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Disney Confirms Famous Pixar “Shared Universe” Theory

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Greg Hurdle
Jan 20, 2017
Disney Confirms Famous Pixar “Shared Universe” Theory
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You’ll never look at Pixar movies the same way ever again.

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. 


Greg Hurdle
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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Disney Confirms Famous Pixar “Shared Universe” Theory

CULTURE
Greg Hurdle
Jan 20, 2017
Share this article!
Disney Confirms Famous Pixar “Shared Universe” Theory

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

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. 


Greg Hurdle
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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