"My experience was so tremendous on this film and the animators, the designers, the story artists, the actors—I know everyone here had a good time making the film. I've talked with John and Sarah and we would all love to visit that world again and work with those characters again. We would jump at the opportunity. We're all crossing our fingers about as far as you can cross them that we get a chance to do that."This isn't the first time Moore has been vocal about making Wreck-It Ralph 2. In December, he told Moviehole that possible stories were already being discussed. Reilly added that 'some big muckety-mucks' at the studio had told him they were "talking sequel".
With Ralph's successful box office performance (its made over $368 million so far), Moore and Co. will probably have their wish come true, if it hasn't already. There is no such thing as loose talk at Disney—these 'slips' are early publicity.
I never really thought of Wreck-It Ralph being sequel material before this, mostly because the ending thankfully didn't set it up. But there are a lot of games in Litwak's Arcade—many worlds that could be explored. I want to see this happen.