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Theories have been swirling for years that each and every Disney movie is connected. But is there any truth to it all? Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-Screenrant
Pirates with hooks. Talking lions. Space aliens crashing landing in Hawaii. Over the years, the world of Disney has gone through a wide range of settings and characters for their animated films — but what if they were all connected? The Pixar theory has risen over the years, connecting the isolated branch of digitally animated Pixar films together like Toy Story, Cars, and Monsters Inc. — but what if there was a connected universe in the world of traditional Disney animation? On the surface, it may seem like there’s no way a movie like The Lion King could connect with Treasure Planet — but breaking everything down helps build a plausible universe, connected worlds, and there’s even a surprising way Wreck-It Ralph helps tie things together. By breaking down the layers we can piece together exactly how the theory fits and connect some of the greatest Disney classics of all-time.
The Disney universe of characters and worlds is clearly in its own realm. Talking animals, fairies, and wooden dolls who come to life all feel plausible because of the magic of Disney animation. Connecting these movies is no easy task — mainly because there are so many of them. Starting with Snow White and the Seven Dwarves and extending to modern-day hits like Moana or Ralph Breaks the Internet, there are dozens and dozens of movies to cover.
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