Insanely Detailed Pixar Theory Explores Film Connections
We all know that Pixar likes to hide little easter eggs of their previous and upcoming films in their movies, but what if there’s a science behind all of it? Granted the idea is far-fetched, but after drawing inspiration from a certain Cracked list that theorized that all Pixar films are about the apocalypse, blogger Jon Negroni attempted to explain how all Pixar movies take place in the same universe.
The theory begins with Brave, asserting that a magic exists in this universe that gives animals and inanimate objects the ability to act like humans. The theory goes on to state that these animals that have been affected by this magic have bred and created their own sub-set of a population with hyper-intelligent animals and objects. Thus, this gives way to Ratatouille, Toy Story, Finding Nemo and Up.
Up contains an evil corporation that tries to buy Carl’s house out from under him, and of course what evil corporation could that be other than Buy-n-Large, the same corporation that appears in Toy Story 3 and Wall-E? The technology used by Syndrome in The Incredibles is argued to have manipulated the one-time wanna-be side-kick, marking as the turning point for inanimate objects and the revolt against humans.
So naturally, the objects utilize Buy-n-Large to run the humans off of their own planet in Wall-E, and the argument closes with A Bug’s Life taking place after the humans have returned to Earth.
Is it all a part of some grand scheme—maybe. But what’s the internet for other than animated conspiracy theories?
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