Comments for ‘Ratatouille’ ride announced for Disneyland Paris, “Glow with the Show” ear hats to debut there as “Disney Light’Ears”

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    James

    PLEASE put this in EPCOT eventually!!!

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    Mitchell

    Fits perfectly in Paris. I’m interested to see how this works out.

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    H.

    This has been known for a while, I wasn’t aware it hadn’t been officially announced until know. Surprising. I hope they bring a Ratatouille ride to EPCOT’s version of France. In my opinion, EPCOT could really use an upgrade of sorts.

    Interesting that the Light ears are going to become a part of Disney Dreams. DD is so far the best of the night-time shows I’ve seen at Disney parks so I’m curious how it will fit into the show.

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    Chaz

    This is really exciting. “Ratatouille” is not the first movie I’d think of adapting into a ride, so the fact that the Imagineers do have something in store for us makes me think it’s not going to be like anything we’ve seen before. I pray both Walt Disney World and Disneyland get their own versions of this ride some day soon.

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      EricJ

      Don’t underestimate Disney Paris: It’s not that Imagineers want a Remy ride in every park, it’s that DLP and the Studios:Paris have a native-son -obsession- with any title that depicts France or Paris in a sentimental light. And Ratatouille, the Paris-foodie film, is EVERYWHERE over there.
      (Hunchback, for ex., gets a lot more love at the Paris parks than it gets over here, they have Belle’s Castle instead of Cindy’s, and DLP was marketing The Aristocats for years before Disney ever brought it back over here, and they just couldn’t figure out why Marie the Kitten wasn’t catching on at the US parks!) 😉

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        Mark

        The castle in Disneyland Paris is Sleeping Beauty’s castle 😉

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    Stephen

    From what I’m seeing from the new concept art, the attraction looks to be a fun twist on Universal’s Spider-Man and Transformers ride concept. Personally, I think this is a really neat idea for the use of that type of technology. It could potentially be extremely stunning to experience.

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