Pixar and Warner Bros. have teamed up for a home video version of Ratatouchouille, the French animated film about a child who falls in love with a beautiful girl.
The movie will come to Blu.com in 2019 and will cost $49.99.
It will be available for $10.99 when it hits theaters on Feb. 14, 2019.
The DVD will also include the film, with a $9.99 price tag.
The two versions will be compatible with the Blu-Ray player and DVD player of your choice.
Ratatouchoul is an American film that has been released in many languages, including French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian and Korean.
In addition, the movie has been translated into more than a dozen languages, with more than 40% of the French language subtitles.
Ratatouilles story takes place in a Paris school in the 1960s.
The boy, named Hugo, is a popular student in his class, a boy named Ratatoudouille.
Hugo, however, is attracted to a girl named Ratie, who is also a popular girl in the school.
Ratie is also the girl in Ratatoux school, so Hugo goes on an adventure to find her.
In the end, Hugo finds her and falls in for an intimate affair.
This is the beginning of the story of Ratatiouille as we know it today.