Movies of many kinds are full of little hints and references fans might not have found when viewing the films for the first time: Easter Eggs.
And now, different parts of the Walt Disney Company are revealing some across their biggest properties.
Now you don’t have to miss the fun of spotting Epic Easter Eggs!
On Twitter, Walt Disney Studios, Pixar, Disney Animation, Marvel Studios, Star Wars, Blue Sky Studios, and twentieth Century Studios each presented pictures from different movies inviting fans to detect the Easter Egg.
In some of the posts, the studio presented a hint about what fans ought to be searching for while in others – like the case with Star Wars – they showed a little well-established reality about that film’s concealed detail.
The outcome of these Easter eggs is fun looking at some much-loved movies and keeping in mind that not the entirety of the Easter Eggs are anything but difficult to find, that is what makes it fun!
Continue reading to look at the film Easter Eggs for yourself and let us know what you think in the comments below.
Walt Disney Studio:
There is a Mickey Mouse hidden secretly in some place on the map in Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End. Would you be able to spot him?
Here’s a simple one. Do you recognize the “Timeless buddy” in Toy Story?
Does Baymax have a Kakamora cousin? It sure appears like it. Would you be able to spot it right now in the Moana?
This one is epic. Avengers: Endgame has a great visual callback to Iron Man, as is featured by this Easter Egg uncovered from Marvel Studios.
The red gloves a part of their Quantum suits joined with the connection of their hands showed up on-screen as a reverence to the bend reactor Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) in the past used to control his preliminary suits.
This one is a twofold Easter Egg! Finn’s storm-trooper number is a reference to Star Wars: A New Hope.
While this part of A New Hope references is itself a gesture to a film that affected George Lucas.
20th Century Studio:
This one is about the small details. Look at the corners in these end credits from The Greatest Showman, and you’ll discover a sweet gesture to Wolverine. James Mangold directed both The Wolverine and Logan.