Guardians of the Galaxy Attraction Coming to Epcot

Geronimo Vena
Luglio 17, 2017

A new space-themed restaurant and Mission: Space upgrades were announced for Epcot at D23 Expo 2017.At D23 Expo 2017, Imagineer Tom Fitzgerald announced that a new space-themed table service restaurant is being built in Epcot's Future World near Mission: Space, which is also being upgraded. First opened in 1982, Epcot was originally designed as a world's fair attraction, but has been criticized for looking exhausted in more recent years. Up until this point, we just have a free idea for the fascination and realize that it will be another E-ticket involvement, assuming control over the matured Universe of Energy ride.

At Disney's Hollywood Studios, Mickey and Minnie's Runaway Railway will be based on the "Mickey Mouse" cartoon shorts.

Anticipate that things will get extremely meta, in light of the fact that obviously, a youthful Peter Quill went by Epcot before he was whisked far from Earth. D23 revealed that the ride will follow the Guardians as they land on Earth, where Rocket Raccoon steals an old photo of Quill as the group begins to investigate. Try not to anticipate that it will be as high-adrenaline as Mission: Breakout!, yet affirmed to be a blend between a boring ride and a rollercoaster, it will without a doubt be a good time for the entire family.

Somewhere else, the Ratatouille ride which wound up noticeably well known at Disneyland Paris will likewise locate a home in Flordia. Coming to the World Showcase area of Epcot, the attraction will occupy a brand new space by the existing Eiffel Tower. The 2007 film of the same name following the culinary brilliance of a young rat in a fancy French restaurant, we can only imagine food will somehow be involved with the Ratatouille ride.

Chapek likewise declared that the "shut for restoration" Mission: Space will re-open with another "Green" mission, while the current "Orange" trek to Mars will be more tremendous. Elsewhere, the whole entrance to Epcot is getting an overhaul, but undoubtedly Guardians and Ratatouille are the biggest news.

Both the rides had been rumored for a while and recent construction permits seemingly confirmed the work, however, D23 gave us a closer look at what to expect from a revamped Epcot.

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