Many people grew up watching and enjoying films made by Disney. Dating back to 1940, Disney has made dozens of beloved films for fans to enjoy. Popular titles include:
- Toy Story,
- The Little Mermaid,
But realistically, every Disney movie can be considered a classic. From princesses learning about life and love to heroes going on an epic adventure, Disney has something for everyone.
Another thing that’s great about Disney, is all of the clever hidden Easter eggs and secrets featured throughout their movies. Most people are familiar with the recurring Pizza Hut truck from the Toy Story series, but did you know that there are a ton of other hidden gestures laced within Disney works? In case you weren’t able to catch them all, here is a list of the top 10 hidden Disney secrets you might not have noticed before!
1. The Incredibles: Everyone is eagerly awaiting the release of the second installment of The Incredibles series. Until then, you can enjoy looking for the hidden Easter eggs and puns in the first film. During one scene, you can see a car that looks exactly Doc Hudson from the Cars films.
Another subtle joke occurs during the scene when Elastigirl is sneaking into Syndrome’s base and she takes a break to check out her rear in the mirror. When she turns around, she gets a rear view in the mirror. Get it? Rear-view mirror? Like Cars?
2. Toy Story 3: A lot of people were really excited when this film came out. It was the third installment of a terrific Disney/Pixar series so fans were definitely expecting some Easter eggs. Disney definitely followed through.
During the opening scenes of the film, you can see a train speeding across the tracks. On the front of the train is the number 95. Not only is this number a reference to Lightning McQueen’s number from Cars, it’s also the year that the first Toy Story film was released.
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