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The Deleted Ratatouille Scene You'll Only Get To See At Epcot

Pixar has achieved many notable hits during its near 30-year span. Yet perhaps, Pixar's most underrated offering is the 2007 movie "Ratatouille." Fans seem to think the tale of a Parisian rat named Remy who dreams of becoming a chef doesn't get near enough praise or recognition like "Toy Story" or "Up." But with a 96% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes and, via the New York Times, a No. 1 box office premiere to its credit, it's hard to deny just how good the animated movie is, despite its misjudged status.

Yet, the movie will also be receiving some much-deserved love from Disney thanks to an upcoming 3D ride. Per the official Disney Parks Blog, on October 1, 2021, Disney World's Epcot will open Remy's Ratatouille Adventure. The attraction will make fans feel as if they've shrunk to the size of Remy and then put them on an adventure through Gusteau's restaurant. Remy's Ratatouille Adventure is already featured at Disneyland Paris, as per Food and Wine, opening at the park in 2014. However, there's one key difference that sets up the upcoming Epcot version in comparison to its older sibling. The new Remy's Ratatouille Adventure will feature a deleted scene cut from the movie.

This deleted scene can only be experienced at Disney World

Via Inside the Magic, when walking toward the Epcot attraction, guests will also be walking inside a pavilion structure "based on an old Parisian marketplace." As Disney Imagineering Creative Executive Tom Fitzgerald noted during the D23 Epcot – The Magic of Possibility event, the entrance is not only different from its Disneyland Paris counterpart, but it serves as a transition from real-life Paris to the romanticized style of the city featured in "Ratatouille." Yet as "Ratatouille" production designer Harley Jessup mentioned during the event, the old Parisian marketplace entrance is also a deleted scene come to life.

"I like that in the new attraction, you [Fitzgerald] included something we wanted to get in the film ... the sort of marketplace pavilion ... that iron structure that is based on the old Parisian marketplace," Jessup said. "We had a scene like that in the film, and it got cut, but now to see that full size in Epcot is amazing."

We're used to combing through the Blu-ray and DVD extras to watch deleted scenes. Instead, leave it to Disney to give us a chance to actually experience one.