Ben Child asks a very intriguing question: Does the idea of Pixar – or rather, Pixar’s people – moving into live action appeal to you? And do you expect to see Stanton thrive in his new arena, or struggle to make waves outside his natural… Read More »Can the Pixar Magic transfer to Live Action
The NY Times visits with WALL-E Director Andrew Stanton. In it Stanton denies that he created WALL-E as an allegory for our abuse of the planet. “I was writing this thing so long ago, how could I have known what’s going on now?” he said.… Read More »Stanton denies WALL-E is an environmental allegory
- Lead Character Animator Agnus MacLane reveals what went into designing the robots WALL-E and EVE over on Variety. Good stuff.
- O-Meon reveals that Disney.com will be getting a WALL-E makeover beginning this Tuesday. Disney.com has over 25 million visitors a day, that’s some good marketing.
- From Upcoming Pixar we learn that the DVD short for WALL-E is going to be called “BURN-E“. It’s about a robot named, bet you can’t guess… BURN-E. Some of the musicians hired for the recording let loose the secret.
- Wired cornered Director Andrew Stanton and got him to reveal what sci-fi films inspired WALL-E.
- If you haven’t seen the featurette “Pixar Goes Space Age” with Andrew Stanton and Roger Deakins, FirstShowing.net has it for you.
- IESB.net has 6 preview clips from the film. Spoiler warning, obviously.
Below the cut is the latest trailer “Cities”, the best yet.
Pixar has released a new featurette in advance of WALL-E’s June 26th release called “The Man and the Machine.” It’s another great look at director Andrew Stanton and his vision for the film. There are a few moments that might be considered spoilers, so be… Read More »New WALL-E featurette from Pixar