WALL-E Easter Eggs

Pixar is known to fill their films with fun easter eggs and WALL-E is no different. Here are some of the things you may have missed.

The Pizza Planet Truck: The truck has appeared in every Pixar movie since Toy Story (although its pretty hard to find in The Incredibles as its pretty much a blur in a car sequence). “The Pizza Planet actually has a very obvious shot, it’s just probably so quick people aren’t paying attention to it.” The truck can be found in the first 20-minutes of the film as EVE scans the truck as part of her “directive”. It’s really big, almost the full frame on screen. 

Hammy: The character John Ratzenberger voiced in Toy Story appeats in WALL-E’s truck. See the photo below, Hammy can be found right to the left of EVE’s head. John Ratzenberger has been in every Pixar film and is considered their good luck charm.  Ratzenberger voices one of the few human characters in WALL-E whose name  is also John.

A113: What started as an inside joke of CalArts alumni (a reference to the classroom number that was used by Animation students) has been present in not only every Pixar film, but Disney movies, Iron Giant, The Simpsons, Family Guy, American Dad, Powerpuffgirls and Tinytoon Adventures. “A-113 is obvious in this film,” Stanton told /Film. “It’s the most obvious we’ve ever made it.” In Wall-E, A-113 is actually part of Auto Pilot’s “directive” outlined by BuyNLarge CEO Shelby Forthright’s (Fred Willard) video recording. “Directive A-113” is also one of the tracks composed by Thomas Newman for the WALL-E soundtrack.



Eve was actually designed by Apple’s behind-the-scenes design guru Johnny Ive, the guy responsible for the design of the iPod. Andrew Stanton told Fortune: “I wanted Eve to be high-end technology – no expense spared – and I wanted it to be seamless and for the technology to be sort of hidden and subcutaneous. The more I started describing it, the more I realized I was pretty much describing the Apple playbook for design.” Auto’s voice is the creation of MacTalk, Apple’s text-to-speach program. An old mac keyboard can also be found in WALL-E’s truck.

Button: A BuyNLarge advertising jingle can be found at the conclusion of the credits, right after the Walt Disney Pictures logo is displayed.

Orange Caution Cones: The Orange Cones from Toy Story can be found all over abandoned earth, and inside WALL-E’s truck. See photo below.


Skinner’s Scooter: The scooter Skinner used in Ratatouille can be found in the trashpile early in the film. See photo above. (Article from /film)  

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6 thoughts on “WALL-E Easter Eggs

  1. Bubs says:

    Nice! I will look for these when I go to see the film again 🙂

  2. Kristen says:

    This is Genius! Cheers for posting this!

  3. W Renaud says:

    anyone know about the BnL logo on the main menu screen? Just like the Dinoco logo on Cars?

  4. james_jackson says:

    I’m wondering about the BnL logo too!

  5. Jason C. says:

    Very nice analysis.

    I have another observation. In Cars, A113 is the number of the train that nearly hit Lighting McQueen when he was in pursuit of the battery truck, which he thought was Mack.

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