Pixar movies are known for their Easter eggs, or hidden gems and messages inserted into films. Often, the studio will tease future films or give nods to previous works in its movies. For instance, Lotso from 2010's "Toy Story 3" appears briefly in the previous year's "Up."
When you go see "Finding Dory," out in theaters this weekend, among the Easter eggs in the film is a nod to a character from the film's predecessor, 2003's "Finding Nemo."
In the film, Dory sets out to find her parents and winds up at the Marine Life Institute, a rehabilitation center for fish and water dwellers. It's while Dory's there that you can spot a familiar face lurking in the background of the facility.
In case you miss it, Pixar actually released an image with the Easter egg in it months ago.
Can you spot it?
Have a closer look:
Remember her? That's Darla, the niece of the dentist from "Finding Nemo."
She must be related to someone who works at the Marine Life Institute.
Keep your eyes peeled while seeing "Finding Dory." There are surely some more Easter eggs hiding in plain sight.
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