The Frozen-- Tangled-- Little Mermaid Triduum: For tough core Disney fans, among the most interesting scenes in Frozen was when Flynn/Eugene and Rapunzel (Tangled) appeared for Elsa's coronation. Lots of fans believe this is not all too surprising.
Tangled most likely took location in Germany considering that Rapunzel is a German fairy tale. Frozen most likely occurred in Norway, where The Snow Queen (where Frozen is based upon) stemmed. Fans believe that Anna and Elsa's moms and dads left to attend Flynn and Rapunzel's wedding event. In return, Flynn and Rapunzel attended their child's coronation.
The plot starts with Brave, which took location in the Dark Ages. It includes a Witch who has numerous door portals which enabled her to take a trip through time.
This suggests that she has been able to go to "future" Pixar movies, as shown by the Pizza Planet truck and a drawing of Sully (from Monsters, Inc.) in her store. The Witch liked to experiment, producing populaces of animals and sentient devices with human-like characteristics. This sets the tone for the rest of the Pixar franchise: the power struggle between people, animals, and machines.
Some fans also draw a resemblance between The Doctor (Doctor Who) and James Bond. They say that these two characters have the various faces representing the same guy-- therefore, The Doctor and James Bond are both Time Lords. James Bond was also the code word of James Mason. This man was recorded in 1962 for presumably taking United States state secrets.
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How does The Little Mermaid go into the image? Well, Ariel loved exploring a specific sunken ship because location. This ship, however, looked very just like the one Anna and Elsa's parents rode on, and sank in. Maybe on trip between Norway and Germany, the ship sank somewhere near Denmark. Everybody knows The Little Mermaid happened in Denmark.
The Pixar Theory: Some of the highly precious and favorite movies and TV shows were made (or influenced) by Pixar. In July 2013, Jon Negroni suggested a theory which unified the entire Pixar storyline in a single universe over a period of years.
There's a lot more to the concept, consisting of how the machines used BNL to control humans. Furthermore, the lack of people in Cars is most likely since it was set after human beings left earth. The plant in a shoe in Wall E is the central tree in A Bug's Life.
Lastly, the irradiation from excessive pollution in the world likely produced the monsters in Monsters, Inc. way in the future. The energy beasts harness from people is actually from the past. The most significant twist of all is how Boo (Monsters Inc.) might probably be the Witch (Brave)! This brings the Pixar theory to a cycle.
When you have a preferred show or film series that hasn't ended yet, you also have something to anticipate in the long term. You become "unified" in a sense, with other fans of that program or movie. You can link trailers to each other, talk about theories you have about the show, and so on. Thanks to the web, it is now much easier to connect to fellow fans-- you can discuss your favorite at a forum, share various forms of fan art (from illustrations to GIF sets to fan fiction and parody films), schedule viewing parties, and so on. What ares cooler than between-episodes/installments relationships are friendships that exceed the show/movie and even beyond the fandom.