Pixar Theory: What´s The Pixar Theory?

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PIXAR THEORY: IS THIS REALLY A THEORY? From Monsters Inc. to Finding Dory and all the way to Paradise Falls in the movie Up-- what do they all have in common? They all are Pixar movies, but what if there were more connections? Some people believe that within these movies are subtle and not-so-subtle “connections” linking all the Pixar movies together. WHAT IS THE PIXAR THEORY? The Pixar Theory is a theory that says all of the Pixar movies are connected, and they all live in the same timeline. This is a theory that was made out of the curiosity of one person's mind, and stems from how similar things from each Pixar movie shows up in other Pixar movies. This is one of Pixar's biggest theories that has also been very controversial. Many…show more content…
What makes them so special is that it is the classroom number at the California Institute of the Arts where many Pixar animators studied, but that is just a small connection and does not really show that they are all connected in the same timeline. Buy n Large is another way to show how the movies are connected, it has shown up in almost every Pixar movie that has been created so far. For example, the batteries that are used for the toys in Toy Story are made by BnL. They have also been in the movie Finding Nemo in a newspaper. They have also made the construction equipment in Up. They have an advertisement in Cars 3; they are even in the short film Small Fry. They show up again in the news that talks about the beautiful underwater world in Finding…show more content…
In an Interview with Jay Ward, who is the director of all of the Cars films. When asked what he thought about the Pixar theory the stated “ I think somebody had a lot of time on their hands. They may have some other recreational activities“ (Jason Torchinsky) When he was asked if he denied that there was a common thread he said “It's almost like the 9/11 conspiracy theories... it's like, really? No, the movies were sort of made in a different order by different directors in different times, in different places. It's cool that it all worked out that way, but it probably was not intentional.” So we will never be for certain if the theory was actually intentional or not. In conclusion, The Pixar Theory is still a theory, we cannot be sure if the movies are actually connected or not, maybe this is just a coincidence. Many people will keep trying to figure it out and prove if this theory is actually real. It is up to the reader to decide if this theory actually exist, after all this is just a fun way to show that the movies are connected. After learning about the theory and reading all of the connections, does this make you want to watch another Pixar movie to see if you can find the connections for
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