If you’re anything like me, you definitely spent your childhood watching Disney movies and learning about iconic fantasies. Cinderella, The Beauty and the Beast, and Sleeping Beauty are some of Disney’s greatest classics.
The great attention to detail that goes into the making of Disney films is what makes them so fascinating to people of all ages. They’re more than mere tickets to our childhood. In reality, each film has hidden little elements that are so delicate that you may not see them.
If you doubt it, read the post below to see what you’ve been missing. Please share this with your friends so we can all become Disney-fueled explorers.
#1 Andy’s improved handwriting in Toy Story
Andy’s handwriting on Woody’s shoes is kind of immature compared to the one on Buzz’s shoes. This shows that Andy has grown up and matured with time.
#2 The floor carpet in Toy Story
Throughout the film, Toy Story 3 makes multiple references to the 1980 film “The Shining.” Sid’s carpet was purposely created to seem like the carpet at the Overlook Hotel, one of several references to the horror film across the Pixar franchise.
#3 T-Rex’s reflection in Toy Story
Viewers see Rex in the rearview mirror as it tries to keep up with its peers, similar to a moment in Jurassic Park where the main characters were pursued in their car by a T-Rex. Of course, the Jurassic Park dinosaur intended to eat the Jeep riders, so this is a quite different situation.
#4 The Pixar lamp at the beginning of Toy Story
The famous Pixar lamp is a crucial part of Disney films. If you watch the sky closely during the opening credits of Toy Story 2, you can actually notice the Pixar lamp easily!
#5 “Binford” in Toy Story
A toolbox in Toy Story has the text “Binford” printed on it. Binford Tools is a fictional company from the sitcom “Home Improvement,” which started Tim Allen’s career as the voice of Buzz Lightyear.
#6 2 sides of the bed in Up
Round items signify happiness, whereas squares represent stability and dependability. Ellie’s side of the bed has everything round, whereas Carl’s side has everything square – the same shapes as their respective personalities.
#7 Diverse hairlines of fish in Finding Nemo
The most interesting thing about Finding Nemo is how they show diversity and variety among fish by giving varied hairlines to all fish. Just like us human beings!
#8 Cups of unordinary sizes in Monsters, Inc. factory
In Monsters, Inc. (2001), there are coffee cups of unusual sizes. Each one is for a different-sized monster. I wonder how many types of toilet seats would be there.
#9 Sully’s seat in Monsters, Inc.
Sully’s seat in Monsters, Inc. (2001) has a hole through which he slips his tail out for a comfortable sitting. Weird, isn’t it?
#10 “Scare Different” in Monsters, Inc.
A computer ad appears on the back of the magazine Mike Wazowski is holding in Monsters, Inc (2001). The campaign’s slogan is “Scare Different,” a pun on Apple’s “Think Different.” Steve Jobs returned to Apple as CEO in 1997, launching the company’s “Think Different” campaign.