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  • [Question] Ratatouille Land in California Adventure Park

    Have you heared about new land for California Adventure? I've seen this information in Wiki: Walt Disney Imagineering - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. I don't think that it is only rumor, but havent find any info about this progect in the Internet. You know that dark ride with Hunny Hunt system "Ratatouille: Kitchen Calamity" is planed to be open in Walt Disney Studios Park in 2014. So, where it will be located and what do you think about it? Click image for larger version

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    I don't think its coming to dca first it has nothing to do with California second no area will fit theme wise in dca

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    • #3
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      Ya that's what I said
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      • #4
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        Ditto to the statement that it has nothing to do with California. I can't imagine a land based on Ratatouille in the park.

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          Ratatouille Land? Do you mean France?

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          • #6
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            I mean I'd love a ride if they made a westcot here in CA but besides that the a land/ride does not fit in DCA or Disneyland
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            • #7
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              I don't really put much stock into this. There is no footnote to reference to a source on that Wikipedia listing, so it is probably just speculation at this point. There really is no place that it would fit in CA.
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                I thought it was supposed to be "Home on the Range" land... :blink:





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                  I don't believe this one bit. Firstly, the info came from Wikipedia. I don't need to say any more. Secondly, Ratatouille has nothing to do with California, as others have stated already. Thirdly, no land in the park would thematically fit an attraction based on Ratatouille.
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                  • #10
                    Re: Ratatouille Land in California Adventure Park

                    Ratatouille is a great movie but it doesn't deserve its own "land." From what it appears a land is at least 2-3 attractions pertaining to the theme along with restaurants. A ride would be cool and all, but I see a Ratatouille themed restaurant as something with more potential.

                    I also agree that it doesn't belong in DCA. This would be better to maybe integrate something into France's world showcase in Epcot at WDW. Either that or into Fantasyland in either Disneyland or WDW.
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                      Where exactly is "Walt Disney Studios Park"? Kinda hard to put a whole land in a park that, as far as I know, doesn't even exist anywhere around DLR, let-alone DCA.

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                        Well, it says so on Wikipedia...

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                          Originally posted by MactheMan View Post
                          Well, it says so on Wikipedia...
                          Dang! You're right! I stand corrected...except I am sitting.

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                            I'd much rather see "Gusteau's Restaurant" in Pacific Wharf, with a meet and greet in front.

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                            Originally posted by MactheMan View Post
                            Well, it says so on Wikipedia...
                            Anyone can edit Wikipedia. I can go in right now and say that a dragon land is coming to DCA and people would believe it.

                            In fact, I just took it out of Wikipedia, since there's no strong rumor or confirmation it's coming.
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                            • #15
                              Re: Ratatouille Land in California Adventure Park

                              I think Goofy Daddy got the sarcasm, but I'm not too sure you did...

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                                Originally posted by MactheMan View Post
                                I think Goofy Daddy got the sarcasm, but I'm not too sure you did...
                                Sorry, sarcasm doesn't travel over the internet unless it's in an exaggerated form.
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                                • #17
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                                  Gusteau's wouldn't even work in Pacific Wharf, imo. Adding a French-themed restaurant in the middle of a California bay/pier themed area is really awkward.
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                                    Originally posted by DrFink View Post
                                    Gusteau's wouldn't even work in Pacific Wharf, imo. Adding a French-themed restaurant in the middle of a California bay/pier themed area is really awkward.
                                    Not really. As a Bay Area native, Cannery Row and Pier 39 have a wide variety of restaurants, including French.
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                                      Re: Ratatouille Land in California Adventure Park

                                      I also agree that it doesn't belong in DCA. This would be better to maybe integrate something into France's world showcase in Epcot at WDW. Either that or into Fantasyland in either Disneyland or WDW.
                                      They've already done this! Remy is found in one of the restaurants.

                                      Where exactly is "Walt Disney Studios Park"? Kinda hard to put a whole land in a park that, as far as I know, doesn't even exist anywhere around DLR, let-alone DCA.
                                      It's in Disneyland Paris Resort.

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                                      • #20
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                                        Originally posted by ohmyjustin View Post
                                        Ratatouille Land? Do you mean France?
                                        Originally posted by JerrodDRagon View Post
                                        I mean I'd love a ride if they made a westcot here in CA but besides that the a land/ride does not fit in DCA or Disneyland
                                        Originally posted by DrFink View Post
                                        I also agree that it doesn't belong in DCA. This would be better to maybe integrate something into France's world showcase in Epcot at WDW. Either that or into Fantasyland in either Disneyland or WDW.
                                        I'd expect a clone for France in Epcot, that park needs more rides in World Showcase, and a mild dark ride would be a nice addition.

                                        Originally posted by Goofy Daddy View Post
                                        Where exactly is "Walt Disney Studios Park"? Kinda hard to put a whole land in a park that, as far as I know, doesn't even exist anywhere around DLR, let-alone DCA.
                                        It's the Disney Hollywood Studios park at Disneyland Paris.
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