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  • Animators love to slip their own little jokes into the backgrounds of their movies.

  • But the folks at Pixar have taken things to a new level, adding tons of hidden references

  • to their own past and future films into each of their movies.

  • Here's a look at the best of the best.

  • Toy Story Stories

  • Woody makes a rousing speech in front of a bookshelf in Toy Story.

  • If you examine the titles of the books on the shelf very closely, you'll spot a few

  • familiar titles: The Adventures of Andre and Wally B., Tin Toy, and Knick Knack are all

  • the titles of short films that Pixar produced prior to Toy Story.

  • Don't Overlook That Carpet

  • There's a tense scene in Toy Story where Buzz tries desperately to find an escape route

  • out of Sid's house, lest he join Sid's collection of misfit toys.

  • But what makes it extra terrifying to those with an eagle eye is the fact that Sid's carpet

  • is the same design as what's in the Overlook Hotel from the 1980 thriller The Shining.

  • The Lion King Is Everywhere

  • You'll have to squint to see it, but in A Bug's Life, if you look very closely during

  • the scene of Flik soaking in the ambiance of Bug City, you'll see just how far the phenomenon

  • of The Lion King's Broadway adaptation has traveled.

  • Mrs. Potato Head's Reading Material

  • When Mr. Potato Head makes his appearance in Toy Story 2, he pretty much steals the

  • show.

  • And Mrs. Potato Head agrees.

  • When she realizes that he's found her missing earring, she immediately throws down the book

  • she's been reading: a storybook of A Bug's Life.

  • A Nemo Preview

  • There are Easter eggs, and then there are next-level Easter eggs.

  • You know the bit in Monsters, Inc. where Boo hands Sully her stuffed Nemo?

  • Well, Finding Nemo didn't come out until two years after Monsters, Inc.

  • It's all part of Pixar's master plan.

  • An Incredible Cameo

  • Pixar also snuck a sneak peak of a future film into Finding Nemo itself.

  • If you look closely at the bit where the kid in the dentist's office is scared senseless

  • by the sounds of Nemo's escape attempt, you'll see that he's reading a Mr. Incredible comic

  • book—a full year and a half before The Incredibles hit theaters.

  • Rex Isn't Extinct

  • Of all the things you'd expect to survive our planet's self-induced ecological disaster

  • in Wall*E, you'd wouldn't predict that one of Andy's toys from Toy Story would be on

  • that list of items, let alone the one that's been extinct for millions of years.

  • Nonetheless, when we're given a look into Wall*E's sanctuary and see all the junk contained

  • within its walls, there's Rex's toothy grin smiling at you.

  • Postcard From The Fredricksens

  • As we know from the opening credits of Up, Carl and Ellie Fredericksen traveled quite

  • a bit in their youth.

  • In the process, they apparently made a few friendships that we've yet to see explored.

  • If you take a very close look at the bulletin board in Andy's room in Toy Story 3, you'll

  • see that the Fredericksens sent Andy a postcard.

  • That's considerate of them.

  • Monster In The Woodwork

  • When Princess Merida takes it upon herself to stroll through the forest, she finds herself

  • at the house of a witch.

  • Merida watches in awe as a magic broom moves around the room on its own power.

  • But what's more fascinating is that its path takes itand the viewerpast a log which

  • has Sully from Monsters, Inc. carved into it.

  • A113 Marks The Spot

  • You may already be aware of how \"A113\" has a tendency to show up in just about every

  • film produced by Pixar.

  • It's shown up on a license plate in Toy Story, a train in Cars, on a tag attached to Git

  • the rat's ear in Ratatouille, and in many, many more places.

  • So what is A113?

  • Why not ask the man himself, Pixar's chief creative officer John Lasseter.

  • “A113 was the animation, um, classroom at California Institute of the Arts in the character

  • animation program

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