A sequel to Inside Out is basically inevitable at this point.
Pixar's latest animated movie not only scored the biggest opening weekend ever for an original film when it hit theaters earlier this year, but it was also instantly loved by everyone -- it cracked the Top 10 on our ranking of Pixar movies! Thankfully, while we wait for Inside Out 2: Attack of Puberty, we can rewatch the first one over and over and over when it arrives on DVD and Blu-ray on Nov. 3.
The best part of rewatching a Pixar movie at home? Finding all the Easter eggs hidden throughout! Here are nine to keep your eyes peeled for:
1. Notice anyone familiar in the family room where young Riley plays?
Look in that basket on the coffee table. It's Chef Colette from Ratatouille on the cover of 'Haute Dish' magazine!
2. What about during Riley's family's road trip to San Francisco? See it?
The birds on the telephone line are the same birds from the Pixar short, For the Birds.
3. This one's a little trickier: Can you spot the egg in this memory?
The dinosaur tail Belongs to Arlo, the star of the next Pixar movie, The Good Dinosaur. The movie doesn't come out until Thanksgiving and Arlo is already making cameos!
4. How about here, as Joy navigates the maze of long-term memory?
This one's classic: The memory ball in the foreground has the Pizza Planet truck from Toy Story --and every other Pixar movie -- in it.
5. Maybe you were too distracted by Bing Bong to notice this easy one?
Obviously that's the Luxo ball from Luxo, Jr. in the corner by the bookcase.
6. And this shot actually has two Easter eggs in it. Can you find them both?
The first is our favorite: The 'Find Me!' board game with a picture of Nemo from Finding Nemo. Why isn't that a real game?!
7. The other is the board game below it, 'Dinosaur World,' another nod to The Good Dinosaur. (Or perhaps to the chain of non-Disney owned theme parks?)
8. This is an expert level egg. If you find this one, we will be impressed.
The noble-looking dragon in that portrait? It's Figment, the mascot of the Imagination Pavilion at Disney World's Epcot Theme Park.
9. And of course, no Pixar movie would be complete without this nod...
A113. Right there in graffiti. For the uninitiated, A113 is a reference to the classroom at Cal State Institute of the Arts where animation students, many of whom went on to work for Pixar, studied.
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