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Disney Confirms Famous Pixar “Shared Universe” Theory

You’ll never look at Pixar movies the same way ever again.

by Greg Hurdle

by Greg Hurdle

Earlier this week, a whimsical video was posted to the Pixar Toy Story page on Facebook.

The video, titled “Pixar Easter Eggs,” appears to confirm a theory that emerged between 2013 and 2014 that all of the Pixar movies released between 1995-2013 occupy a shared universe.

The video depicts Disney’s first official acknowledgment that a variety of characters are inconspicuously interspersed throughout movies like Cars, Toy Story, Up, The Incredibles, Finding Nemo, Wall-E, and more, do in fact connect and ladder up to the idea that all of the movies are part of a much larger narrative.

Check out the video and prepare to have your mind blown. 


Now get your greenery, your favorite pieces or an abundance of your favorite roll-up, and bunker down for a weekend of finding out how true this theory actually is. 


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Greg Hurdle

Greg Hurdle is a writer based in Brooklyn, NY. He's written for Mass Appeal, Green Label, and Complex Media. He aims to redefine "fire content."



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