PHOTOS - Marquee sign installed at Remy's Ratatouille Adventure

Oct 30, 2020 in "Remy's Ratatouille Adventure"

Remy's Ratatouille Adventure marquee sign

The attraction marquee sign for Remy's Ratatouille Adventure was installed yesterday above the main entrance to the ride.

According to Imagineer Zach Riddley, "this original sculpture is the result of a creative collaboration between Pixar and Imagineering artisans, and features Chef Remy surrounded by one of his favorite things - food!" The sign is decorated with hand applied gold leaf and features 200 individual light bulbs as part of the lighting package.

Along with the sign, we can also see the entrance for Single Rider, Fastpass+ and Standby.

There is still no word from Disney on when we can expect an opening, but speculation continues to suggest that Disney will wait until it can market the attraction as part of bringing guests back to Walt Disney World in 2021.

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Article Posted: Oct 30, 2020 / 10:46am ET
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lazyboy97o1 day ago

It’s supposed to be the railing of a Juliet balcony. A piece of wood painted to match the wall isn’t what those normally look like? How you are supposed to use your balconet or get to your flowers with a fixed window is another question. It’s a shame the French don’t have some sort of eponymous door they use in such situations.

_caleb2 days ago

Or close the window all the way because for some reason there’s a wall-colored panel in the way...

FeelsSoGoodToBeBad2 days ago

Those are my people. I have a black thumb and the flower box would eventually look like some sad wasteland of tears and terrors. 👻😱

Incomudro2 days ago

The people who live in that apartment don't put flowers out.

pdude812 days ago

Ladder budget cuts

HauntedPirate2 days ago

(Fake) flowers can’t grow that high up? It’s the same in the south-facing wall as well.

Prototype822 days ago

I'm going to shift some focus away from the sign discussion and ponder this: Is this driving anyone else nuts?

marni19712 days ago

It could operate if it had the staff and was finished and tested.

JustInTime2 days ago

Wait. So you mean that rides can’t operate during this pandemic while other rides are operating? (Also, the point was the punchline and I was looking for an excuse to use it. Sorry it was bad but it was mostly rhetorical).

Disney Analyst2 days ago

I’ll take Global Pandemic for 5,000.

marni19712 days ago

Because of Covid. Crewing. Unforseen circumstances. Covid. Need I go on?

JustInTime2 days ago

How is this not open yet? Can’t wait to get my charcuterie boarding pass. Lol EDIT: sorry for my failed attempted at humor. 😂

lazyboy97o2 days ago

I think believing your customers are too stupid to notice is a horrible way to run any business, especially one supposedly built around experience and service. But then there are things like the crêperie thread where people earnestly argue that how buildings look has no bearing on the theme park experience.

castlecake2.02 days ago

Yah those are hideous, I got nothing more to say about that lol