Most Toy Story 3 easter eggs. Thats a lot<br /> enjoy . Most Toy Stony 3 Eastern Eggs. Most of the stickers in Andy' s room were designed by Erin Magill ( Toy story Easter Eggs lol shadowapocalypse
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Most Toy Story 3 easter eggs

Most Toy Stony 3 Eastern Eggs.
Most of the stickers in Andy' s room were designed by
Erin Magill (One of the art coordinators)
The character of Andy is voiced by John Morris,
the same actor who voiced Andy in the original
films. He is now 26 year' s old.
In toy story 3, Sid is actually a garbage man.
T Voiced by the same
actor in toy storyy
Andy' s calender' used to show a Bug' s Life pictur' es, now it
shows cars (Possible characters?)
the street on which Pixar' s original headquarters were
The pins on the map in Andy' s room correspond to the
hometowns of the pr' eduction staff.
A postcard on the board on top of Andy' s dresser says
Carl and Ellie Fredricksen on . Who are from UP
The Pizza Plant Truck has been in all pixar films...
As well as
The movie opens and closes with a blue sky with clouds on it
that mirrors Andy' s old wallpaper' which helped introduce
Toy Story.
After over 10 year' s, the Aliens still say 'You have saved our'
lives. We are eternally grateful' to Mr. Potato Head.
However', at the end of the film, Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head
repeat the same line to the aliens for saving them from
being incinerated.
Lotso' s fate by the end of the film is similar' to Stinky
Pete' s. Both are unexpectedly found, and then they find
themselves in an unwanted predicament Stinky Pete
becomes stuck with a girl who draws on her toys, while Lotso
becomes a fly for a garbage Truck.
Pay attention to the bulletin board in Andy' s room when
Woody is climbing to the top of the ' easer', not only do you
find easter' eggs from others Pixar' movies, but you also find
out (Thanks to an award) that Andy' s real name is Andrew
The scene where big baby Throws lotso in the bin, is a
reference to star' wars episode 6
Lotso was in up
And thut' s around .
Hope you enjoyed! :D
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