There Is A Strange Code In All Of The Pixar Movies But What Exactly Does It Mean? (Photos)

Robert Anthony

If you’ve never noticed this code, you’ll definitely be looking around for it after this. For years now, the numbers “A113″ have been popping up all over various Pixar movies like “Toy Story,” “Up” and “Finding Nemo,” just to name a few.

Eventually, the Internet caught on and everyone began searching for the code’s true meaning. However, once the code began popping up beyond just Pixar movies, things got even weirder. What does “A113″ actually stand for?

Check out screenshots of the movies it can be seen in below!

“Toy Story”


“A Bug’s Life”


“Finding Nemo”


“Up”


“Monsters, Inc.”


“WALL-E”


“Ratatouille”


“Cars”


“Cars”


“The Incredibles”


“Cars 2″


Things got strange when the code moved beyond just Pixar movies. Here it is in the “The Brave Little Toaster.”


“The Princess and the Frog”


“The Iron Giant”


“Lilo & Stitch”


Things got even stranger when the code started popping up on TV shows like “American Dad.”


“The Simpsons”


“The Simpsons”


What did it mean? Is it some sort of alien code from outer space? Is it demonic? Is it some kind of cult? Nope.


It’s just the number of the room where a bunch of animators for Pixar, Disney and more got their start at the California Institute of Arts!

H/T: Imgur, Photos Courtesy: Pixar

Robert Anthony

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