Meet the Levels 2 & 3 Characters of ‘Wreck-It Ralph’

Continuing Walt Disney Pictures' big revelation of “Wreck-It Ralph's” comprehensive character guide, let's now meet the memorable players that inhabit Levels 2 (“Fix-It Felix Jr.”) and 3 (“Hero's Duty”).

“Wreck-It Ralph” takes moviegoers on a hilarious, arcade-game-hopping journey in which Ralph (voice of John C. Reilly)—tired of being overshadowed by Fix-It Felix, Jr. (voice of Jack McBrayer), the “good guy” star of their game—sets off on a quest to prove he’s got what it takes to be a hero. The film also features the voices of Jane Lynch and Sarah Silverman.


Fix-It Felix Jr.: The All-Around Good Guy. Felix is the popular star of Fix-It Felix Jr. and Niceland’s hammer-wielding maintenance man who’s beloved by all. When he is not busy fixin’ all of Ralph’s wreckin’, this gold-medal-winning good guy is being showered with kisses, praise and pies from his tenants. Hardwired for niceness, anything other than being `The Good Guy’ just doesn’t compute.

Gene: Pint-Sized Party Planner. Gene is the blocky, pint-sized leader of the Nicelanders, the window-filling victims of Ralph’s destruction in the game “Fix-It Felix Jr.” Like his fellow apartment residents in peril, Gene worships Felix and despises Ralph. In his spare time, Gene plans cocktail parties, but is always sure to leave Ralph off the guest list: To Gene, Ralph’s just a bad guy and that’s all he’ll ever be.

The Nicelanders: Apartment-Dwelling Residents in Peril. When they aren’t playing the victims in “Fix-It Felix Jr.,” the Nicelanders live to worship Felix and criticize Ralph. Responsible for baking power-boosting pies to aid the good guy’s in-game mission, the fawning fans of Felix spend their free time planning cocktail parties, but they are always sure to leave Ralph off the guest list. These blocky, pint-size window dwellers, including Gene, Roy and Mary, can’t seem to get past Ralph’s title, and the wreck-less behavior that goes with it. Nothing short of a heroic miracle could convince them to include Ralph in their lives.


Sergeant Tamora Jean Calhoun: One Mean Space Marine. In the sci-fi battle zone of “Hero’s Duty,” Sergeant Calhoun is more than just a pretty face – she is the tough-as-nails, take-charge leader who fights for humanity’s freedom. When she’s not offering in-game intel, she’s training her troops for the next attack wave. This unrelenting commander is driven by a personal vendetta and will stop at nothing to protect the player and the arcade from a virulent Cy-Bug invasion.

Cy-Bugs: Insects Gone Bad. Menacing creatures known as Cy-Bugs are a deadly threat to not only their game, “Hero’s Duty,” but the entire arcade. They know just three things: Eat, destroy and multiply. Players beware! Cy-Bugs can morph into anything they eat – from an attack buggy to an assault rifle. They do have one weakness – an attraction to bright light. (They are bugs, after all.)

General Hologram: Man with a Medal. General Hologram is the consummate soldier: He’s bold and distinguished, serious and professional. Tapped to stand sentinel over the ultimate prize in “Hero’s Duty,” the coveted Medal of Heroes, General Hologram is honored to bestow the Medal to anyone who is skilled enough to make it to the top of the 99-story tower.

Watch for the characters in Level 4 in the next few days!

Opening across the Philippines in Nov. 01 in Disney Digital 3D and regular theaters, “Wreck-It Ralph” is distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures International through Columbia Pictures.

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