Yes, all of the Pixar movies are connected through easter eggs, but this guy has come up with a grand theory of how they all share the same universe and timeline. It’s pretty insane and begins to break down if you give it just a bit of thought, but fun to consider nonetheless.

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    So this is the most amazing thing ever
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    Definitely fun! -J
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    Jon Negroni spent one year untangling the secret world hidden deep within Pixar films. What he found was a universe to...
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