Pixar Theory Timeline

50 Interesting Pixar Theory Timeline

List of Interesting Pixar Theory Timeline:

“The Good Dinosaur” – This movie takes place millions of years ago, before the emergence of humans. It establishes a world where dinosaurs are the dominant species.

“Brave” – The events of this movie take place in medieval Scotland, where a young princess named Merida discovers magic and changes her fate.

“The Incredibles” – This movie takes place in the 1960s or 1970s, where a family of superheroes tries to hide their powers from the world.

“Toy Story” – This movie takes place in the 1990s, where a group of toys come to life and go on adventures.

“Toy Story 2” – This movie takes place shortly after the first one, where Woody and Buzz Lightyear must rescue a toy named Jessie from a collector.

“Finding Nemo” – This movie takes place in the present day, where a clownfish named Marlin goes on a journey to find his son, Nemo.

“The Incredibles 2” – This movie takes place shortly after the first one, where the Incredibles face a new villain called Screenslaver.

“Ratatouille” – This movie takes place in Paris in the 2000s, where a rat named Remy dreams of becoming a chef.

“Wall-E” – This movie takes place in the distant future, where Earth has become uninhabitable and a robot named Wall-E cleans up the planet.

“Up” – This movie takes place in the 2010s, where an elderly man named Carl goes on a journey to South America with his house attached to balloons.

“Toy Story 3” – This movie takes place several years after the second one, where Andy’s toys are donated to a daycare center and must escape.

“Cars” – This movie takes place in a world where cars are the dominant species.

“Cars 2” – This movie takes place shortly after the first one, where Lightning McQueen becomes involved in international espionage.

“Cars 3” – This movie takes place several years after the second one, where Lightning McQueen tries to make a comeback in the racing world.

“Monsters University” – This movie takes place before the events of “Monsters, Inc.”, where Mike and Sulley meet in college.

“Monsters, Inc.” – This movie takes place in the present day, where monsters scare children to generate energy for their world.

“The Good Dinosaur” (Post-Credits Scene) – In this post-credits scene, a group of pterodactyls from “The Good Dinosaur” fly over the landscape, suggesting that the movie takes place in the distant past of the Pixar universe.

“Inside Out” – This movie takes place in the mind of an 11-year-old girl named Riley.

“Coco” – This movie takes place in Mexico during the Day of the Dead, where a boy named Miguel discovers his family’s connection to music.

“Finding Dory” – This movie takes place shortly after “Finding Nemo”, where Dory tries to find her family.

“The Incredibles 2” (Post-Credits Scene) – In this post-credits scene, the Underminer appears, setting up a potential sequel.

“Onward” – This movie takes place in a world of elves, trolls, and other magical creatures who have lost their connection to magic. Two elf brothers, Ian and Barley, set out on a quest to bring their father back to life for one day.

“Soul” – This movie takes place in New York City, where a jazz musician named Joe Gardner dies and goes to the Great Before, where souls are prepared for life on Earth.

“Luca” – This movie takes place in a fictional seaside town on the Italian Riviera in the 1950s, where a young sea monster named Luca befriends a human boy named Alberto.

“Turning Red” – This upcoming movie is set to release in 2022 and takes place in Toronto in the 2000s, where a young girl named Mei Lee turns into a giant red panda when she gets too excited.

“Lightyear” – This upcoming movie is set to release in 2022 and is based on the character of Buzz Lightyear from the “Toy Story” movies. It will follow Buzz’s origin story as a test pilot for Star Command.

“Dug Days” – This upcoming series is set to release on Disney+ in 2021 and follows the adventures of Dug, the talking dog from “Up”, as he adjusts to life with his new family.

“Cars” (Post-Credits Scene) – In this post-credits scene, Mater tells Lightning McQueen a story about a UFO he saw in the sky, setting up a potential sequel or spinoff.

“Brave” (Post-Credits Scene) – In this post-credits scene, it is revealed that the witch who gave Merida the magic spell is actually Boo, the little girl from “Monsters, Inc.” who has traveled back in time. This suggests that the events of “Brave” take place in the distant past of the Pixar universe, before the events of “Monsters, Inc.”

“Jack-Jack Attack” – This short film takes place during the events of “The Incredibles” and follows the misadventures of the baby Jack-Jack as he develops his superpowers.

“Mater and the Ghostlight” – This short film takes place after the events of “Cars” and follows Mater as he tries to scare Lightning McQueen with a made-up ghost story.

“Your Friend the Rat” – This short film takes place after the events of “Ratatouille” and features the rats Remy and Emile educating the audience about the importance of rats in history.

“Partly Cloudy” – This short film takes place in a world where storks deliver babies, and follows the story of a stork named Peck who struggles to deliver a particularly difficult baby.

“Presto” – This short film takes place during the events of “Wall-E” and follows a magician’s rabbit named Presto as he tries to get revenge on his neglectful owner.

“Day & Night” – This short film takes place in the minds of two characters named Day and Night and explores the concept of perspective and how different people see the world in different ways.

“La Luna” – This short film takes place in the world of “Brave” and follows a young boy named Bambino as he learns the family business of sweeping shooting stars off the moon.

“Small Fry” – This short film takes place during the events of “Toy Story 3” and follows a miniature Buzz Lightyear toy as he tries to escape from a fast food restaurant.

“Hawaiian Vacation” – This short film takes place after the events of “Toy Story 3” and follows the toys as they go on a vacation to Hawaii.

“Party Central” – This short film takes place after the events of “Monsters University” and follows Mike and Sulley as they try to throw a party for their fraternity.

“Riley’s First Date?” – This short film takes place after the events of “Inside Out” and follows Riley’s parents as they deal with the challenges of their daughter growing up and going on her first date.

“Lava” – This short film takes place over millions of years and tells the story of two volcanoes, Uku and Lele, who fall in love.

“Sanjay’s Super Team” – This short film takes place in the world of “The Incredibles” and follows a young boy named Sanjay as he imagines himself and his Hindu gods as superheroes.

“Lou” – This short film takes place on a playground and features a creature made up of lost and found items who helps teach a bully about kindness.

“Bao” – This short film takes place in a Chinese-Canadian household and tells the story of a dumpling that comes to life and helps a woman deal with empty nest syndrome.

“Float” – This short film takes place in a world where children with the ability to float are seen as outcasts, and follows a father’s journey to accept his son for who he is.

“Loop” – This short film takes place during a canoeing trip and features two kids who don’t speak the same language learning to communicate with each other.

“Out” – This short film takes place in a world where people can swap bodies with their pets and follows a man who is struggling to come out to his parents.

“Wind” – This short film takes place in a world where people collect and bottle the wind, and follows a grandmother who teaches her grandson about the power of nature.

“Turning Red 2” (hypothetical) – This would be a sequel to “Turning Red” and could potentially continue Mei Lee’s story as she learns to control her transformations and navigate life as a teenager.

“Dante’s Lunch” – This short film takes place in the world of “Coco” and features Dante the dog on his misadventures as he tries to find a bone to eat.

“Purl” – This short film takes place in a corporate office and follows a pink ball of yarn named Purl who is trying to fit in with her male co-workers.

“Kitbull” – This short film takes place in a city and follows the unlikely friendship between a stray kitten and a pit bull who has been mistreated by his owner.

“Smash and Grab” – This short film takes place in a futuristic city and follows two robots who break free from their monotonous jobs and go on a quest for freedom.

“Loop 2” (hypothetical) – This would be a sequel to “Loop” and could potentially follow the two kids from the first film as they continue to explore their differences and similarities.

“Wind 2” (hypothetical) – This would be a sequel to “Wind” and could potentially follow the grandson from the first film as he learns to harness the power of the wind and use it for good.

“Chestnut: Hero of Central Park” – This film takes place in New York City and follows a golden retriever named Chestnut who helps his young owner save Central Park from being turned into a shopping mall.

“Geri’s Game” – This short film takes place in a park and follows an elderly man named Geri as he plays a game of chess against himself.

“One Man Band” – This short film takes place in a busy square in Italy and follows two street performers as they compete for the attention of a young girl.

“Luxo Jr.” – This short film features the iconic Luxo Jr. lamp and its playful interactions with a ball.

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