Ratatouille Kitchen Calamity
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Photos: Ratatouille dark ride at Disneyland Paris

The new Ratatouille Kitchen Calamity attraction will be based on the Oscar-winning Disney/Pixar film that tells the tale of a rat named Remy who dreams of becoming a renowned French chef. (Pixar)
An artist rendering discovered by the Disney Central Plaza fan website shows the Ratatouille Kitchen Calamity attraction planned at the Walt Disney Studios theme park in France. (Disney Central Plaza)
While waiting in the Ratatouille Kitchen Calamity queue, riders are expected to be “shrunk” to the size of a rat before being chased around Paris. Above, a scene from the animated movie. (Pixar)
The new Ratatouille Kitchen Calamity attraction at the Walt Disney Studios theme park in France will be set inside Gusteau’s restaurant. Above, a scene from the animated movie. (Pixar)
Riders on the new Ratatouille Kitchen Calamity attraction at the Walt Disney Studios theme park in France likely will be chased around Gusteau’s kitchen. Above, a scene from the animated movie. (Pixar)
The villainous Chef Skinner from “Ratatouille” is expected to chase riders through Gusteau’s kitchen in the new attraction coming to Walt Disney Studios theme park in France. (Pixar)
Using local positioning technology developed for Pooh’s Hunny Hunt at Tokyo Disneyland, the Ratatouille Kitchen Calamity ride vehicles are expected to follow a trackless course and be capable of 360-degree rotation. (Theme Park Guy)
Construction plans discovered by the Disney Central Plaza fan website show an aerial perspective of the Parisian courtyard planned at the Walt Disney Studios theme park in France. (Disney Central Plaza )
Construction plans filed at government offices and discovered by the Disney Central Plaza fan website show the entrance to the Ratatouille dark ride at the Walt Disney Studios theme park in France. (Disney Central Plaza)
Construction plans discovered by the Disney Central Plaza fan website show a facade treatment that will cover an existing costuming building at the Walt Disney Studios theme park in France. (Disney Central Plaza)
The new attraction building will include a table service restaurant that is expected to be called La Ratatouille, the bistro opened by Remy and his friends at the end of the animated film. (Pixar)
Remy, the rodent hero of “Ratatouille,” has already been making appearances at Walt Disney Studios’ Rendez-vous des Stars restaurant in the form of a tiny tableside animatronic figure that is part of Walt Disney Imagineering’s Living Character initiative. (Disney)
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