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Did you know that the toolbox in Sid's bedroom of torture had a Binford logo on it? That's right, it's the same Binford tool company from the television show Home Improvement. Or, that Barbie was originally slated to be in the first installment, but licensing issues prevented it from happening? Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a cat Christmas tree disaster.

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If Pixar were to create a superhero-based animated feature, we can only hope that it includes some well known characters such as Iron Man, Batman, Spider-Man, The Hulk, Wolverine, and more. However, getting the DC license may be an issue. Continue reading for Jon Negroni's mind-blowing Pixar theory.

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Pixar storyboard artist Emma Coats tweeted 22 rules of storytelling back in 2011, learning the 'guidelines' from her senior colleagues on how to tell a perfect story. Last week, artist and User Experience Director at Visceral Games (an Electronic Arts subsidiary), Dino Ignacio, created a series of image macros of the 22 rules. Continue reading to see them all.

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The top-grossing film on its opening weekend, Toy Story went on to earn over $361 million worldwide. Reviews were entirely positive, praising both the animation's technical innovation and the screenplay's wit and sophistication, and it is now widely considered by many critics to be one of the best animated films ever made. Now here's how two of its most famous characters would look in a Japanese anime, or so one fan thinks. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny school pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of exactly how a space toilet works.

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The Lion King earned $422,783,777 in North America and an estimated $528,800,000 in other territories for a worldwide total of $951,583,777. It's the second-highest-grossing animated film of all time worldwide and the highest-grossing film of Walt Disney Animation Studios. Continue reading for more interesting things you may not have known about the movie.

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In addition to someone finding a real-life Monsters Inc. scene at their local hardware store, did you know that this movie suffered from two lawsuits against the filmmakers, filed by Lori Madrid before the film's release and Stanley Mouse in 2002 respectively, that were ultimately dismissed? If not, continue reading for more interesting things about Monsters Inc.

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Are you a Disney fan that seems to spot things from your favorite films in real-life? For example, would you have thought of The Lion King if they were spotted walking alongside the road, or at a zoo? We've rounded up 9 real places that inspired objects in famous Disney films. Continue reading to see them all.

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Michael McMaster always wanted his very own Wall-E robot since watching the film. So, he spent the last 5-years building a real life-sized version, complete with tank tracks and voice. Let's just hope he's planning on building a real-life Eve to keep Wall-E company. Continue reading for a video.

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Emma Coates, Pixar's story artist, recently tweeted the 22 rules of storytelling, or at least the ones needed to make a perfect film. Our favorite would have to be coming up with an ending before writing the middle. Click here to view the first image in this week's WINS gallery. Continue reading for one of the most amazing golf shots ever captured on video.

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Have you ever wondered if all the Pixar movies are connected somehow? If so, then wonder no more. According to Jon Negroni, they all exist in the same universe, starting with the movie Brave, which is set in the Dark Ages, and explains why animals can have human characteristics. Continue reading for more.

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