93% of People Can't Name these Animated Movie from Just One Screenshot! Can You?

By: Shayna
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Animated films are beloved not only for their compelling stories and characters but also for their stunning imagery. Can you identify these animated films from single screenshots?

The Incredibles contains 35 explosions, 189 buttons being pressed, and approximately 640 gunshots.

There are hidden images in the "B" and "E" of the Brave logo. Specifically, they are subtle images of Merida and Elinor.

The “voice” of WALL·E is legendary sound designer Ben Burtt. Burtt is best known for his work on Star Wars, though he’s worked on films like E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial and the Indiana Jones series as well.

The Lego Movie was Morgan Freeman’s first animated film. It is also Wonder Woman’s first theatrical appearance in a feature length film.

Cody Cameron, director of Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, carved and sculpted produce, then took pictures of it in his backyard to get an idea of what real fruits and vegetables looked like in a natural environment. In many cases, real food was studied to ensure authenticity.

The Pirates! Band of Misfits employed 525 people, including 33 animators. 41 people were part of the crew. Filming took place in four pavilions.

Rather than the cowboy he is, the original Woody from Toy Story was a ventriloquist’s dummy. Disney executives requested that he be changed to something else, as ventriloquist’s dummies were usually associated with horror movies, and they didn’t want their cute kids' movie to be terrifying.

Monster House was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature at the 79th Academy Awards, but lost to Happy Feet.

Wes Anderson was so dedicated to making Mr. Fox come to life that the director lent the character his own suit material.

Wallace loved cheese so much that he flew a rocket to the moon because he thought it was made of cheese.

Finding Nemo was the first Pixar movie to take place outside the U.S. The second was Ratatouille (France), followed by Cars 2 (Japan, France, Italy and the UK), and lastly, Brave (Scotland).

The Triplets of Belleville was highly regarded by audiences and critics for its unique style of animation. The film was nominated for two Academy Awards — Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song for "Belleville Rendez-vous."

It took about a week to produce three seconds of animation for Inside Out. 45 animators worked on the movie, which is a much larger team than most Pixar animators.

Christopher Robin named his bear after Winnie, a Canadian black bear that lived at the London Zoo, and a swan named “Pooh” that the family met on vacation. Most of the other characters were also named after Christopher Robin’s toys.

The Emperor's New Groove was originally going to be called "Kingdom of the Sun." It was going to be an ancient Incan adaptation of Mark Twain’s Prince and the Pauper.

The 3-D computer-animated film, Zootopia is the 55th Disney animated feature film. To depict accuracy in the film, research was done in Kenya, as well as Disney’s Animal Kingdom.

Each time an artist finished a scene of Kung Fu Panda, that artist received a fortune cookie with a personalized fortune in it.

Sita Sings the Blues is a tribute to the power of the Ramayana, and an argument for its continuing relevance even outside the borders of the Hindu world.

The Adventures of Tintin is the first animated film directed by Steven Spielberg. Spielberg has always shot his films traditionally, but since he saw Tintin as an animated film, he didn’t mind shooting it digitally.

Stitch was not originally supposed to talk, but when the filmmakers realized the story hinged on him being able to express himself at the film’s end, they began developing his voice. Director Chris Sanders provided Stitch’s voice during test animation, and eventually everyone got so used to it they decided to keep it.

The Girl Who Leapt Through Time is an adaptation of -- and sequel to -- a very popular 1966 novel by Yasutaka Tsutsui. It is a Japanese anime film.

Animators for Rango extensively researched animal eyes and specific light refraction in different types to depict accuracy in the characters. A ton of time was spent on extra animating work to create the character's eyes to be accurate of their animal species.

Ernest & Celestine is based on a series of children's books that follows the endearing friendship of a bear and a mouse. The film received widespread critical acclaim, becoming the first animated film to win the Magritte Award for Best Film. It was also nominated for Best Animated Feature at the 86th Academy Awards, but lost to Disney's Frozen.

Animators of How to Train Your Dragon had to attend “flight school” during production. In this program they would study flight physics and movements of different creatures for realism.

Frankenweenie was the first black-and-white animated feature film ever- which is ironic because the film was actually shot in color.

In Monsters, Inc., Randall's assistant Jeff Fungus is voiced by the famed director and Muppeteer Frank Oz.

Towards the end of Wolf Children, Yuki and Ame look like they're in their early teens despite being 10 and 11 years old. This also applies for the fully human Souhei.

Pixar had real ostriches on the animation campus for inspiration when designing the character Kevin. To lift the house, calculations proved they would need 25 million balloons. There are 10,286 balloons attached to the house in the film.

The crows in The Secret of the Kells are a sign that the Vickings are coming. They are very associated with Odin, the god of battles, death, among other things in Norse mythology.

The first lines of the film Song of the Sea are from the poem "The Stolen Child" by Irish poet William Butler Yeats. It talked about faes who kidnapped children.

When recording lines for a scene in which Remy hugs his father Django, Patton Oswalt (voice of Remy) actually hugged director Brad Bird to achieve a realistic sound.

Mary and Max is based on a true story. Max was inspired by the director's pen pal in New York who he had been writing to for over 20 years.

It took two animators three weeks to knit Mrs. Tweedy's cardigan by hand. It took another person three weeks to complete her dress, which bears a chicken's foot motif.

A Town Called Panic was made over the course of 260 days in a studio on the outskirts of Brussels. 1,500 plastic toy figures were used during filming.

When producing Millennium Actress, the director created a unique combination of both his memories and his imagination to make the film intriguing.

Anomalisa director used stop-motion because he thought it served as underpinning of the narrative of Anomalisa because it draws attention to the small details that viewers would otherwise not notice in live-action film.

It takes an animator an entire day to make just two seconds of animation for the movie, and there were only 17 animators working on Shaun the Sheep Movie. Talk about patience and perseverance!

The "Detroit Zoo" snow globe featured in Coraline contains a model of The Horace Rackham Memorial Fountain, or the "Bear Fountain," sculpted by Corrado Parducci in 1939 as the centerpiece of the Detroit Zoo's reflecting pool.

The title of this film is a reference to the historic city of Persepolis. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature, but lost to Ratatouille.

The title “The Wind Rises” comes from a novel of the same name by Tatsuo Hori, who took a line from Paul Valéry’s poem, “Le vent se lève, il faut tenter de vivre. ” – The wind is rising. We must try to live.

About 5% of the work for The Illusionist was completed in South Korea. According to the director, "It's not a romance, it's more the relationship between a dad and a daughter."

Waltz With Bashir took four years to complete. It is unusual in it being a feature-length documentary made almost entirely by animation, excluding one short segment of news archive footage.

In the Heian period, proper etiquette meant that a lady could not communicate face-to-face with outsiders. Therefore, every time a suitor arrives, Kaguya-hime is sitting behind a screen or blinds, shielded from view.

April and the Extraodinary World is a French film directed by Christian Desmares and Franck Ekinci. It follows a teen girl on a quest to find her missing parents in 1941 Paris.

Tokyo Godfathers was the third animated film directed by Satoshi Kon and the second which he both wrote and directed. The movie takes place beginning on Christmas Eve.

The Boy And The World is part fantasy, part social realism. All the animation in the film is hand-drawn.

Paprika is based on Yasutaka Tsutsui's 1993 novel about a research psychologist who uses a device that permits therapists to help patients by entering their dreams.

It's Such a Beautiful Day originally appeared as a series of animated short films. The film was released on August 24, 2012.

The opening 12 seconds of Ponyo, involving vast schools of fish and undersea creatures, required 1613 pages of conceptual sketches to develop.

The incredibles was originally going to be titled “The Invincibles.” It was the first Pixar movie to receive a PG rating.

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