While it shared some Easter eggs you may not have been aware of, there are a lot more hidden references to be found in Pixar's films, from the Pizza Planet truck to some of your favorite characters hiding in plain site.
INSIDER rounded up some of the best Easter eggs from each of Pixar's 17 movies you may have missed:
"TOY STORY": The license plate on Andy's mom's van reads A113, one of the most significant Pixar Easter eggs you can spot in each film.
When Buzz tries to prove that he can fly, he bounces off of the famous Pixar Luxo ball. It became a popular Easter egg in future Pixar movies to come.
Does the carpet in Sid's house look familiar?
It's a nod to the carpet seen in "The Shining."
"A BUG'S LIFE": A113 appears on a cereal box as Flik heads to the bug city.
The Pizza Planet truck from "Toy Story" can be seen in almost every Pixar movie. Here it is outside a trailer in "A Bug's Life."
A poster for "The Lion King" musical can be seen with the posters in Bug City.
"TOY STORY 2": Take a close look at this arrangement of stars at the start of the movie.
The stars are the outline of the Pixar lamp which appears in the opening logo sequence. It was in Pixar's 1986 computer-animated short Luxo Jr.
It looks like there's an early version of Lotso, the mean-spirited bear viewers meet later in "Toy Story 3," in the Al's Toy Barn ad at the film's start.
It's hard to miss the "Bug's Life" characters Flik and Heimlich during a "Toy Story 2" outtake at the end of the movie.
There are lots of "Bug's Life" references in "Toy Story 2." Mrs. Potato Head can be seen reading a "Bug’s Life" storybook.
There’s a "Bug’s Life"-themed calendar in Andy’s room. You can also spot the giant Mickey watch on the wall behind them.
Right before Buzz comes across a wall of Buzz Lightyear toys, he passes by a series of "A Bug's Life" toys in Al's Toy Barn.
The Pizza Planet truck is used by Buzz, Mr. Potato Head, Slinky, and crew to chase Al to the airport and rescue Woody.
"MONSTERS, INC.": Here's an easy one. Nemo from "Finding Nemo" pops up in Boo's bedroom near the end of the film.
He's not the only pal she has. The Luxo ball and Jessie from "Toy Story 2" are also among her toys.
Nemo can also be spotted in the entry to this room that Randall goes inside.
Randall uses Andy's cloud wallpaper from "Toy Story" to practice his "Monsters, Inc." camouflage skills.
The trailer that Randall winds up in near the film's end is the same one shown in "A Bug's Life." The Pizza Planet truck is still parked outside.
"FINDING NEMO": You may have noticed A113 on the scuba diver's camera.
Look closely and Buzz Lightyear can be spotted in the dentist's waiting room. The airplane he flew around Andy's room is on the bookshelf to the right.
You'll also see a hint at Pixar's next film, "The Incredibles," in "Finding Nemo." Mr. Incredible is on the comic's cover that a child is reading in the dentist's office.
There's a similar image hanging up on Mr. Incredibles's wall in "The Incredibles."
The Pizza Planet truck appears in a blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment when the fish tank crew are escaping the dentist's office.
Mike from "Monsters, Inc." also appears in the closing credits of "Finding Nemo."
"THE INCREDIBLES": If this car in the background looked familiar, it's because it's featured in Pixar's next movie.
That's the same design used for Doc Hudson (Paul Newman) in "Cars."
These two men near the end of "The Incredibles" are actually Disney animators.
They're Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston. They were two of Walt Disney's original animators who were referred to as part of Walt's "Nine Old Men."
The Luxo ball can be seen in the animated short "Jack-Jack Attack" which was included on the DVD release of "The Incredibles."
"CARS": The 95 on Lightning McQueen is a reference to 1995, the year "Toy Story," Pixar's first movie, came out.
McQueen's tires are made by Lightyear, a nod to "Toy Story" character Buzz Lightyear.
One of the sponsors of the races in "Cars" is Dinoco.
It's a fictional company first referenced in "Toy Story."
Numerous trucks seen at a pitstop have references to several Pixar movies. There's one with the initials "FN," presumably for "Finding Nemo." Another labeled iInc. appears to marry together the "Incredibles" and "Monsters, Inc." titles.
"RATATOUILLE": The lab rat Git has a tag with A113 on his left ear.
The Pizza Planet truck can be spotted crossing a bridge when Skinner is going after Remy.
I wouldn't get too close to that mime in "Ratatouille."
That's Bomb Voyage from "The Incredibles."
Linguini's boxers have "The Incredibles" logo.
Here's a closer look.
That shadow of a dog barking at Remy is a familiar face from "Up."
"WALL-E": The Pizza Planet truck gets scanned by Eve in "Wall-E."
This glass mosaic in "Wall-E" looks like one our friends from "Finding Nemo."
It looks a lot like Crush the turtle.
Rex from "Toy Story" can be spotted on one of Wall-E's shelves.
OhMyDisney recently pointed out that this rubble has more meaning than you may think.
It's Skinner's vespa from "Ratatouille."
"UP": When Carl's house begins to float into the sky, we see Lotso from "Toy Story 3" and the Luxo ball in a girl's bedroom.
The Pizza Planet truck can be seen several times during "Up," including once in the street while Carl's house takes off.
A113 can be spotted while Carl is waiting to enter a courtroom.
The famous Luxo ball can be seen as one of the badges on the belt Carl is wearing.
We've seen the brand of soda before that's pinned on Carl's jacket.
It was featured in a commercial for Buzz Lightyear during the first "Toy Story" movie.
"TOY STORY 3": Can you spot the "Finding Nemo" Easter egg in this scene?
Nemo is hiding out as a sticker on Andy's toy box as the toys are confounded by the army men departing for a new life outside of the college-bound teen's bedroom.
Look closely at that magazine Andy's sister Molly is reading.
That's Darla from "Finding Nemo."
A Lightning McQueen wooden car can be spotted in one of the daycare play rooms in "Toy Story 3."
You can see Atta, the name of the princess in "A Bug's Life" on a wall in Sunnyside.
Also in "Toy Story 3," Finn McMissile from "Cars" can be seen on a poster in Andy's room.
Here's Finn from "Cars 2."
This scene isn't in the movie, but an image released for the film shows a postcard on top of Andy's dresser that has "Up" characters Carl and Ellie Fredricksen's names on it.
Buzz's batteries are "BnL," a reference to "Buy n Large" from "Wall-E."
The Pizza Planet truck is what Lotso and his gang hop on after they're abandoned.
"CARS 2": The Pizza Planet truck is an animated car at the Radiator Springs Grand Prix.
When Mater and Lightning McQueen drive by the Radiator Springs Drive-In in "Cars 2," they're playing "The Incredibmobiles," a nod to "The Incredibles."
You can see Merida and her parents in the background at one point.
If that building with the name "Gastows" sounds familiar ...
... it's because it's a play on the name of Gusteau's restaurant in "Ratatouille."
"BRAVE": There are a lot of Pixar references in the Witch's home, including a carving of Sulley from "Monsters, Inc."
That's not all that's there. She also has a carved figure of the Pizza Planet truck.
An eagle-eyed fan noticed A113 was carved as Roman numerals (ACXIII) above the door in the witch's home.
Disney site OhmyDisney says the Luxo ball can be spotted on the Witch's table, too.
"MONSTERS UNIVERSITY": The Pizza Planet truck is outside the JOX fraternity house.
The Luxo ball can be seen in graffiti on the wall behind two characters during the Scare Games's first challenge.
Mike's monster doll little Mikey can be seen in his dorm room and later in his bed.
A poster about the Winds of Change in Randall's room is a callback to one of the chameleon's lines in "Monsters, Inc."
During the last event of the Scare Games, there's a dinosaur toy on the floor that looks like Arlo from "The Good Dinosaur."
Mike's locker has some memorabilia from his girlfriend Celia. Her photo has a note which refers to him as her "googley bear," a nickname she calls him in "Monsters, Inc."
"INSIDE OUT": Joy picks up a memory bubble which shows children going down a slide. It closely resembles the playset at Sunnyside Daycare in "Toy Story 3."
The Luxo ball can be spotted in the living room while Riley is playing with her imaginary friend Bing Bong.
Can you spot the "Ratatouille" reference in this "Inside Out" scene?
That's chef Colette on the cover of a magazine called "Haute Dish."
Here's a reminder of what she looks like.
The Pizza Planet van appears in one of Riley's memories.
Nemo can be spotted on the board game titled "Find Me!" while Joy and Sadness are on their adventure.
Do you recognize this dragon in Riley's mind?
If you've been to Epcot in Walt Disney World, you know that's Figment, the Imagination mascot. Pretty fitting of him to be a figment in Riley's mind.
Arlo, from Pixar's subsequent movie "The Good Dinosaur," is teased during a scene in "Inside Out."
"THE GOOD DINOSAUR": You'll never find Toy Story's Pizza Planet truck hidden in this asteroid belt. Can you see it?
It's there just floating out in space. This is probably the least believable appearance by the truck.
There weren't any cars in the stone age, so Pixar had to get clever when hiding A113. Do you see it here?
It's hidden right there in the sticks!
The Pixar Luxo ball can be found while Arlo and Spot are hallucinating in "The Good Dinosaur."
If this dinosaur silhouette looks familiar, you may have spotted it before in "Toy Story."
It looks a lot like the Dinoco logo used at the gas station where Andy's mom stops.
"FINDING DORY": The A113 license plate pops up once again on a truck near the end of the movie.