Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

The 15 Best Easter Eggs You Might Have Missed In Your Favorite Animated Films.

Only Art Lovers Need Apply

Only Art Lovers Need Apply

Walt Disney Pictures/Public Domain

In a scene from "Beauty And The Beast," Mrs. Potts, Cogsworth and Lumière hold a secret meeting to figure out how to get Belle to fall in love with the Beast. The scene takes place in a hallway that’s filled with sculptures and paintings. One of those paintings is actually the infamous "Girl With A Pearl Earring," by artist Johannes Vermeer. The next one is hidden in a scene that spoofs a well-known TV show.

Breaking Bad

Breaking Bad

Walt Disney Pictures/Ron Asadorian

In "Zootopia," the plot revolves around the illegal operation that creates the blue serum that turns all of the animals wild. If you didn’t notice, it’s a poke at the show "Breaking Bad." But that’s not the only Easter egg. In Woolter’s lab there’s a board with photos pinned all over it. One of those photos makes fun of the “Sad Keanu” meme. You probably only caught the next one if you’re good at geography.

Bonded By Africa

Bonded By Africa

Paramount Pictures

In "Madagascar 2," Alex the lion is on the island where he was born and he gets reunited with his long-lost parents, Zuba and Florrie. They realized their relation when they found out Alex and his dad had matching birthmarks on their right paws. If you’re paying close attention, you can see the birthmark looks just like Africa! This next Easter egg with make you wonder what the backstory is.

A Family Home

A Family Home

Pixar Animation Studios

In the movie "Inside Out," there’s a scene where Riley is building a house of cards while sitting at her dining room table. You may have to look closely, but the deck that she is using is one-of-a-kind. They have the faces of Riley, her mom and her dad as the King, Queen, and the Joker! The next one wasn’t actually an egg until a long two years after it came out!

It Speaks For Seuss

It Speaks For Seuss

Universal Pictures/Illumination Entertainment

In 2010, the hilarious "Despicable Me" came out. Margo, Gru’s oldest daughter, wears a shirt that has the Dr. Suess character, the Lorax, on it. The shirt was indeed a hint as to what the next upcoming film put out by Illumination Entertainment would be. Two years later, "The Lorax" hit the big screen.

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