Disney Finally Admits ALL Of The Pixar Movies Are Connected In One Universe!


The Grand Unified Theory of Pixar Movies has been around for many years, popularized in 2013 by online film critic Jon Negroni. Eagle-eyed Pixar fans have long known that Room A113 — the classroom at the California Institute of the Arts where many Pixar animators studied — appears in many of the films, along with a Pizza Planet delivery truck.

But Disney — which bought Pixar in 2006 — has said little about the widespread speculation.

Until now.

In a surprising video released by the official Toy Story Facebook account, Disney has seemingly confirmed this huge fan theory.

In the video, Pixar takes us through all 17 of its animated masterpieces, showing us the tiny elements that connect the worlds. The pink teddy bear character from Toy Story 3 shows up tucked in the corner of a girl’s room in Up. One of the cars from Cars is deftly hidden along a street in The Incredibles. Some of the films even have more than one connection to other movies in the Pixar family.

Check out the video below to see all the references:

Pixar Easter Eggs

Oh my spurs! You ain't never seen Easter eggs like these, partner. 👀

Posted by Toy Story on Sunday, January 15, 2017

The video has gotten more than 10 million views, and it hasn't even been up for a week.

It seems all the films may indeed be set in the same universe after all.

Even the most devoted Pixar fans seemed to have needed the video to point out some inter-movie connections. One Facebook user joked about a connection between Pixar's best-known Easter egg and the controversial ending of "St. Elsewhere."

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