Other updates included a new "Ratatouille" ride set for construction next to the Eiffel Tower in Epcot, naturally, as well as another "Guardians of the Galaxy" attraction in the same park. Disney executives got a glimpse of the park's potential when fans flocked to Frozen, a water ride attraction based on the hit movie, after it opened previous year.
Close by an entire host of motion picture news, Disney's D23 Expo declared some enormous changes for its amusement parks, and specifically, Epcot at Walt Disney World Resort Florida. Calling it "a game changer", Mickey and Minnie's Runaway Railway will be a ride-through attraction "that transform (s) the flat (Mickey Mouse) cartoon world" into a "dimensional experience", it said. "I'm thrilled to announce that Disney's Hotel New York - The Art of Marvel will transport our guests to the action-packed, inspiring world of superheroes including Iron Man, The Avengers, and Spider Man among others!"
For the Guardians of the Galaxy ride, it is confirmed to be completely different to California's Guardians of the Galaxy - Mission: Breakout! So far, we only have a loose concept for the attraction and know that it will be a new E-ticket experience, taking over the aged Universe of Energy ride.
Expect things to get very meta, because apparently, a young Peter Quill visited Epcot before he was whisked away from Earth. D23 uncovered that the ride will take after the Guardians as they arrive on Earth, where Rocket Raccoon takes an old photograph of Quill as the gathering researches. Don't expect it to be as high-adrenaline as Mission: Breakout!
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The live-action version, which will be shot at Pinewood Studios and Cardington Studios in England, will arrive on March 29, 2019. Niki Caro's Mulan and Jon Favreau's The Lion King are a few other live-action translations to look forward to.
Somewhere else, the Ratatouille ride which wound up noticeably well known at Disneyland Paris will likewise locate a home in Flordia. With the France area already built at Epcot, and Paris having a ride based on the Pixar entity since 2014, the Ratatouille addition seems like a logical fit.
Chapek also announced that the "closed for refurbishment" Mission: Space will re-open with a new "Green" mission, while the existing "Orange" trip to Mars will be more spectacular.
The big golf ball stays, but Epcot will be getting a "Disneyfied" makeover. There will clearly be the individuals who will censure the recreation center for moving far from its unique statement of objective, however hoping to acquire a radical new group with two of Disney's best-known elements, without a doubt this must be something to be thankful for?
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