Pixar loves challenging fans in every animated movie and "Finding Dory" is no exception. The popular animated studio has carefully placed Easter eggs for viewers to find and one of them is a character from the blockbuster Pixar animated movie "Inside Out."
Cinema Blend has revealed a few Easter eggs in "Finding Dory" and one of these is Riley Anderson from "Inside Out." The beloved character was spotted watching Dory from behind the glass in a huge tank at the Marine Life Institute. The report said that this makes perfect sense since Riley moved from the Midwest to San Francisco where Marine Life is. Riley's appearance is a "blink and you'll miss it' moment that Pixar has carefully mastered in most of its films and of course, there's a few more.
Business Insider revealed the most common Easter egg in most Pixar movies and that is carefully placing A113, a symbol that most CalArts graphic designers and character animators can relate to. A113 references to a CalArts classroom where animators and artists used to study. A113 is also visible from the tags of Rudder and Fluke, resident marine creatures of the institute.
There's no doubt that most viewers have seen the horn of the truck with the A113 license plate. The horn has Captain America's emblem star which is visible on the Captain's uniform and shield, an Easter egg referencing Marvel's "Captain America."
Still another Easter egg is on the boat that took Dory outside Marine Life Institute. On the side of the boat read PA1200 which is Pixar's address 1200 Park Avenue.
Finally, another beloved character returns. Remember scary Darla from "Finding Nemo?" She's the dentist's niece with the horrendous braces. A picture of Darla is spotted at the background of the office where Dory was placed when she first arrived at the Institute. It's easy to miss; viewers might have to pause, rewind and zoom to check this out.
Fans can now watch "Finding Dory" and hunt for these Easter eggs as the animated movie is now available on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD.
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