Watch your step, man. You almost walked in (pixelated) dog poop.
The film, which is scheduled for release in the United Kingdom on Feb. 8, is about an arcade video game villain, Ralph, who rebels against his "bad guy" status to become a hero.
Reddit user robynkendal uploaded early images of the street on Saturday. The pictures show basic street elements such as pigeons, trees, taxi cabs and dogs, arranged as life-sized pixelated objects. One shows a giant poster, with Ralph's mugshot, overlooking the street with the phrase "Loading In Cinemas."
Disney tweeted out a link on Monday to a virtual tour of the whole set-up:
Disney Movies UK (@DisneyMoviesUK) January 14, 2013
Reception of 8-Bit was positive across Twitter, with many fans referring to the street as a "stroll through a video game":
Ian Chant (@ianchant) January 14, 2013
Ben Frith (@lookitsben) January 14, 2013
Total Film (@totalfilm) January 11, 2013
Wreck-It Ralph was nominated for a Golden Globe and an Academy Award, both under the category Best Animated Feature Film. It lost to Brave at the Golden Globes on Sunday; the Oscars air Feb. 24. The film was released in the U.S. on Nov. 2, 2012. It stars John C. Reilly, Jack McBrayer, Sarah Silverman and Jane Lynch.
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Image courtesy of Reddit, robynkendal