WATCH: Disney confirms all Pixar films are interlinked
For years, many fans have suspected that several Disney animated flicks are interconnected. Disney has lowered raised eyebrows, releasing a video on Monday that confirmed this suspicion.
The short video distinguishes all the “Easter eggs” that linked its films together. “Oh, my spurs! You ain’t never seen Easter eggs like these, partner,” it captioned the clip posted on Toy Story‘s Facebook page.
In the video, one finds out that Riley, the emotional girl from the 2015 film “Inside Out,” once appeared in the film “Finding Dory.” The “Inside Out” good dinosaur was also featured in the film “Monsters Inc.”
Sully from “Monsters Inc.” has a carved mosaic that appeared in “Brave.” Meanwhile, Lightning McQueen from the “Cars” franchise did reincarnate as a toy model in “Toy Story 3,” and the film’s purple bear also appeared in the 2009 film “Up.”
The motorbike sighted in “Ratatouille” became damaged waste in “Wall-E” while Gusteau’s restaurant from “Ratatouille” appears in “Cars” as Gastow’s. Doc Hudson, the navy-blue vehicle from the “Cars” saga, suddenly pops out in “The Incredibles.”
A character from “Finding Nemo” is seen reading an “Incredibles” book, while Nemo and Jessie from “Toy Story” happen to be Boo’s treasured toys in “Monster Inc.” Flik from “A Bug’s Life” is also featured as a toy in “Toy Story” which also features a Pizza Planet truck akin to some Disney films.
The clip, which has been streamed 4.9 million times as of this writing, proves that Disney films happened in the same universe and under one roof. Gianna Francesca Catolico
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