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Lacking confidence in Pinkava's story development, Pixar management replaced him with Brad Bird in 2005. He was attracted to the film because of the outlandishness of the concept and the conflict that drove it: that rats feared kitchens, yet a rat wanted to work in one. Bird was also delighted that the film could be made a highly physical comedy, with the character of Alfredo Linguini
character of Alfredo Linguini
providing endless fun for the animators. Bird rewrote the story, with a change in emphasis. He wiped out Gusteau, gave larger roles to Skinner and Colette, and also changed the appearance of the rats to be less anthropomorphic. Because Ratatouille is intended to be a romantic, lush vision of Paris, giving it more


The main character Remy is an idealistic and ambitious young rat, gifted with highly developed senses of taste and smell. Inspired by his idol, the recently deceased chef Auguste Gusteau, Remy dreams of becoming a cook himself. When an old French woman discovers Remy's colony in her house and attempts to exterminate them with a shotgun, they are forced to flee, and Remy becomes separated from his family in the panic. He ends up in the sewers of Paris and eventually finds himself at a skylight overlooking the kitchen of Gusteau's restaurant. As Remy watches through the window, a young man named Alfredo Linguini is hired as a garbage boy by Skinner, the restaurant's current owner and Gusteau's former sous-chef. When Linguini spills a pot of soup and attempts to recreate it, Remy sees that he is ruining it, and fixes his mistakes. Linguini catches Remy, but hides him when more



Patton Oswalt as Remy, a rat with heightened senses of taste of smell, enabling a talent and desire for cooking. Director Brad Bird chose Oswalt after hearing his food-related comedy routine.
Ian Holm as Chef Skinner, a diminutive chef and owner of Auguste Gusteau's restaurant. Since Gusteau's death, Skinner has used the Gusteau name to market a line of cheap microwaveable meals. Skinner's behavior, diminutive size, and body language are loosely based on Louis de Funès.
Lou Romano as Alfredo Linguini, the son of Auguste Gusteau and Renata Linguini.
Brad Garrett as Auguste Gusteau (whose first and last names are anagrams of each other). Many reviewers believe that Gusteau is inspired by real-life chef Bernard Loiseau, who committed suicide after media speculation that his flagship restaurant, La Côte d'Or, was going to be downgraded from three Michelin stars to two. La Côte d'Or was one of the restaurants visited by Brad Bird and others in France.
Janeane Garofalo as Colette Tatou, Gusteau's chef de partie, inspired by French chef Hélène Darroze.
Brian Dennehy as Django, Remy and Emile's father, and the leader of the rats.
Peter O'Toole as Anton Ego, a restaurant critic. His appearance was modeled after Louis Jouvet.
Peter Sohn as Emile, Remy's gluttonous older brother. more

Track listing

Film score by Michael Giacchino
1. "Le Festin" (performed by Camille) 2:50
2. "Welcome to Gusteau's" 0:38
3. "This Is Me" 1:41
4. "Granny Get Your Gun" 2:01
5. "100 Rat Dash" 1:47
6. "Wall Rat" 2:41
7. "Cast of Cooks" 1:41
8. "A Real Gourmet Kitchen" 4:18 more