There has been a long-held fan theory that all of the Pixar movies are connected. Now, we have confirmation from Disney that many of the Pixar movies are connected in some way.
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On the official Toy Story Facebook page, it was revealed through a video that many the Pixar movies are connected in some way.
Many fans have spotted these connections and easter eggs, even if they were so small and quick in the Pixar movies.
Here’s a breakdown of the video posted on how Pixar movies are connected.
Riley from Inside Out is in Finding Dorey.
The memory Riley has from posing in front of a dinosaur statue is the hippy “Pet Collector” dinosaur from The Good Dinosaur.
The main dinosaur, Arlo, from The Good Dinosaur is a toy in a simulation test in Monsters Inc..
Sully from Monsters Inc. is carved into a wooden beam in Brave.
The family portrait from Brave features in Cars.
Lighting McQueen from Cars is a toy at Sunny Side in Toy Story.
Lotso is in a little girl’s room from the movie Up.
You can see Doug’s, the talking dog from Up, shadow in Ratatouille.
The Vespa driven in Ratatouille is trashed in Wall-E.
There’s a Gusteau’s in Cars called Gastow’s.
Mr. Incredible from The Incredibles appears on a kid’s magazine in the dentist’s waiting room where Nemo is in a tank.
Nemo is a toy that Boo gives to Sully in Monsters Inc..
Jessie from Toy Story is one of Boo’s toys too.
The Bug’s Life characters are in a toy store in Toy Story 2.
The Pizza Planet delivery truck is in Bug’s Life.
Disney failed to mention that the number A 113 keeps popping up in Pixar movies. The reason why so many Pixar movies contain the number A 113 has never been confirmed. It could be a reference to a classroom at the California Institute for Arts where many Disney and Pixar movies animators studied.