The fourth installment of Disney Pixar’s Toy Story franchise is fast approaching. Fans of the Toy Story films cannot wait to see what Bonnie’s toys are up to. It’s certainly no doubt that the Disney Pixar Studios team will have us all in on the adventure. After all, part of the adventure is finding all the Easter eggs that Pixar always delivers in their films!
In fact, speaking of Easter eggs, Disney has added quite a few to Hollywood Studios‘s Toy Story Land in Walt Disney World. Via Google Street View of the land, eight Easter eggs from different Pixar movies can be found in different areas. Before you even have to ask, yes the Pizza Planet Truck makes an appearance.
First up, we have the A 113 that signifies the classroom number at California Institute of the Arts. Many of the character animation students that studied in this room have gone on to be staff members at Pixar.
Next, we have the BnL or Buy n Large Corporation logo. This fictional company made it’s first appearance in the film Wall-E.
The guitar of Ernesto De la Cruz makes an appearance in Toy Story Land.
Up next, is Lightning McQueen’s racing number 95. This number is also very important to Pixar history. 95 refers to the year 1995, which is the year Pixar’s first film, Toy Story, was released.
The beloved clown fish with a lucky fin, Nemo, hasn’t been completely impossible to find.
Perhaps the most famous and possibly favorite Pixar Easter egg is that of the Pizza Planet Truck. This truck appears in all of the Pixar films, except for The Incredibles. Here it is in the Google Street View in toy form.
A guest dressed as Toy Story’s Sid also made an appearance in Andy’s Backyard.
One blue umbrella and one red umbrella from the Pixar short film, The Blue Umbrella, also make an appearance by the Slinky Dog Dash attraction.
Which Pixar Easter egg is your favorite? Let us know in the comments!
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