With so many Pixar films scattered across British TV this Christmas/New Year (The BBC have already shown Toy Story 1,2&3 along with UP today and Wall•E still to come), it seems appropriate to re-blog this amazing ‘Pixar theory’ created by Jon Negroni. The theory at first seems extremely far-fetched but somehow fits together fairly seamlessly. Whether or not the amazing people at Pixar do put this level of thought into the extended story’s beyond each film is debatable. If they do, it is extremely well thought out and will be interesting to see how future films fit into it all.
Take a read though anyway and see what you think…
Every Pixar movie is connected. I explain how, and possibly why.
Before we go further, I should let you know that The Pixar Theory is now a published book. Since writing this blog post in 2013, I’ve been working on completing the unified theory in what I hope you find to be a compelling and even more persuasive essay. Or not. It’s cool either way.
You can check out the book here. Or keep reading below to read the original theory. Just keep in mind that a lot of what you’re about to read has been vastly improved over the last few years.
Back to the theory!
In 2012, I watched a video on Cracked.com that introduced the idea (at least to me) that all of the Pixar movies actually exist within the same universe. Since then, I’ve obsessed over this concept, working to complete what I call The Pixar Theory…
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