As part of this week’s #ImagineeringFriday, we are expanding Pixar Place. The rules of the expansion state we need to create: 3 new attractions, a new table-service restaurant, a new quick-service restaurant, and a new meet and greet. I am choosing Paris from Ratatouille as the theme for the expansion. The area is going to have the Arc de Triomphe as the hub for the expansion. Off of each “mini-street” will be one of the attractions, the quick-service restaurant, and finally the meet and greet.
At the base of the Arc de Triomphe, guests will find La Ratatouille restaurant. This is the restaurant that Remy, Linguini, and Colette open at the end of the Ratatouille. The French theme will add something new to the restaurants in Hollywood Studios. Plus, it would give Remy a permanent home after he was removed from Chefs de France a couple of years ago.
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After watching the some of the newer princess movies on Disney Channel as part of their Princess Weekend, Disney, in the 21st Century, has tried to change the image of the Disney Princess. They are no longer a girl who looks to find that one true love and think that true love is going to save them from all their problems. They are more progressive, active, and, most importantly, don’t a man to save them from their problems. They can save themselves.
The 21st Century has seen four new princesses come to life: Princess Tiana (Princess and the Frog), Princess Rapunzel (Tangled), Princess Merida (Brave), and Princess Anna (Frozen). All of them have strong personalities and willing to fight for themselves instead having someone else fight for them. Let’s meet these five 21st Century Princesses:
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