. Tron himself does not show up, but he gets a mention.
Unfortunately, the game has a small problem and the pair is trapped temporarily. This plays into the plot later, when Ralph decides to use a virus to slow down the Slaughter Race game.
Stormtroopers and C-3PO
There are some nice little ones Star wars nod Ralph breaks the Internet, including glimpses of a Tie-Fighter, an X-Wing and the Millennium Falcon, but the highlight is undoubtedly a squad of Stormtroopers in pursuit of Vanellope when they catch it without a license in Oh My Disney .
Then, once V finds refuge with the princesses, C-3PO introduces herself to give the ladies a look for their next performance.
Most of you have probably already seen the main V movie and Disney princesses, but this hilarious sequence is not the only time the royal movie is presented.
The princesses actually form a Avengersstyle-style towards the end of the film, and use their "super powers" to save Ralph from the massive personification of his insecurities.
Grand Theft Auto
Not a character, exactly, but the Slaughter Race video game where Ralph and V meet Gal Gadot's Shank is basically the version of this movie from Grant Theft Auto… only even more dangerous and nihilistic.
This is not the kind of place you would like to fall in love with a sweet candy, but that is the place where Vanellope chose to settle in, at Ralph's big damn.
Finally, we have everyone's favorite (no?) Winnie the Pooh character, Eeyore.
When Vanellope arrives for the first time at Disney, she is dismayed by her surroundings and mentions that the cartoon characters give her "want to make fun". Eeyore is sitting right next to her and, as you can imagine, is an exception to the rule.
That's about it! Tell us, have you ever seen Ralph Breaks on the internet? If so, have we forgotten one of the main cameos here? Leave us a comment in the usual place.