Para empezar fuerte, hoy se ha confirmado algo de lo que se llevaba hablando tiempo, aunque sin aportar demasiada información: una dark ride de Ratatouille en Walt Disney Studios para 2014, con una inversión de 150 millones de euros.
New Ratatouille-themed attraction
announced for Disneyland Paris in 2014
Marne-la-Vallée, 28 February 2013.
During the group’s annual shareholder meeting on 28
February, Euro Disney Chairman Philippe Gas announced plans for the continued
development of Disneyland Paris, with the addition of a new attraction based on the hit
Disney/Pixar movie Ratatouille.
‘Our new family-focused Ratatouille attraction, which is scheduled to open in 2014, symbolises all
of the creativity, innovation and emotion that guests associate with a Disneyland Paris experience,’
Set to open in Walt Disney Studios Park, the attraction is part of the group’s long-term commitment
to investing in high-quality guest experiences. That strategy has been fundamental to
strengthening the appeal of the multi-day destination, which achieved record-breaking attendance
of 16 million visits in 2012.
This unique attraction will take guests into the world of the Oscar-winning Disney/Pixar movie
Ratatouille which tells the tale of Remy – a talented young rat who dreams of becoming a
renowned French chef. Disney storytelling and state-of-the-art technology will come together in
this romantic, larger-than-life, Parisian experience.
‘By developing this new Ratatouille attraction, we continue to ensure our guests can experience
their favourite Disney stories in memorable ways that only Disney can provide,’ Gas said. ‘The
theme, which is very français, is a tribute to our capital and the unforgettable characters that make
Ratatouille the ideal choice for an attraction that fits perfectly at Disneyland Paris.’
The group also announced the extension of its 20th Anniversary celebrations until 30 September
2013. Guests now have a second chance to enjoy the festivities that include a new twist on the
award-winning ‘Disney Dreams!’ spectacular. The unforgettable show will now be enriched with
scenes from two much-loved Disney animated classics, The Lion King and Brave. In addition,
each performance will become an interactive experience when guests wear Disney Light’Ears1.
These magical Mickey ears will change colour in time with the show, making ‘Disney Dreams!’ an
even more spectacular experience for the whole family.
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