Wreck-It Ralph Director Shares Behind The Scene Tidbits On Quora

By on November 29, 2012

Rich Moore, the director of Disney’s latest animated flick, Wreck-It Ralph, gets on Quora to answer some interesting questions about the movies. From his answers, we get to learn how his team managed to get licenses for all video-games characters appearing in the movie, the meaning of story watchdog, and his advices for aspiring film makers. I’m sure Director Moore will share more interesting insights on Quora in the coming days.

In the old days, only reporters got the opportunity to ask movie directors questions and the reporters shared the answers on mass media i.e. newspaper and magazines. Thanks to Quora (and other social media tools), ordinary mortals can now get unvarnished perspectives directly from the sources.

When Quora was launched, it became quickly known as the go-to site to discover interesting inside stories of Silicon Valley startups. The Q&A site has since extended its reach to cover a wide range of topics like food, music, sports, and travel (among others). People get to learn and understand many things on the site. For this, Quora must not die!

Questions Asked by Quorans, Answered by Director Rich Moore

Read Quote of Rich Moore’s answer to Wreck-It Ralph (2012 movie): How did Disney get all the intellectual property licenses for all the video game characters used in Wreck-It-Ralph? on Quora

Read Quote of Rich Moore’s answer to Wreck-It Ralph (2012 movie): What did Steven Markowski do as the “Story Watchdog” for Wreck-It Ralph? on Quora

Read Quote of Rich Moore’s answer to Breaking into Hollywood: What is good advice for teenagers today who want to make and direct movies? on Quora

Read Quote of Rich Moore’s answer to Wreck-It Ralph (2012 movie): Who designed the ending credits/titles in Wreck-It-Ralph? on Quora

Read Quote of Rich Moore’s answer to Wreck-It Ralph (2012 movie): What are some of the (less obvious) video game references in Wreck-It Ralph? on Quora






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