I keep forgetting to mention the hall display near the entrance inside Disney's Hat Building ....
They've got thirty or forty feet of Wreck-It Ralph artwork and videos, also character designs from the movie. As evidenced from the poster above, the feature has some witty graphics. You know, "Donkey Kong" kind of stuff, all those low-rez, eight-bit visuals that dominated mall arcades and pizza joints in the 1970s and early 1980s, embedded in glowing cathode ray tubes.
Which the poster above emphasizes. (But it's a lot more than that.)
Disney's been hiring more crew to work on the feature, what with its compressed schedule and all, and the buzz around the shop is good. Everyone (at least, everyone I talk to) think it's a winner.
Best part for me is, the place has a lot of shows in development, lots of directors assigned to stuff, and projects are getting go-aheads for further work. At last. This is in contrast to a couple of years ago when development was a lot thinner.
It's going to be interesting to see whether it's Wreck-It Ralph or Brave that gets the loudest critical hossanahs (and biggest box-office) when they're released in summer and fall.