A little robot called WALL-E rolls its way into movie theaters tonight at midnight and then into the hearts of millions. This post will be a clearing house for all the news, reviews, and great links I can find on Pixar’s feature animated hit WALL-E.… Read More »WALL-E Reviews and Mega Link Collection
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
Before there was WALL-E, Disney’s most famous robot was V.I.N.CENT the robot from Disney’s “The Black Hole.” His name is an acronym for Vital Information Necessary, CENTralized. (Man, that was a stretch.) Although he was essentially a poor-man’s R2D2, he could hover, fight, and even… Read More »V.I.N.CENT rides again?
WALL•E Meets the Space Needle Originally uploaded by indigoskye WALL•E, the robot from Disney/Pixar’s upcoming animated feature release “WALL•E,” checks out the Seattle sights, developing a special – though not surprising interest in the city’s landmark Space Needle. Built in 1962, the Space Needle served… Read More »WALL•E Meets the Space Needle
Some quick news from the world of Pixar’s WALL-E.
- Some preview screenings are happening tonight. So look for more early reviews to trickle out tomorrow. The early buzz is very good so far.
- A website is up with a demo of the Playstation WALL-E game.
- The Scotsman has a wide ranging interview with Sound Designer Ben Burtt and Producer Jim Morris.
- Instructables shows you how to build your own WALL-E in 50 easy steps.
- There’s a new trailer “A Space Journey In Sound” at RottenTomatoes.
Finally, below the cut you’ll find another cute vignette of Wall-E encountering a fire hydrant.
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 Blog was there and sends… Read More »Real Life WALL-E makes another appearance, this time in Philadelphia
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 even this version is too cute.
See the video on Vimeo! (or below the cut) Almost 20,000 people have already seen the video. That’s cool.
Btw, this is the version that is supposed to eventually make it’s way to schools, children’s hospitals and theme parks.