- Disneyland is giving Jessica Rabbit a politically correct makeover as a private investigator on Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon spin ride
- Under Park’s plan, Rabbit Who Framed Roger Rabbit would wear a trench coat and a fedora instead of the red dress he wore?
- A scene with him strapped to a car trunk has already been changed
- Disney Imagineers also plans to update the final scene of the ride and other scenes featuring Jessica Rabbit and the Weasels
- The news upset some fans on Twitter, claiming that Disney doesn’t understand her character and has overstepped its limits.
Disneyland is giving Jessica Rabbit a politically correct makeover as a private eye — her famous low-rise red dress with a trench coat and a fedora — in one of its iconic rides.
Jessica Rabbit is being revamped to be more emphatic and less-weary on Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon spin ride, yahoo news Reports, as Ride’s backstory is updated to make him a private investigator trying to fight a rise in crime.
The ride originally opened in 1994 in the Mickey’s Toontown section of the Anaheim, California theme park and featured guests catching a taxi and following Roger Rabbit and Benny the Cab as they search for Jessica Rabbit in Toontown. ran through. Inside the magic
But under the park’s plans, the ride will get a “more episodic” reboot with a new plot featuring Jessica as the private investigator wearing a trench coat.
Citing the return of Toon Patrol weasels as the main driver behind the recent sharp increase in crime figures in Mickey’s Toontown, Jessica Rabbit has determined it’s time to throw her fedora in the ring by launching her own private investigation service. has gone. The poster will read inside the revised ride.
‘Taking inspiration from longtime friend and legendary Toon Detective Eddie Valiente, Jessica shows she definitely means business.’
Jessica Rabbit, left, debuted in the 1988 film Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
The Roger Rabbit Car Toon Spin ride at Disneyland will be revamped to feature Jessica Rabbit as a private investigator instead of a female fatale.
A Car Toon spin ride scene featuring Jessica Rabbit and Weasels with an automobile, as well as the final scene of the ride being updated as planned, Orange County Register Report.
A scene showing him strapped to the trunk of a car has already been updated, one park-goer pointed out on Twitter, with the damsel in distress replaced by a barrel of cartoon-erasing paint thinner.
Jessica Rabbit first debuted in the 1988 film Who Framed Roger Rabbit, in which she is accused of murder and must turn to detective Eddie Valiant to find the killer.
The character will not be changed in the films.
Nevertheless, the news upset some fans on social media, with one person writing that Disney “doesn’t understand the concept of Jessica Rabbit,” describing her as “the healthiest character in this film” and “deliberate sabotage.” Also included is a picture described in. Female fatal trope in noir films.
Another called the move: ‘Disney is blindly saying in the objectification versus sex positivity debate that Jessica Rabbit needs to wear masculine clothes to do a masculine job and be empowered,’ while one user ‘Lukinator’ pointed out. Said: ‘PC police have hit again.’
Other users asked, ‘Why does Disney hate sexy people?’ and ‘Is it just me, or is Disney basically the slut shaming Jessica Rabbit?’
A user on Twitter noticed that Jessica Rabbit in a scene from the ride had already been replaced with a barrel of cartoon-erasing paint thinner
Some fans took to Twitter to criticize the decision
The news comes as construction continues at the park, with the new Mickey and Minnie’s Runway Railway trackless ride set to open in 2023, and several attractions since Disneyland reopened from an extended coronavirus shutdown in late April. are closed.
The park has previously redesigned some of its rides to make them politically appropriate for the 21st century.
In June, Walt Disney Parks unveiled a new Jungle Cruise ride that removed “negative portrayals of native people,” according to Yahoo News.
And last summer, the theme park vowed to completely relaunch its Splash Mountain ride—based on the controversial 1946 film Song of the South—and replace it with a ride based on the 2009 film Princess and the Frog. Replaced with, which features Disney’s first black princess.