`Wreck-It Ralph’ celebrates video-game nostalgia

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The actors said they don’t play video games much these days, but the film’s director does, whipping out his iPhone during a recent interview to prove the point.

“I feel really, really fortunate to have been someone who got to grow up with them,” said Moore, whose previous directing credits include “The Simpsons” and “Futurama.” So it’s an honor and a privilege to be the guy that gets to pull from one end of the timeline to this end of the timeline … to put them in a movie and put them in a story that pays tribute to all of them.”

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