- Disney Pixar is known for hiding special Easter eggs and hidden details throughout their animated films.
- In some cases, movies make references to other movies like in “Ratatouille,” some said they recognised the shadow of a character from “Up.”
- The Pizza Planet truck can be found in a variety of Pixar movies, including “Coco.”
Disney fans love Pixar movies for the intricate storylines, gorgeous animation, and unforgettable characters. But above all else, many fans love Pixar films because of their attention to detail.
From the references each film makes about other Pixar movies to the incredible attention to detail taken in animating certain scenes, the small details are what truly make these movies worth watching over and over again.
In a thread, Redditors pointed out specific moments where they thought Pixar’s attention to detail was totally mind-blowing. Of course, this is just for fun, as INSIDER cannot independently authenticate these stories.
Here are 10 intricate details and Easter eggs from Pixar movies that you might’ve missed, according to Redditors.
Pizza Planet actually delivers to Santa Cecilia.
“The famous Pizza Planet truck makes a very brief appearance in ‘Coco.'” – Redditor FalconerGuitars
There was a nod to Tim Allen’s show “Home Improvement” in “Toy Story.”
“In ‘Toy Story,’ Woody is trapped in a crate which is stuck under a Binford tool-box. Binford is the fictional tool company in the TV show ‘Home Improvement’ which starred Tim Allen, the voice of Buzz Lightyear.” – Redditor BaldEagle88
The carpeting in Sid’s house in “Toy Story” was similar to carpeting from “The Shining.”
“The carpet at Sid’s house in ‘Toy Story’ was intentionally made the same as the carpet at the Overlook Hotel in ‘The Shining,’ one of many references to the horror film throughout the Pixar series.” – Redditor ant91a
Wall-E got battery power from a surprising source.
“After being struck by lightning, Wall-E’s low battery gets fully charged.” – Redditor Harpolias
Dug the dog’s shadow seemingly made an appearance in “Ratatouille.”
“The [shadow of the] dog from ‘Up’ is seen barking at Remy in ‘Ratatouille.'” – Redditor PostyMcPostFace
The dried ink vs. wet ink in “Monsters University” is so detailed.
“In ‘Monsters University,’ the freshest X-mark [looks different] compared to older ones on Mike’s calendar.” – Redditor Mattokakka
Bob Parr from “The Incredibles” works at a company from “Cars.”
“Insuricare, the company that offers ‘car life insurance’ to the cars in ‘Cars 2,’ is the same company Bob Parr works for in ‘The Incredibles.'” – Redditor mike_pants
Joy’s hair might be blue for an important reason.
“Every emotion’s eyes and hair colour matches their colour except for Joy. Her hair is blue, the colour of sadness because you can’t have joy without sadness.” – Redditor Gianus_Auntetekoonpo
The reflections in “The Incredibles” are key.
“After the plane is blown up in ‘The Incredibles,’ Helen (Elastigirl) knows the plane debris is going to fall on them due to seeing the reflection in the water.” – Redditor MisterCheeks
Buzz Lightyear might have been referenced in “Cars.”
“The tires in Pixar’s ‘Cars’ movies are Lightyear brand.” – Redditor Nizzore
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