The theme park has enlisted the help of the godfather of French gastronomy, Paul Bocuse, to come up with a new attraction starring Rémy, the little rat who dreams of becoming a master chef in "Ratatouille."
Scheduled to open this summer, this new attraction will be located within "Le Monde de Rémy," (The World of Rémy) a reconstructed Parisian neighborhood in the Studios Disney park.
Titled "Ratatouille: L'Aventure Totalement Toquée de Rémy", the ride will invite guests to follow the adventures of the young rat. Like the Oscar-nominated animated film, the ride will take place inside of the Parisian restaurant "Chez Gusteau". Since gourmet cuisine is at the heart of the new attraction, the ride will open alongside a new restaurant, "Le Bistrot de Rémy," where fans can savor the little chef's famous ratatouille in a jumbo setting. There will also be a souvenir shop called "Chez Marianne, Souvenirs de Paris".
Disney provided a few details on the Ratatouille attraction, noting that it will allow the character of Rémy to "combine his storytelling talents with next-generation technology." Living up to this promise, the ride will allow guests to experience the world as Rémy sees it: a few inches from the ground.