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10 Details That Prove All Pixar Movies Take Place In The Same Universe

Since Pixar burst onto the scene in 1995 with the classic movie "Toy Story", this studio has achieved amazing feats. Pixar fans in particular and movie-goers, animation lovers in general are always actively discussing and constantly making different theories about it fascinating movies. And out of all of which have been posted, the Pixar Universe Theory is definitely one of the most classic and famous.
Basically, those who believe in the Pixar Universe Theory argue that Pixar movies are all connected and take place in the same world. And when every new movie of this Disney subsidiary company is released, they find new evidence to support their belief. Some of the most renowned references are the pizza planet truck appearing in almost Pixar movies, or Bomb voyage working as a mime actor in "Ratatouille".
There are dozen of Easter eggs in the films that indicate that all Pixar's characters live in the same world. Don't hesitate to scroll down to explore 10 details supporting this mind-blowing theory!

#1 The pizza planet truck

Pixar Movies, The pizza planet truckSource: Pixar Animation Studios

This is probably the best evidence to support this hypothesis. Did you know that this truck, since its debut in 1995 in Toy Story, has appeared in every single Disney movie, except "The Incredibles"?

#2 The Chinese takeout box

Pixar Movies, The Chinese takeout boxSource: Pixar Animation Studios

This Easter egg has appeared in seven Pixar movies: "A Bugs Life", "Toy Story 2", "Ratatouille", "Inside Out", "Incredibles 2", "Toy Story 4", and "Soul", as well as the short film "Lamp Life".

#3 Dorothea Williams' album in "Onward"

Pixar Movies, Dorothea Williams' album in "Onward"Source: Pixar Animation Studios

Dorothea Williams is a supporting character in "Soul" and receives love from the audience. And as you can see from this picture, there's an album of Dorothea Williams next to the table where Charlie and Colt are sitting.

#4 Duke Caboom appeared in a scene of "The Incredibles 2"

Pixar Movies, Duke Caboom appeared in a scene of "The Incredibles 2"Source: Pixar Animation Studios

Besides Duke Caboom, other toys from "Toy Story" also appear in many other Disney movies, for instance: Rex and Hamm appearing in Wall-E's collection, Lotso in "Up", Jessie in "Monsters Inc", or Buzz in "The Incredibles"...

#5 The Incredibles poster in "Coco"

Pixar Movies, The Incredibles poster in "Coco"Source: Pixar Animation Studios

There are a lot of Easter eggs in "Coco" that prove that Pixar movies share the same universe. Besides this superhero family poster, Coco also has piƱatas of Buzz Lightyear, Woody, Mike Wazowski, and Sully, as well as sculptures of Remy, Marlin, Nemo, Dory.

#6 Saint Cecilia is shown on TV screens in "Cars 3"

Pixar Movies, Saint Cecilia is shown on TV screens in "Cars 3"Source: Pixar Animation Studios

In case you didn't know, Saint Cecilia is a small Mexican town and it is also the main setting of "Coco".

#7 Hank makes a cameo in "The Good Dinosaur"

Pixar Movies, Hank makes a cameo in "The Good Dinosaur"Source: Pixar Animation Studios

We can clearly see the octopus from "Finding Dory" in the scene when Arlo falls into a pool where he learns to swim.

#8 The wood carvings in "Brave"

Pixar Movies, The wood carvings in "Brave"Source: Pixar Animation Studios

Perhaps not many people can realize this detail, however, our beloved monster Sulley indeed appeared on a wood carving of the Witch in "Brave".

#9 Bomb voyage works as a mime actor in "Ratatouille"

Pixar Movies, Bomb voyage works as a mime actor in "Ratatouille"Source: Pixar Animation Studios

In the scene where Colette and Alfredo are rollerblading along the streets of Paris, we can see the Incredibles villain performing a pantomime for a child.

#10 The Mr. Incredible laden magazine in "Finding Nemo"

Pixar Movies, The Mr. Incredible laden magazine in "Finding Nemo"Source: Pixar Animation Studios

It seems that the movie which makes cameo the most is highly likely "The Incredibles" as the details related to it usually appear in other Pixar films, and this time is in "Finding Nemo".
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