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Tag Archives: robot
A new trailer that harkens back the days when trailers were crafted to get you excited about movie, not just reveal huge plot points. Good stuff. Cute too.
Your favorite robot and mine WALL-E is certainly getting around. Previously he was spotted in Los Angeles interacting with some citizens outside a building. Now he’s found his way to a Science Museum in Philadelphia. A friend of The Disney … Continue reading
Finally, images and video of the real life version of the WALL-E robot from the Pixar/Disney summer animated feature in action. This photo and video was taken on an excursion in Los Angeles. WALL-E is going to be huge as … Continue reading
When Pixar wanted to find a futuristic look for “Eve” the love interest for WALL-E, they turned to the one company in the bay area known for being on the bleeding edge of design. “I wanted Eve to be high-end … Continue reading