'The Rise of Skywalker' is on Disney+ as part of Star Wars Day, so it's a good time to have a look through at some of these little details.
It’s that time of year again. Cracking open your choice of hollow, chocolate-y Easter eggs is an annual delight, whether you're breaking Lent or just using it as a welcome excuse to indulge in our favourite sweet treats.With that in mind, we've rounded up the very best chocolate eggs under £20 – as taste tested by the Yahoo UK team (because someone had to do it).Highlights among staffers included the nostalgia-factor of a giant Kinder egg, while a popcorn-studded variety from Divine proved a surprise favourite. Among these, there were disappointments. The Reese’s Egg, pegged to be a firm favourite among the team, fell down for its lack of actual peanuts, while the impressive-looking giant Moser Roth egg from Aldi was accused of putting style over substance.Curious? Click through the gallery to see our verdict on the most exciting Easter Egg launches of the season.
This year was jam-packed full of movies with in-universe movie references and cool bits of trivia – comedic treats that only eagle-eyed fans will spot.
There are more than hidden Mickeys in Disney's smash-hit sequel 'Ralph Breaks the Internet', and we have the photographic evidence to prove it.
Ralph Breaks The Internet satirises internet giants like eBay and Google, but its best gags are aimed directly at the Walt Disney Company.
Like most Pixar films, Inside Out deserves multiple viewings to appreciate the artistry at work — and also appreciate all the sly Easter eggs, in-jokes, and references the creators crammed in. “It’s fun to see how much you can actually spot in there,” co-director Ronnie Del Carmen told us, admitting that even he doesn’t catch them all. The orbs in Headquarters and stacked on the shelves of Long Term Memory contain a plethora of callbacks to other Pixar films.
Today, Disney shared these exclusively with Yahoo Movies. Known as “easter eggs,” Disney has become pretty famous for sneaking these self-references into films — to the delight of megafans. It wouldn’t be a proper Disney easter egg list without a hidden Mickey.