A Pizza Planet delivery truck has appeared in every Pixar film except The Incredibles, and, in a triumph for anachronisms, the tradition has continued into the recently-released Brave. The studio is apparently pretty proud of this, as today they sent out the above photo to reveal just where they squeezed the truck in this time: as a carving in the witch's cottage. They're also pretty proud they snuck Monsters, Inc.'s John Goodman monster into the film, and below you can see another just-released still showing how they did that. Hint: it also involves wood!
Hah! It's funny because the animator who did this wished he would die.
As noted by one of my girlfriend sites, a search for R2-D2 in the new Star Trek has ended. (Also of note: there was a search to find R2-D2 in the new Star Trek?) The above shot has been confirmed to be the fabled cross-franchise, fan-fiction-like appearance by the droid in J.J. Abrams' reboot.
Fans of both series should enjoy the subtle nod from one fictional universe to another, whereas superfans of either series should be vexed for years trying to figure out how to justify a being from a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away showing up in the 23rd century, and determining what disastrous consequences this anomaly may hold for both universes.
Over at Film School Rejects, they're saying the above image is evidence of a Captain America cameo on the Incredible Hulk DVD. Director Louis Leterrier has previously mentioned there would be a glimpse of the patriotic hero, saying:
It’s an Easter egg. It’s not like oh, it’s Captain America and it changes everything. It’s still a Hulk movie, but it’s really Captain America and it’s there, you’ll see. It’s the real deal. You have to look for it.
So this probably is legitimate, even if it does just look like someone buried a tie-dye shirt. But in case you're still doubtful, or even just confused at what you're looking at, I've added some clarifying shots under the cut that should make it all crystal clear.