PHOTOS - A birds-eye view of Ratatouille construction at Epcot

Oct 04, 2018 in "Remy's Ratatouille Adventure"

Ratatouille aerial construction pictures - September 2018

Here is the latest from the construction site of Ratatouille in Epcot's World Showcase.

The ride, based on the popular attraction found at Disneyland Paris is still some way off from its Walt Disney World debut, with current estimates of a Spring 2020 opening.

Aerial photos for WDWMAGIC by Colin Chardavoyne @cchard.

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Article Posted: Oct 04, 2018 / 8:14am ET
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Ldno28 minutes ago

Canadian? Awwww the irony they set it France hahaha Canada’s a Pavilion away lolol

Disney Analyst32 minutes ago

It's already confirmed directly from Disney that the ride is bilingual. All aspects of the ride are in both English and French. If anything this is actually the most Canadian ride Disney has built... We are very used to a French and English mix, where they say all the same things in both languages and just alternate.

Ldno35 minutes ago

I think the ride will be English, given how rides like beauty and the beast are translated into their native language, same with pirates of the Caribbean in shanghai, I noticed every ride in their native parks use their language, so I’m sure this one will be english when it’s all said and done I think. If it’s French the better anyways, I like to polish my French a little bit hehe

TiggerDad1 hour ago

For those who don't want until next year for the ride, there's always Ratatouille the Musical: Yes, my daughter told me about it; I don't do TikTok.

mandstaft1 hour ago

The expansion as a whole is looking very nice with much more detail than I expected.

marni19713 hours ago

Nothing I’ve seen showed the restaurant. It certainly wouldn’t fit in Orlando in the same configuration. But the pavilion already has a range of eateries. In Paris it was the first true TSR for the park.

mattpeto3 hours ago

Do you know if they ever considered the restaurant? And could they add the restaurant in the future?

Sir_Cliff3 hours ago

Did the use of words and phrases in Spanish also diminish audiences' enjoyment of Pixar's Coco? Having been on the ride in Paris, it seems fairly analogous to me. You may not understand every line of Proud Corazón, for example, but I think everyone gets the gist and the use of Spanish adds to rather than subtracts from the song by grounding it in the culture being represented.

rle4lunch4 hours ago

oui oui... uh hu hu hu huh (whilst sticking my nose up in the air) that's me french i learned from the movie.

wdrive4 hours ago

As others have said, the language isn’t a big deal on this. You’re a rat in a French restaurant. Having ridden it multiple times in Paris the story is easy enough to follow whether you know English, French or any other language. There isn’t a huge amount of dialogue. Remember it was designed for Paris, I’d say easily the park with the biggest variation in languages by guests.

Magicart876 hours ago

Just making sure. Thanks!

marni19716 hours ago

It will. It’s WDSP with the restaurant ripped off.

MisterPenguin6 hours ago

An umbrella stand for squirrels waiting to raid the prams.

gerarar6 hours ago

A wild structure has appeared! ;) Just in case you didn’t know, we already knew a merchandise booth/cart was coming from permits and plans that were public a while ago.. A new thingy appeared in the stroller parking(?) area: The gate that leads backstage has been painted to give it a old rustic worn out look: 515291 All pictures are credited and come from site that shall not be named..