The pirates will no be saying “We longer desires the Redhead” when you look at the Pirates for the Caribbean at Disneyland, after the ride’s auction scene undergoes an adjustment in 2018.
The Walt Disney Company plans to make modifications towards the auction scene within the classic attraction at Disneyland, Walt Disney World and Disneyland Paris within the approaching year, relating to Suzi Brown, spokeswoman for the Disneyland Resort.
As the scene has for ages been a popular of numerous Disney fans, this has sometimes been the brunt of critique for just what some thought to be a “sexist” way of females. Years back, the scene which comes following the auction scene, that used to possess pirates chasing ladies, had been changed to pirates chasing females for meals, plus one where a female had been chasing a pirate.
When asked in regards to the sexism, Brown stated in a declaration, “We think it's about time to make the web web page up to a brand new story in this scene, in keeping with the funny, adventurous nature associated with the attraction.”
When you look at the auction scene, the Redhead will end up a pirate, assisting the Auctioneer gather valuables through the townspeople to sell into the pirates.
Concept art for the revised auction scene which will debut during the early 2018 in Pirates for the Caribbean at Disneyland. (Picture courtesy, The Disneyland Resort)
Prospective brides will no longer be provided at the auction towards the pirates either, after the change is created – that will be likely to happen throughout a refurbishment associated with the attraction.