14 Awesomely Magical ‘Pixar’ Easter Eggs You May Not Have Noticed Before

 

'Pixar' movies just have the coolest and cutest stories around. The scenes are so incredibly detailed that each time you re-watch one of their features you always see something new! You may have seen every movie the studio has ever created, but have you noticed any of these 14 awesomely magical Easter Eggs (which are hidden messages or inside jokes) that the film makers included? It seems that there are references to other Pixar movies in each and every one! Take a look!

 

Steve Jobs founded Pixar, back in 1986, and the appearance of this iPod in 'WALL-E' seems to be paying homage to that fact!

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This statue of Eve created by 'WALL-E' has an anglepoise lamp for an arm. The lamp is a reference to 'Luxo Junior', an early Pixar short featuring cute little lamps. Of course the lamp is now the symbol which is synonymous with the studio.

 

This Luxo Ball appears in many Pixar hits, namely 'Toy Story 1-3', 'Up', 'Monsters, Inc.', 'The Incredibles', 'Finding Nemo' and more!

 

Jerome's Raft in 'Finding Nemo' was named after Jerome Ranft, the animator, sculptor and brother of the late Pixar employee Joe Ranft. There is also a monster named J.J. Ranft in 'Monsters, Inc.' which is named after both the brothers. Many of the other monsters in the movie are also named after Pixar staff!

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In 'Inside Out', there is a magazine with Collette from 'Ratatouille' on the cover!

 

Do you recognize the shadow on the wall? It's Dug from 'Up'! Strangely, the movie 'Ratatouille', that this still is taken from, came out two whole years before 'Up' was even made!

 

The industrialized area which surrounds the 'Monsters, Inc.' building was actually inspired by a giant oil refinery near the former Richmond, California 'Pixar Animation Studios'.

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