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30 Pixar Trivia Questions

Pixar Animation Studios has been captivating audiences with its imaginative and heartwarming animated films for decades. 

From the iconic Toy Story to the enchanting Coco, Pixar’s creations have become an integral part of our childhood memories and cinematic experiences. 

So, if you’re a Pixar fan or just someone looking to test their knowledge, we’ve got a treat for you! 

Get ready to embark on a journey through the Pixar universe with these fun and challenging trivia questions.

Pixar Trivia Questions

  1. In “Toy Story” (1995), what is the name of the fictional TV show that inspired the Buzz Lightyear toy line?

  2. What is the unique identifier (license plate number) of the Pizza Planet truck, a recurring Easter egg in nearly every Pixar film?

  3. In “Monsters, Inc.” (2001), what is the exact number of Sulley’s scare record before Boo’s door is shredded?

  4. Which Pixar movie features a character that was voiced by a then-current Apple Inc. CEO, and what character did they voice?

  5. In “Finding Nemo” (2003), what is the address Marlin and Dory are trying to find to locate Nemo?

  6. What is the name of the short film that introduced Luxo Jr., the lamp that appears in the Pixar logo?

  7. In “The Incredibles” (2004), what is the name of the operation that mandates the relocation of Supers to live in normal society, hiding their powers?

  8. What is the only Pixar film that does not include a character voiced by John Ratzenberger, who is famously known as Pixar’s “good luck charm”?

  9. In “Inside Out” (2015), Riley’s five core memories are primarily happy ones, except for one. What emotion is this exception tied to, and what is the memory?

  10. What is the name of the Scottish clan to which Merida belongs in “Brave” (2012)?

  11. In “Up” (2009), Carl Fredricksen attaches thousands of balloons to his house. Can you name the specific type of bird that accompanies him on his journey?

  12. “Ratatouille” (2007) is set in Paris and revolves around cooking. What is the full name of the critic who eventually helps Remy’s restaurant gain popularity?

  13. In “Cars 2” (2011), British intelligence agent Finn McMissile goes undercover in multiple locations. What is the model and make of Finn McMissile?

  14. “Coco” (2017) introduces audiences to the Mexican holiday of Día de los Muertos. What is the name of Miguel’s idol and famous musician he seeks in the Land of the Dead?

  15. In “Wall-E” (2008), EVE is sent to Earth on a mission. What does EVE stand for?

  16. “A Bug’s Life” (1998) features a group of circus performers. What is the name of the acrobatic flea who leads the circus troupe?

  17. What is the name of the mind-controlling villain in “The Incredibles 2” (2018)?

  18. In “Toy Story 4” (2019), Woody finds himself in an antique shop where he encounters a vintage doll. What is her name?

  19. “Finding Dory” (2016) features a septopus, a seven-legged octopus. What is his name?

  20. In “Onward” (2020), two brothers embark on a quest to bring their father back for a day. What is the name of the van they use for their quest?

  21. In “Monsters University” (2013), what is the name of the fraternity that Mike and Sulley end up joining?

  22. “The Good Dinosaur” (2015) features an Apatosaurus named Arlo, but what is the name of the human boy who befriends him?

  23. “Brave” (2012) is known for its Scottish setting and strong-willed protagonist. Can you name the witch’s unusual price for the spell she gives to Merida?

  24. In “Cars 3” (2017), Lightning McQueen seeks help to get back into racing. Who becomes his trainer?

  25. “Inside Out” (2015) shows Riley moving to a new city. From which U.S. state does Riley’s family move?

  26. “Luca” (2021) features two sea monster friends who dream of living on land. What is the name of the Italian town they explore?

  27. “Soul” (2020) explores themes of passion and purpose. What is the name of the jazz club where Joe hopes to perform?

  28. In “Toy Story 2” (1999), Woody learns he is part of a set from a 1950s TV show. What is the name of the show?

  29. “Finding Nemo” (2003) introduces audiences to a group of sharks who have sworn off eating fish. What is the name of the hammerhead shark?

  30. “Ratatouille” (2007) makes frequent mention of a famous chef’s motto. What is Chef Gusteau’s motto?

Answers

  1. “Woody’s Roundup”

  2. A113, which appears in various forms in nearly all Pixar movies as an Easter egg.

  3. 2,319,671 Scare Points.

  4. “Cars” (2006), where Steve Jobs (then CEO of Apple) is listed as a co-executive producer, not as a voice actor, leading to a common misconception. No current or former CEO of Apple has voiced a character in a Pixar film.

  5. P. Sherman, 42 Wallaby Way, Sydney.

  6. “Luxo Jr.” (1986)

  7. Operation Kronos.

  8. “Soul” (2020) is the first Pixar film where John Ratzenberger’s voice does not appear, marking a departure from tradition.

  9. Sadness, tied to the memory of her former hockey team and friends in Minnesota.

  10. Clan DunBroch.

  11. A “Snipe”, specifically named Kevin, although she is later revealed to be a female.

  12. Anton Ego.

  13. He is designed as a mix of various sports cars and spy cars, with no specific make and model, but he most closely resembles an Aston Martin DB5.

  14. Ernesto de la Cruz.

  15. Extraterrestrial Vegetation Evaluator.

  16. P.T. Flea.

  17. The Screenslaver.

  18. Gabby Gabby.

  19. Hank.

  20. Guinevere.

  21. Oozma Kappa (OK).

  22. Spot.

  23. Merida must give the witch a carved wooden bear in exchange for her services.

  24. Cruz Ramirez.

  25. Minnesota.

  26. Portorosso.

  27. The Half Note Club.

  28. “Woody’s Roundup.”

  29. Anchor.

  30. “Anyone can cook.”
Pixar Trivia Questions

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