Scrat enters the Grévin Museum!
The world’s most famous squirrel, the prehistoric megastar, Scrat enters the Grévin together with his personal “Holy Grail”, his everlasting obsession, the source of his cascade of disastrous adventures: his acorn.
Scrat is one of the heroes of the Ice Age Twentieth Century Fox film saga, with characters designed and drawn by Peter de Sève. Originally intended as one of the peripheral characters of the film series, the sabre-toothed squirrel soon became one of the eventful plot’s principal protagonists.
Jean-Jacques Launier from the Arludik Gallery, aided and abetted by artists Peter de Sève, the character designer and illustrator, and Mike Defeo, sculptor and 3D designer played a major role in the creation of this new Grévin scene, inspired by the drawings of the glacier. For a totally memorable encounter, the Grévin workshops succeeded in animating the character and making him come alive: Scrat scrabbles away for his nutty prize ceaselessly, to the sound of desperate squeaks!
All the Ice Age fans, young or not so young, will be able to have their picture taken in the Grévin scene - for a unique souvenir photo.
Scrat, the Ice Age mascot is joining the 250 other superstars in the Grévin: Brad Pitt, Franck Dubosc, Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson, Mozart...
In 2012, the Grévin Museum on the Parisian Grands Boulevards, created in 1882, is celebrating 130 years of legendary recreational achievement.