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17 Completely Insane Pixar Movie Facts You Didn’t Know Till Now

Pixar cartoons are a cherished part of our childhood, and we assume we know everything there is to know about Pixar films. We can tell you all the names of the main characters and sidekicks in just a few seconds, or we are able to discuss for hours with our friends about our favorite movies. Even so, there is a lot to learn about the movies!

It may come as no surprise that Pixar has many hidden details and Easter Eggs that we can never discover an entire thing. Even when you are hardcore fans, there are still secrets that you might not realize. But don’t worry, we are here to help you widen your knowledge about Pixar universe that certainly blows your mind up.

Here’s a collection of Pixar movies’ facts that will make you amazed. Let’s check them out! Don’t forget to share this with your friends!

#1 Pixar used to have a “secret list of rules” to make their films different.

Source: TED

#2 A113 can be found in every Pixar film.

Source: Disney

A113 was the classroom number at the California Institute of the Arts. Many Pixar employees who graduated here used this number in their professional works.

#3 It needs more than 9.4 million balloons to lift a house like Carl in Up.

Source: Disney

#4 The tree on Ant Island in “A Bug’s Life” is found in “Toy Story 2” and “Up”.

Source: Disney

#5 Wall-E was named after Walt Disney.

Source: Disney

#6 Eve (Wall-E) was designed by Apple’s Chief Design Officer Jonathan Ive.

Source: Disney

#7 Disney doesn’t produce Ratatouille wine due to the concern that it might encourage teenage drinking.

Source: Disney

#8 Reese Witherspoon refused to voice Merida (Brave) because of her bad Scottish accent.

Source: Disney

#9 Boo (Monsters, Inc.) was voiced by a real toddler (Mary Gibbs).

Source: Disney

#10 Boo’s real name is Mary, like her voice actor.

Source: Disney

#11 Andy (Toy Story ) doesn’t have a dad because animating human characters are expensive.

Source: Disney

#12 The animation for “Toy Story 2” was unintentionally deleted, fortunately, the associate technical director had a backup as she worked from home.

Source: Disney

#13 Inside Out artists had to change 28 US-specific graphics so that the movie would please viewers around the world.

Source: Disney

#14 In the five years after the film’s release, Disney sold more than $10 billion in Cars goods.

Source: Disney

#15 John Ratzenberger has voiced many Pixar characters.

Source: Disney

#16 Pixar rewrote the ending of “Finding Dory” after seeing the documentary “Blackfish”

Source: Disney

#17  ‘Finding Nemo’ caused a wave of demand for pet clownfish that the species faced local extinction in some areas.

Source: Disney

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