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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jaxonp9 hours ago

i said all this a few pages back... the ignorance of many Americans is disgusting.

Giss Neric1 day ago

When the ride officially opens, they should just perform this TikTok musical instead of Chapek speaking.

MisterPenguin3 days ago

Giss Neric4 days ago

Yup, they are just doing what's best cause all eyes are on them. They don't want this issue to happen again for sure.

SoFloMagic4 days ago

I think theyre just setting a good example. "but that guy on youtube was in epcot with no mask" and such

Lil Copter Cap4 days ago

6ft is the minimum requirement with masks on. Without a mask, upwards of 30 feet is necessary.

EricsBiscuit4 days ago

They’re 6 ft from the camera at least right?

marni19714 days ago

Think of the half dozen people behind the camera.

nickys5 days ago

It doesn’t bother me at all. I don’t see it matters unless their voice is muffled (in which case I suspect they’d re-record it). In years to come people will know exactly when the video was recorded, just like photos taken now.

EricsBiscuit5 days ago

Wish they’d do the videos without the masks on. They’re social distancing. I get why they don’t though. They probably don’t want people to think they can take pics wo it. In any case, I love when they release these behind the scenes videos!

HauntedPirate5 days ago

I will disagree that the courtyard in Epcot looks grander and more impressive than the one at WDSP, from what I’ve seen of both in person (or at least from pictures and from the Skyliner, in Epcot’s case).

marni19715 days ago

Anything that can disturb / push air around is considered a risk.

SoFloMagic5 days ago

No, but feeling a wet mask isn't pleasant.

SoFloMagic5 days ago

I've never ridden it pre-covid, but I rode it 4 separate times when it was a walk-on when the parks first re-opened and never got sprayed