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  • Pixar is renowned for cramming loads of Easter Eggs and references into their animations,

  • so with Inside Out on Blu-ray and DVD now, I wanted to take a look at my top 10 Easter

  • Eggs in Pixar's 15th feature film. And for those of you who've been desperately

  • searching for the 3 times that director Pete Docter says the Pizza Planet Truck appears

  • in the movie, I've found them all here! Keep watching to find out where they are!

  • Ok, kicking off with number 10, remember the Married Life montage at the start of Up?

  • Well, that movie was also directed by Inside Out's Pete Docter and there are several nice

  • nods to it in this movie. They're tricky to spot as they can be kind

  • of blurred, but you can see several of Carl's ties in a number of memory balls at Headquarters,

  • and Carl's face also pops up in a green memory ball in the Long-Term Memory storage area,

  • and you can also see Carl with Ellie in several more memory balls behind Joy, Sadness and

  • Riley's imaginary friend Bing Bong.

  • At number 9, When a young Riley jumps between sofas pretending the lounge floor is covered

  • in lava, take a look at the table and you'll see a magazine with a cover featuring Colette

  • from Ratatouille!

  • Moving on to number 8, you probably noticed the girl in Riley's class wearing a similar

  • top to Sid's Skull t-shirt in Toy Story. But according to Pixar, one of the boys in

  • Riley's class is also wearing a camouflage-patterned top that's made up of Toy Story characters!

  • If you look really carefully, you can see what looks like T-rex, Woody, and possibly

  • Hamm and the bottom of Mr Potato Head. Oh, and the globe in Riley's classroom also

  • appeared in the Toy Story movies, and we also see it at the end of this movie in the mind

  • of Riley's new teacher.

  • At number 7, as well as shout-outs to past Pixar movies, Inside Out includes an Easter

  • Egg looking forward to Pixar's 16th feature film, The Good Dinosaur.

  • A statue that looks rather like Forrest Woodbush, a Styracosaurus from The Good Dinosaur, appears

  • in Riley's memory of her family's journey to San Francisco.

  • And the family's car rolls into the back of a dino-statue that could well be a nod to

  • Arlo, the star of The Good Dinosaur!

  • And at number 6, when Joy, Sadness and Bing Bong head into Imagination Land, there's a

  • stack of board games including one called "Find Me!", which features a picture of a

  • clownfish on the box, a clear shout-out to Pixar's Finding Nemo.

  • And under that game, there's another called "Dinosaur World", a little nod to The Good Dinosaur.

  • Plus, there's a board game named after Pixar's

  • short film, "For The Birds", and those same birds from that short also appear during Riley's

  • journey to San Francisco.

  • In at number 5, there are two scenes in Imagination Land in which first Bing Bong and later Joy

  • make a Cloud person disappear into thin air. The second time it happens, one police officer

  • tells his colleague who wants to pursue the culprit, "Forget it, Jake; it's Cloudtown",

  • which is a funny reference to director Roman Polanski's 1970s movie Chinatown, which starred

  • Jack Nicholson, and ended with Nicholson's private investigator character being told,

  • "Forget it, Jake. It's Chinatown."

  • At number 4, the director at Dream Productions, the place where Riley's dreams and nightmares

  • are created, gives the order to "add the reality distortion filter" to the camera, which is

  • a nod to Apple co-founder and former Pixar CEO Steve Jobs.

  • An original member of the Apple Mac design team said Jobs had a "reality distortion field",

  • which basically meant reality was like putty in his hands and he could convince anyone

  • of anything. And change their perception of reality. Likewise, the "reality distortion filter"

  • in Inside Out alters what the actors bringing to life Riley's dream look like.

  • At number 3, one of the stores that Riley and her mum walk past in San Francisco is

  • a Locksmith called Krause, which is named after Inside Out's supervising animator Shawn

  • Krause. Did you also notice the poster at the bottom

  • right-hand corner of the store window? It says "Sure Locks For Homes Special", which

  • sounds rather like "Sherlock Holmes Special", and not only is there a new special episode

  • of TV's Sherlock coming up, but Pixar has its own connection to Sherlock.

  • Pixar's Chief Creative Officer John Lasseter previously worked on the live-action film

  • Young Sherlock Holmes, which was ground-breaking for his animation of a fully computer-generated

  • character.

  • In at number 2, when Bing Bong, Joy and Sadness arrive at Dream Productions, Bing Bong points

  • out a poster for "I Can Fly!", a dream he says he loves.

  • That poster is a little nod to Disney's 1953 animated feature film, Peter Pan, which Pete

  • Docter has said was an influence on Inside Out, and it also happened to feature a song

  • titled "You Can Fly!" And the poster alongside that for the dream

  • "I'm Falling For A Very Long Time Into A Pit" is very reminiscent of the poster that designer

  • Saul Bass created for Alfred Hitchcock's movie Vertigo.

  • And in the top spot at number one, director Pete Docter said that Pixar's Easter Egg regular,

  • the Pizza Planet Truck, appears three times in Inside Out, but that it's really difficult

  • to spot. And he wasn't kidding! But I've found all

  • three appearances! Well, actually, it appears four times in three scenes!

  • It first appears in one of the memory balls that rolls along the floor when Joy first

  • sees Riley's imaginary friend Bing Bong. The second one pops up as Riley starts to

  • play ice hockey; and then it appears again for a third time when Anger explodes after

  • Riley falls down during that same hockey game. The last one makes an appearance when Joy,

  • Sadness, and Bing Bong are on the Train Of Thought. In fact, Bing Bong even handles

  • it for a moment!

  • Of course, I also loved seeing other Pixar regulars like A113, which makes an appearance

  • when Riley runs away from home, and the Luxo Ball, which turns up during Riley's playtime

  • with Bing Bong. But, what other Easter eggs and references

  • did you spot in Inside Out? And which are your favourites?

  • If you enjoyed Inside Out, you might want to check out my video with 25 Things You Probably

  • Didn't Know About Inside Out. I really appreciate your comments, shares

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