It appears that the Disney/Pixar people are quite sly with their animation, as this new video reveals.


Through the use of Easter Eggs (no, not the dyed-type, the movie type.  See #2, below.), Disney/Pixar connects most of their films together through the use or appearance of characters or objects. For example, a stuffed Nemo toy appears in Monsters, Inc.; bugs that were in Toy Story appear in A Bug's Life, etc. Just take a look at the video above, and I think you'll understand.

Eas·ter egg
noun: Easter egg; plural noun: Easter eggs
  1. 1.
    a hard-boiled egg that is dyed and often decorated as part of the Easter celebration.
    • an artificial egg, typically chocolate, given at Easter, especially to children.
  2. 2.
    an unexpected or undocumented feature in a piece of computer software or on a DVD, included as a joke or a bonus. - Google

I think that it's a brilliant way to cross-promote the stories/movies, don't you agree?

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