WARNING: Minor spoilers ahead!
As with all Pixar Movies, you can expect to find some “Easter Eggs” and references to other movies. Cars 3 is no exception! Let’s take a closer look at all the extra fun hidden inside this new Pixar movie.
As mentioned, most Pixar movies reference other movies. Cars 3 goes beyond a reference and actually pays tribute to the classic Cinderella, per director Brian Fee.
Fee says, “Cinderella’s chariot in Sterling’s office. He’s got this back wall. He’s got a bunch of trophies. And what I love about it is it’s…technically it’s a Batmobile. It’s so…it’s like, of course, in some weird way, it like fits for some reason. I know it’s one of my favorites.”
Even though Coco is not set to hit theaters until November 22, references of it are not left out of Cars 3. Look for references on the TV in the training center and another when Sweet Tea takes the stage.
Look closely at the guitar:
The Pizza Planet Truck
Every Toy Story fan knows this iconic truck and has seen it show up in various other Pixar movies. Viewers can also expect it to show up Cars 3 during the demolition derby scene.
If you did not already know, room A113 is actually the classroom number at the California Institute of the Arts where several Pixar animators got their start. This room number is referenced in just about every Pixar movie there is. Expect to see it on the office door in Cars 3 when Lightning McQueen goes in to speak with Sterling.
You can see the iconic number referenced in this shot with Woody from Toy Story:
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