New Pixar video shows how all of its movies are connected

Pixar reveals Easter eggs hidden in Inside Out, Cars, Brave, more

Toy Story (Pixar)

KNOXVILLE (WATE) – Pixar movies are known for their “Easter eggs.”

These are joke or references cleverly hidden in a scene. For example, many fans point out a Pizza Planet truck appears in almost ever Pixar movie.

For those “Easter eggs” that are more difficult to spot, Disney released a video on the official Toy Story Facebook page, revealing where you can see hidden Easter eggs in favorites like “Inside Out,” “Cars” and “Ratatouille.”

In Pixar’s “Finding Dory,” Riley Anderson, the main character in “Inside Out” can be seen on the other side of the glass when she is captured and put in a California aquarium.

In the movie Inside Out, one of Riley Anderson’s memories involves a family photo next to a giant dinosaur statue on the side of the road. The statue is of Forrest Woodbrush, a Styracosaurus in the Pixar Movie “The Good Dinosaurs.”

Arlo, the dinosaur that appears in the same scene also makes a camio in one of the “Monster Inc.” films. A toy Arlo can be seen in one of the scare simulators at Monsters University.

Sulley, one of the top scarers in the Monsters Inc. can be seen in a wood carving in the movie Brave.

(Pixar)
(Pixar)

Lightning McQueen from “Cars” is a toy on the floor during a scene at Sunnyside Daycare in Toy Story 3. Lots-O’-Huggin’ Bear, which is in the same scene of Toy Story 3 is on the floor in a scene from Pixar’s “Up.”

In the Pixar movie “Wall-E,” the motorcycle Chef Skinner rides in “Ratatouille” is in a large pile of junk Wall-E picks through at the beginning of the film.

Watch the video for yourself below to catch more references:

(Click here to watch on the WATE 6 On Your Side News app)

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