GAL HAD FUN DO­ING CAR­TOON AC­TION

Hindustan Times (Gurugram) - City - - ENTERTAINMENT -

Ac­tor Gal Gadot says that she loved work­ing on the up­com­ing an­i­mated film Ralph Breaks the In­ter­net, the se­quel to Wreck-It Ralph (2012).

“[The char­ac­ter] Shank is amaz­ing at driv­ing cars and has this bad-girl vibe to her,” Gadot says. “But as the movie goes on, you re­alise how fun, wise and warm she re­ally is on the in­side, which is what I like most about her.”

In the project, Gadot has lent her voice to the char­ac­ter of Shank, a tough and tal­ented driver in an in­tense and gritty on­line rac­ing game called Slaugh­ter Race.

Di­rected by Rich Moore and Phil John­ston, Ralph Breaks the In­ter­net brings back Ralph and his fel­low mis­fit Vanel­lope von Sch­weetz. This time, the dig­i­tal duo go on a jour­ney to ex­plore the world of the In­ter­net, where they hope to find a re­place­ment steer­ing wheel for Vanel­lope’s own rac­ing game, the ar­cade clas­sic Sugar Rush.

“Ralph and Vanel­lope are imperfect char­ac­ters,” says Academy Award-win­ning di­rec­tor Moore, who di­rected the orig­i­nal film as well. Wreck-It Ralph had an Os­car nom for Best An­i­mated Fea­ture Film in 2013, while Moore’s Zootopia won the Os­car in that cat­e­gory in 2017.

Moore added, “We love them be­cause of their flaws. Their friend­ship is so gen­uine — the chem­istry be­tween them so en­gag­ing — that I think we were all anx­ious to know more about th­ese char­ac­ters.”

[The char­ac­ter] Shank is amaz­ing at driv­ing cars and has this bad­girl vibe to her. But as the movie goes on, you re­alise how fun, wise and warm she re­ally is on the in­side, which is what I like most about her.

GAL GADOT AC­TOR

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