8 Easter Eggs You May Have Missed In Pixar's Luca

Summer wouldn't be complete without "Luca," a new Disney Pixar film. It follows Luca, who is a monster disguised as a human, and his new friend Alberto, who is also a sea monster. The two monsters make the decision to flee and tour the world. The film is set in Liguria and features a lovely representation of Italian culture.
Disney films are famed for their "hidden Mickeys". Enrico Casarosa, the film's director, has revealed that Luca is full of luca easter eggs that are "very well hidden,". But maybe it is not discreet enough for fans as it is included in this list.
Here are all of the known Disney and Pixar Easter eggs found in Luca. How many details did you discover? Let us know in the comment below. If you haven't found any details yet, you can try by rewatching the movie.

#1 Pizza Planet has a location in Italy

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Pixar's Toy Story included Pizza Planet for the first time. Since then, the diner has appeared in a number of more Pixar films. In most movies, it's the delivery truck that makes an appearance.
Luca does not have the same type of vehicle as the newer Pixar films because it is set decades before they were made. However, in the streets of Portorosso, the rocketship that serves as the Pizza Planet emblem can be seen on the top of the truck.

#2 The Luxo Ball

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Luxo Jr. is the Pixar mascot, squishing the "I" in Pixar at the beginning of every Pixar film. The original Luxo ball may be seen on a rooftop as Luca is overtaking other racers during the Portorosso Cup, and it is a frequently appearing Easter egg in Pixar movies.

#3 Giulia Uses Old Man Bernardi's Telescope

Giulia Uses Old Man Bernardi's TelescopeSource: Disney

Guilia leads Luca to a vast realm beyond the sea—and even beyond the planet itself. After Giulia shows him Saturn via a telescope, he gets interested in astronomy. She mentions that "Old Man Bernardi" owns the telescope. It's a reference to Chris Bernardi. Bernardi has been a Pixar employee since 2003. He's worked on films including Finding Nemo, Toy Story 3, and Inside Out as an animator and visual effects artist. Bernardi also served as Luca's visual effects supervisor.

#4 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea Plays At The Theater

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There are a number of movie posters with marine themes outside the cinema in Portorosso. 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea is seen on one of the posters. Disney adapted it for the film after it was first published as a novel. It first aired on television in 1954, which fits well in with Luca's 1950s aesthetic.

#5 A113 Features On The Train Ticket

A113 Features On The Train TicketSource: Disney

The number A113 is another long-standing Easter egg that has featured in numerous Disney and Pixar films. This is the classroom number where Tim Burton, John Lasseter, and Brad Bird studied character animation at the California Institute of the Arts. Alberto offers Luca a rail ticket that says "A113" towards the end of the movie.

#6 A Zip Code Appears On The Train

A Zip Code Appears On The TrainSource: Disney

96408 is the number sequence. The five-digit number is known as a zip code, or postal code, in the United States. It just so happens to be Emeryville, California's zip code. That is also the location of Pixar's headquarters.

#7 Another Part Of Pixar's Address Also Features In Luca

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Enrico Casarosa, the director of Luca, was influenced by Italian films from the 1950s, such as La Strada and Roman Holiday. In the film, there are posters designed by Pixar for both.

#8 Posters of "La Strada" and "Roman Holiday"

Posters of "La Strada" and "Roman Holiday"Source: Disney

The director of Luca, was influenced by Italian films from the 1950s, such as La Strada and Roman Holiday. In the film, there are posters designed by Pixar for both.
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