These Astonishing Easter Eggs In Pixar Films Can Blow Every Moviegoer Away
Pixar filmmakers always subtly insert many details from their other films or other famous things into its film as a surprise for fans. The effect of these Easter eggs is so good that they even become a hot topic of discussion among moviegoers. Many Pixar fans have expressed their excitement when they noticed them, and they can't wait to share these discoveries with others!
Do you love these gifts too? Keep scrolling down to discover 10 astonishing Easter eggs in Pixar films we have piled up for you!
#1 Arlo from "The Last Dinosaur" appears in "Inside out"
Source: Pixar Animation StudiosIn a fragment of Riley's memory, we can see the dinosaur Arlo when she and her family traveled on vacation.
#2 A picture of Darla from "Finding Nemo" can be seen in "Finding Dory"
Source: Pixar Animation StudiosIn "Finding Nemo", Darla is known as a terror who always makes children cry and fish lovers freak out every time she appears. Although Darla does not directly appear in "Finding Dory", we can still see a picture of her in the background.
#3 Buy N Large from "WALL-E" in "Cars 3"
Source: Pixar Animation StudiosBuy N Large, a massive company in "WALL-E" popped up in "Cars 3" as a sponsor of the racetrack. However, because everything moves quickly on the racetrack, perhaps not too many viewers know about this Easter egg.
#4 Pixar piñatas in "Coco"
Source: Pixar Animation StudiosPiñatas, a traditional Mexican dish, has appeared many times in "Coco" as a way for Pixar filmmakers to represent this country's culture. Besides "Coco", piñatas are also featured in many other Pixar films.
#5 MCU mentioned in "The Incredibles 2"
Source: Pixar Animation StudiosMunicberg Credit Union is the scene of the Underminer's crime, and the abbreviation for this financial institution immediately reminds fans of Marvel Cinematic Universe.
#6 Anton Ego from "Ratatouille" makes a cameo in "Toy Story 4"
Source: Pixar Animation StudiosAnton Ego is the harsh food critic in "Ratatouille". If you pay enough attention, you can see his name appear in Bonnie's classroom from "Toy Story 4".
#7 The Dorothea Williams album in "Onward"
Source: Pixar Animation StudiosIn a stack of albums in the background of "Onwards", there is an album of the Dorothea Williams Quartet. This is also the band that Joe in "Soul" wants to play for.
#8 The nod to Sid from "Toy Story" in "Soul"
Source: Pixar Animation Studios"Soul" shines a light on an Easter egg that deals with Pixar's "Toy Story" as you can see the graffiti of Sid, the characters from "Toy Story", on the old wall in "Soul".
#9 Carl's hat from "Up" featured in "Luca"
Source: Pixar Animation StudiosSome Pixar fans have expressed their excitement when they noticed that next to Alberto’s makeshift bed, there is a Carl Fredricksen hat in “Up”.
#10 The 'Turning Red' reference in Luca
Source: Pixar Animation StudiosIn "Luca", we see a 4 Village logo, which is also the iconic logo used for the band 4 Town. 4 Town is the band that Mei Lee, the main character in "Turning Red" - Pixar's upcoming release, is crazy for.