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LOOK: Scarlet Snow interviews ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ directors

By: - Reporter
/ 10:05 AM October 04, 2018

Three-year-old Scarlet Snow Belo proved to be influential after interviewing ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ directors Rich Moore and Phil Johnston.

A sneak peek of little Scarlet’s interview with the renowned directors was shared in an Instagram video posted on Wednesday, Oct. 10.

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Scarlet asked what lessons the viewers can learn from the upcoming movie and ‘Zootopia’ screenwriter Johnston said it’s about getting along with friends despite “not thinking about things the same way.”

“It’s about learning to accept the differences you have between you and your friends and learning to change as your friendships grow,” he added.

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In another post from Scarlet’s Instagram, the caption wrote “They explained to me how they imagined the internet world for the @wreckitralph movie. I don’t understand the internet yet. I just know I need it to watch videos on Mommy’s iPad and that sometimes it’s slow.”

Scarlet, together with parents and celebrity doctors Hayden Kho and Vicky Belo, recently flew to Los Angeles, California to visit the Walt Disney Animation Studios.

‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ will open in theaters on November 21. /cbb

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