20 Times Pixar Surprised Us With Its Attention To Details https://ift.tt/2OivGE3

marzo 09, 2021

Who doesn’t love Pixar movies? They’re always full of fascinating stories, colorful characters, and captivating adventures that always keep you on the edge of your seat. However, there’s one more thing that makes the movies so great – the studio’s attention to all of the little details.

Even though you might never notice it if you don’t know what to look for, all Pixar movies are full of little details that make the films much more immersive. And lucky for us, the keen-eyed users of the r/MovieDetails subreddit were nice enough to point some of them out. Check out a collection of little details that you might have missed in Pixar movies in the gallery below!

#1 In Up (2009), Dug Is The Only Dog To Successfully Track Down The Tropical Bird Because He Is The Only Hunting Dog (Golden Retriever). All The Others Are Guard Dog Breeds

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#2 In Inside Out, The Pizza Toppings Were Changed From Broccolis To Bell Peppers In Japan, Since Kids In Japan Don’t Like Bell Peppers. Pixar Localised The Joke

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#3 In Finding Nemo (2003), Gill Is A Moorish Idol. This Species Is Known To Not Handle Captivity Well, So Him Being The One Who Constantly Comes Up With Escape Plans Makes Sense

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#4 In Wall-E (2008) The Captain Is Physically Incapable Of Wearing The Original Captain’s Uniform, So He Just Wears It Around His Neck With The Top Button

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#5 In “The Incredibles,” The Reason The Court Room Scene Is Drawn As Opposed To Animated Like The Rest Of The Movie Is Because It Is Illegal To Record In A Courtroom Without Proper Supervisions

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#6 In Finding Nemo, Bruce The Shark Starts Crying When Marlin Starts Talking About Nemo, Saying “I Never Knew My Father”. Male Sharks Mate With The Female Then Leave, So Baby Sharks Never Actually Meet Their Father

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#7 In Toy Story 2 (1999) When Al Is About To Hang Up With The Japanese Toy Museum Buying Woody. He Says “Don’t Touch My Mustache”. This Is Him Mispronouncing. “どういたしまして” (Dōitashimashite) Which Means You’re Welcome In Japanese

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#8 In The Pixar Short Boundin’ (2003), A Model T Is Seen Driving Up A Hill Backwards. This Is Because Model T’s Relied On Gravity To Supply Their Engine With Fuel, And Driving Up A Steep Hill Could Cause The Engine To Stall. The Solution, If You Had To Drive Up A Steep Hill, Was To Drive Up In Reverse

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#9 In Soul (2020), The First Soul Assigned Is Number 108,210,121,415. This Lines Up With The Current Estimate From The Population Reference Bureau (Prb), Which Estimates That More Than 108 Billion Humans Have Existed On Earth

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#10 In Ratatouille (2007) When Linguini Is Chopping Leeks For The Soup You Can See A Green Smear On The Cutting Board That Actually Happens When Cutting Green Vegtables. Also His Bite Marks Are Still There From When Remy Bit Him A Couple Of Days Before

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#11 In Cars (2006), Lightning Mcqueen’s Body Shakes Much More Than Mater’s Because Mcqueen Is A Racecar With Firmer Suspension, Which Means The Bumpy Roads Make Him Shake More Aggressively Than Normal Cars That Have Softer Suspension

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#12 Bob Par In The Incredibles (2004) Has Most Of His Cubicle Taken Up By A Pillar Which Is Why It’s So Cramped, I Can’t Believe I Never Noticed This Before

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#13 In Ratatouille (2007) Colette Has A Scar On Her Wrist. The Scars Are Actually From Burn Marks That Chefs In Real Life Have… I Think

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#14 If You Look Closely After The Lightning Strikes The Umbrella Wall-E Is Holding The Electricity From The Bolt Charges His Battery Back To Full

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#15 In Pixar’s ‘A Bug’s Life’(1997) The Grasshopper Leader Hopper Remarks That The Ant Princess Atta Don’t “Smell Like The Queen” While Moving His Antennas Across Her Face. That’s Because It’s How Insects Irl Actually Smell Since They Don’t Have Noses

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#16 In The Incredibles (2004). Dash Is Sitting In The Front Seat. Reflecting The Lax Child Seating Laws Of The Period, 1962. It Wasn’t Until The 80’s That Child Seating Laws Were Enacted

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#17 In The Incredibles (2004), Director Brad Bird Wanted To Give Dash A Realistic Out-Of-Breath Voice In Certain Scenes So He Made Actor Spencer Fox Run Four Laps Around The Pixar Studio Until He Got Tired

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#18 In Inside Out (2015), Riley Wears Maroon And Gold During Her Hockey Tryout. Maroon And Gold Are The Team Colors For The University Of Minnesota Golden Gophers, Minnesota Being The State That The Family Moved From

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#19 For A Scene In Ratatouille (2007) Where Linguini Is Wet From Jumping In The River, They Got A Member Of Crew (Kesten Migdal) To Jump In A Swimming Pool In A Chef’s Uniform To See Where The Uniform Would Normally Stick To On The Body When Wet

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#20 In Toy Story (1995) And Most Other Depictions, Buzz Lightyear Has Accurately Colored Airplane Navigation Lights On The Tip Of His Wings

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