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The Pixar Theory: Every Character Lives in the Same Universe

Jon Negroni spent one year untangling the secret world hidden deep within Pixar films. What he found was a universe to which every Pixar character connects.
  • Bethany OBryan

    This is insane. "The Pixar Theory", it's this guy's idea on how all the pixar movies make up one timeline and universe. Crazy!!!

  • Athena Ashlee

    The Pixar Theory will blow your mind. Is Boo from "Monsters Inc" actually the witch from "Brave?" Click to read this incredibly intricate theory about the Pixar universe. No that would be no boo is from years before the time of brave unless boo went though the wrong door in the monster's world but no she could not have because her door was destroyed later after so um NO impossible

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    Wow.I guess Pixar/Disney were REALLY attached to that car...

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