Click to Skip Ad
Closing in...
  1. Prime Day Fire TV Deals
    12:56 Deals

    Amazon’s early Prime Day smart TV deals are unreal, including a 70″ 4K Fire TV…

  2. Prime Day Deals
    09:43 Deals

    These early Prime Day deals have prices so low, it’s like Amazon made a mistake

  3. Amazon Deals
    10:30 Deals

    Today’s top deals: Free $15 Amazon credit, $530 70″ TV, $4 smart plugs, $8 sma…

  4. Surge Protector Amazon
    15:20 Deals

    People rave about this $40 Amazon find that gives you four power outlets in the space of t…

  5. Prime Day Headphones Deals
    13:07 Deals

    Best Prime Day headphones deals: AirPods, Sony, Beats, and more




A new video from Disney shows how every Pixar movie is connected

January 18th, 2017 at 8:31 PM
Pixar Theory: Disney video

One of the best things on the internet is Jon Negroni’s Pixar Theory. In it, he outlines how every Pixar movie is connected, and how they all exist in the same shared universe (almost like the Marvel movies).

The studio has never confirmed or denied if its movies do in fact take place within the same universe, but this week, Disney shared a video on Facebook that has everyone theorizing about the possibility once again.

On Sunday afternoon, a video titled “Pixar Easter Eggs” was published on the official Toy Story Facebook page. Throughout the video, we see characters who feature prominently in one film make a cameo appearance in another. For example, a toy of Arlo the dinosaur appeared momentarily in a scene of Monsters University two years before The Good Dinosaur arrived in theaters.

You can see all the other connections between Pixar films in the short video below:

Pixar has been making sly (and not so sly) references to its movies for decades, but it’s great to see a majority of them all in one place. It might not be explicit confirmation of the Pixar Theory, but it sure feels like it. Now we have to wait and see what easter eggs Pixar includes in Cars 3 this summer.

Jacob started covering video games and technology in college as a hobby, but it quickly became clear to him that this was what he wanted to do for a living. He currently resides in New York writing for BGR. His previously published work can be found on TechHive, VentureBeat and Game Rant.




Popular News