The Pixar Theory, Illustrated

Chris Higgins
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Last year, Pixar superfan Jon Negroni blew the Internet's collective mind by detailing what he calls "The Pixar Theory": that every Pixar movie, starting with Toy Story, takes place in the same world, but at different times. The meta-narrative is pleasantly crazy, involving an escalating conflict between humans, animals, and machines. There are holes in this theory big enough to drive a Cars-sized truck through, but part of the fun is spotting them.

You can read Negroni's super-complex article or sit back and let this eight-minute video summary wash over you. Enjoy:

See also: 8 Creative Toy Story Interpretations You Probably Hadn't Considered, 9 Pixar References in Other Pixar Movies, and 30 Pixar Easter Eggs to Look for Next Time.