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The Significance of Code A-113 in Disney, Pixar, and Marvel Films: An Exploration of its Meaning

Disney Pixar movies are known for having a common code hidden in them, known as an ‘easter egg’. This code, A-113, can be found in many of the company’s animated productions such as ‘Finding Nemo’ and ‘Toy Story’, as well as other popular films like ‘Cars’, ‘The Incredibles’, ‘A Bug’s Life’, and ‘Ratatouille’. The animators behind these films have cleverly hidden this code as a nod to their alma mater, the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts).

Multiple conspiracy theories have emerged around the meaning of the A-113 code, but it is simply the room number where many Pixar animators attended classes at CalArts. Notably, two of Pixar’s prominent creators, John Lasseter and Brad Bird, were in the same class and later incorporated the code into their films as a subtle homage.

The A-113 code can be spotted in various scenes of different Disney and Pixar movies, serving as a distinctive trademark of the animators. Some examples include ‘Up’, ‘Princess and the Frog’, ‘The Incredibles’, and ‘Animals’, among others.

Johan Steven Guerrero. EL TIEMPO Editorial.

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