In today’s Round-Up, we are discussing something I missed in Toy Story 4. We will also show you some original limited-edition NBA giveaway hats designed by local artists. Finally, we will look at how one cap company celebrated Black History Month.
A Bobblehead Will Finally Appear in a Toy Story Movie
This article is a little bit outdated considering Disney+ wasn’t even a thing when it was published. But I saw Toy Story 4, and while my eagle eye spotted Monsters Inc.’s Boo in Bonnie’s classroom, I did not catch this little Easter egg.
In the film, there is apparently an Oakland A’s bobblehead of Rickey Henderson, I would assume in the antique shop. As you know, both bobbleheads and giveaway hats are traditional souvenirs to be taken home from a MLB game.
Six Chicago Artists are Giving Bulls Fans the NBA’s Most Inspired Giveaway Hats
The Chicago Bulls recruited local artists around the Windy City to design caps that would be given away at NBA games.
’47 Brand Debuts Line Celebrating Historically Black Colleges and Universities
To celebrate Black History Month, headwear company, ’47 Brand, released a line of snapbacks, dad hats and other apparel to mark the achievements of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). The following educational institutions are included in the line:
- Morehouse College
- Spelman College
- Clark Atlanta University
- Hampton University
- Howard University
- Lincoln University
- Tuskegee University
- NC A&T
- Grambling State University
- Morgan State University
- Bethune-Cookman University
- Florida A&M
Did you spot the bobblehead in the movie? Am I just blind? Call me out in the comments below for my lack of observation. You can also follow us on Instagram and Facebook using the hashtag #hatswork.