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Six years after Wreck-It Ralph and Vanellope von Schweetz became friends in the first Wreck-It Ralph film, Disney released a trailer for the sequel that shows the two journeying into the depths of the Internet to find a part to repair Vanellope’s video game.

While there, they encounter massive Amazon distribution centers, social media, and a human version of an auto-fill search bar that tries to complete your sentences. When Vanellope asks the search bar to take them to a website “that’s super intense and really nuts,” she and Ralph are transported to a Disney site filled with Disney princesses and cartoons like Eeyore and stormtroopers, which start to chase Vanellope and force her to go to a restricted room.

Now, unlike the scary restricted section in Harry Potter, this restricted room is filled with most of the princesses, but Vanellope’s not a fan of them. But you can’t blame her because Cinderella basically turned her glass slipper into a shank the second Vanellope entered the room. Luckily, Vanellope isn’t attacked by the princesses and they bond over how people think all of her problems are solved because a man showed up.

“Do people assume all your problems got solved because a big strong man showed up?” Rapunzel asked Vanellope.

Agreeing, Vanellope asked, “What is up with that?”

Then, all of the princesses shout, “She is a princess!”

Based on that criteria and commentary, Vanellope is kind of a princess and our favorite princesses just became a whole lot cooler. The princesses are also refreshingly hyper aware of their messed up situations, which being held hostage (Belle) and being poisoned (Snow White).

The trailer is so cute and, dare I say, a funny commentary on Internet culture, as evidenced by the whole “break the Internet” versus “wreck the Internet” conversation that Wreck-It Ralph and Vanellope have.

Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2 comes out in November. Get excited!

This article originally appeared on Cosmopolitan.

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