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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
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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Inside Out Top 10 Easter Eggs - Pixar, Pizza Planet, Toy Story, Finding Nemo, The Good Dinosaur, Up

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Jamie 榕 published on August 10, 2017    gahui yu translated    Jerry reviewed
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