1. Nemo actually died with his mom, so Finding Nemo is about Marlin going through the stages of grief.


"Nemo" means "no man" in Latin, and each encounter he has throughout the movie represents the stages of grief, in order: Denial, anger, bargaining, despair, and acceptance.

2. Bing Bong from Inside Out was actually a monster who worked at Monsters, Inc.


He was assigned to Riley’s room to make her laugh so the city could collect energy, but Riley got so comfortable with him that she treated him as an imaginary friend.

3. Boo from Monsters, Inc. grew up to be the witch from Brave.


She grew up missing "Kitty" so much that she devoted the rest of her life to finding him, and she did so, using the doors in Monsters, Inc. A carving of Sulley also appears in the background of Brave, fueling the idea that the witch knows who he is.

4. In Toy Story, Andy's parents are going through a divorce.


This theory's been around for awhile, but makes sense: We never see his dad, he's not in any family photos around the house, and his mom never wears a wedding ring.

5. ... or his dad is dead.


Andy's very attached to his two toys — both strong males — which seem to represent the missing father figure in his life.

(Source: Buzzfeed.com)

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