Did you know that ALL Pixar movies take place in the same universe?! Well, call us crazy, but we've got some pretty solid evidence that this is the case!
If you look closely, ALL Pixar movies are animated. Not only that, but the way things are animated looks strikingly similar from movie to movie.
It's so quick that it's easy to miss, but every Pixar movie features a similar opening graphic that reads, "Pixar." This common reference point links all the movies to one world.
3. When people talk about "that Pixar feel," they mean all Pixar movies feel like they're in the same world.
2. John Ratzenberger has appeared in every single Pixar movie, but it has yet to be explained why his character always looks different and has a new name. Will his motives be sinister or benevolent? Only time will tell.
1. What do these names mean? No one knows. But one thing is sure: all the Pixar movies exist in a world that is suddenly swallowed whole by a dark abyss of text. Does this occur as some forbording portent to our own impending end-times? Who is to say. The mysteries of Pixar are deep as the ocean, and vast as the empty, angry cosmos we are hurtling through.
Random atoms, void of meaning, struggling to make sense of anything at all.