From the Pizza Planet van to the ball with the red star.
Speaking of Pixar is synonymous with praise. These studies are clearly one of the most influential in recent times, responsible for the best animated of the last twenty years with the permission of Dreamworks and Disney (which owns Pixar, actually) movies -. Your feature and short films brimming technical quality and thanks to their scripts and themes as collected, manage to connect with the audience in a very special way, making a number of wonderful experience feelings.
But the genius of Pixar goes beyond the individual quality of his films. The producer is known to bind them all together by eggs, something that has happened since the first animated movie: Toy Story (1995). Thus, we find common elements in almost all , as van Pizza Planet or the famous golden ball with a red star. The number of eggs is very large, but here we leave the best:
The caravan Bugs
You see this trailer? Bugs appears in one of the first films of Pixar. Years later he also appeared in Monsters, Inc., but then was inhabited. In the film, appears when the caravan villain Randall Boggs enters it through one of the gates of the factory.
The yellow ball with red stars
In the first Pixar short film (created in 1986) appeared A small yellow ball with two red stars and a blue band. That little ball, over the years, has followed this in Pixar films, appearing in Toy Story, Finding Nemo and even Inside Out. We can also find in video games these films (see minigame Finding Nemo for PlayStation 2 in which we had to pass those balls through a hoop).
The characters of the future
One of the most common practices in Pixar films is briefly display characters from future films. For example, Nemo (Finding Nemo) appears on Monsters, Inc., a film of 2001. In the same way, in Ratatouille we can see the shadow of Dug, a character that would appear years later in a short film called “Dug’s Special Mission” and “Up!”. Hint: Dug the talking dog is Up
The same situation is repeated with Lotso (the pink teddy bear Toy Story 3), which appeared briefly in Up! and previous releases of Toy Story. Also with Finn McMissile, the spy who makes an appearance in Cars 2 , which can be clearly seen in one of the posters of Andy’s room (Toy Story 3). Likewise, Doc Hudson appears in The Incredibles. There are dozens of such examples
Sid Phillips and his legacy
Remember that terrible and evil child who appears in the first film Toy Story? That torturing and toys Woody and Buzz get rid. For evil character that also appears in some form or another in successive Pixar . In Toy Story 3 appears as a dump, which can be deduced from his shirt and his voice (played by the same person).
In addition, his legacy is present in other later films like Inside Out , where we can see a girl with the same shirt Sid Phillips. Will it be a descendant of his
Dinoco, the official fuel Pixar
Do you sound Dinoco? It is the sponsor of the Piston Cup champion, which appears in the first issue of Cars. This sponsor is actually A fuel company which also appears in other Pixar movies such as Toy Story and WALL-E.
Apple, in the films of Pixar
In Monsters Inc., Mike is reading a magazine. On the back of that magazine you can read “Scare Different” , a clear reference to “Think Different” Apple.
Likewise, in Toy Story 3, computer using toys is an iMac. In the same series you can see how Andy uses developed by US-based iTunes software.
The Pizza Planet truck
initially appeared in the first film, Toy Story, and is one of the most common items Pixar studio. appears in Cars, Ratatouille, in Monsters SA, Inside Out … is present in all studio films except The Incredibles.
The acronym A113
This is one of Pixar easter eggs most striking and curious. Refers to classroom animation at the California Institute of Arts , where studied several of the founders of Pixar. Thus, in all these acronyms studio films, whether on a train, Mate enrollment in camera diver Finding Nemo, etc appear
October 3, 2015
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