A Lightly Annotated List of Number 22’s Mentors in Pixar’s Soul
If you’ve watched Pixar’s latest feature Soul, we recommend checking out this super fun list from Leah Schnelbach at Tor.com.
One of the best aspects of Pixar’s Soul is a running gag about all the famous people who have tried to mentor the recalcitrant Number 22, voiced by Tina Fey. We meet a few of these figures via flashback (and Den of Geek has a great educational post about these on-screen mentors), but what caught my attention was 22’s Wall of Fame. Number 22 has a massive collection of name badges, presumably of everyone who has ever tried to guide them, and with some creative screengrabs I was able to read quite a few of them.
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