If you’re a child of the 90’s like me, then Pixar will hold a very special place in your heart. Founded back in 1979 by George Lucas as “The Graphics Group” before spinning-off into a separate corporation with help from Steve Jobs in 1986, Pixar is one of the iconic founders of digital animation – something which has now gone on to eclipse other forms of animation.
Ever since their landmark feature-length movie Toy Story, which went through a troubled production and countless rewrites only to prove sceptical critics wrong when it was released in 1995, Pixar has set the benchmark in terms of quality computer animation.
Since then, Pixar has gone on to create success after success, with movies such as Monsters Inc, Inside Out, Up, Wall-E, Finding Nemo and many others which have broken the box office and inspired legions of fans. But the thing about each of these movies is that their premises are often so wildly eccentric, so out-there, that it’s difficult to imagine that they’ve got much in common besides the fact that each story was made by the same people.
But now a new video has emerged from Pixar themselves which has dropped a major bombshell. It turns out that, much like the Marvel movies, the Pixar films share the same universe, and Pixar have compiled some pretty compelling evidence to prove it.How is this possible, you ask? The only way to find out is by shooting over to page two.