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Star Wars’ Monsters Inc. Cameo Justifies the Best Fan Theory in Cinema

The now out-of-canon Legends-era comic isn’t the only one to include a pop-culture cameo – other issues include Daleks and the Big Boy mascot – but here the gag has some major implications. Star Wars stories famously take place “a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away.” While distance is no issue for the monsters’ technology as seen in the movies, Mike and Sully’s casual appearance long ago hints that just as the Pixar Theory stipulates, their doors really can move them backwards in time. This is supported by the franchise’s further entries, which imply that Mike and Sully enjoy more or less human lifespans, and thus wouldn’t have been around in what’s implied to be an era far distant from the modern-day Earth glimpsed in Monsters, Inc.

While this fun story is no longer Star Wars canon, that doesn’t mean it’s no longer canon for Monsters, Inc., and it’s likely that fans hungry for evidence of the unified Pixar Theory will strenuously argue its relevance. The monsters’ ability to travel through time is one of the biggest logical leaps in the theory, and yet if their Star Wars cameo is to be believed, Mike and Sully proved that the technology seen in Monsters, Inc. can travel through time way before fans realized the potential significance of this discovery.


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Star Wars’ Monsters Inc. Cameo Justifies the Best Fan Theory in Cinema

The now out-of-canon Legends-era comic isn’t the only one to include a pop-culture cameo – other issues include Daleks and the Big Boy mascot – but here the gag has some major implications. Star Wars stories famously take place “a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away.” While distance is no issue for the monsters’ technology as seen in the movies, Mike and Sully’s casual appearance long ago hints that just as the Pixar Theory stipulates, their doors really can move them backwards in time. This is supported by the franchise’s further entries, which imply that Mike and Sully enjoy more or less human lifespans, and thus wouldn’t have been around in what’s implied to be an era far distant from the modern-day Earth glimpsed in Monsters, Inc.

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While this fun story is no longer Star Wars canon, that doesn’t mean it’s no longer canon for Monsters, Inc., and it’s likely that fans hungry for evidence of the unified Pixar Theory will strenuously argue its relevance. The monsters’ ability to travel through time is one of the biggest logical leaps in the theory, and yet if their Star Wars cameo is to be believed, Mike and Sully proved that the technology seen in Monsters, Inc. can travel through time way before fans realized the potential significance of this discovery.

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