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OK — so, some of you may have already seen the Pixar pop-up details that have been showing up around the streets of New York City. But, after we wrote our post coving the news, some keen-eyed folks found Pixar employee Jay Ward had popped up in one of the photos. That got us to look at his Instagram page again and although we had previously seen the video of the Pizza Planet Truck (because our friend Marco who owns the truck told us he'd be there), we kind of just brushed past it...until, we looked again. Upon watching it again, you can see a kid dressed up as Russell from Up in the foreground shadows asking if anyone needs assistance. We can't believe we missed this the first time around. 

So, what are these pop-up shops and art demonstrations for? Are they hinting at a live-action television show which will be on Disney+ in the fall (as some have speculated), or is it a general promotion for Disney+, nothing that all the feature-length and short films will be available on the service? Or, is it potentially somewhat bigger? With the imagination left uninhibited, Julie said, "is it possible they're opening a New York City office and this is kind of a way to generate interest for the area?" Any way you slice it, we're intrigued — what do you think it could be?

Here are some examples of what's been set up already (from our post).


The first pop-up location was themed after the superstore Buy-N-Large from WALL-E (appeared on May 8 at 29th and 6th Avenue). In the images below, you'll recognize the iconic red tracksuits from the Axiom along with a menu of items blended into a cup (just like in the film). While we can't say any of the items sound appetizing, one guest did remark that the fries in a cup were tasty. As news of this Buy-N-Large pop-up hit social media, many New Yorkers traveled to the location only to find that it had disappeared less than 24 hours after it opened.

Here are two images from Yi Luan's Instagram post.

Monsters, Inc.

The second pop-up, on May 9, was themed around Monsters, Inc., complete with a team of performers dressed up as members of the CDA (Child Detection Agency). If you look closely you'll see the small sock explosion dome straight from the Monsters, Inc. Scare Floor. Reddit user MrHublot (who was present during the performance) noted that a minivan parked alongside the street was marked CDA as well.

Ok Disney is definitely planning something. Same location as yesterday’s BuyNLarge 🤔 from r/Pixar

Toy Story Franchise

The third pop-up showed up late last week (May 14) on 7th Avenue between 30th and 29th, in the form of an Al's Toy Barn storefront — complete with the Toy Story gang walking underneath traffic cones along the busy sidewalks of NYC (you've got to love the Slinky one separated between two cones). Again, Reddit user MrHublot was there and shared a photo showcasing the toys on display. If you look closely, you'll see Woody (in Al's glass case) front-and-center along with Zurg and the Pixar ball.

Al's Toy Barn Pixar pop up shop in New York City


We also happened to notice the Pixarian, Jay Ward, had a post on his Instagram page where a child dressed as Russell (in his Wilderness Explorer outfit) from Up was on the street was asking people if they needed assistance. Of course, the Pizza Planet Truck is also easy to see driving past on the street.
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This is...interesting... There’s totally something in the works here. 
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