If you know me, you know I’m a big fan of Pixar’s animated feature WALL-E. The 2008 movie from director Andrew Stanton has at its heart a love story between a dedicated trash compactor and an advanced robot. Both share the same mission of saving… Read More »How to draw WALL-E and Eve
Wall-E is my favorite Pixar movie of all time. It’s not even close in my book. Okay, maybe Ratatouille is in the conversation. When it comes on the TV I have to stop and watch the amazing world and story created by Pixar for this… Read More »Pixar’s Wall-e — From Script to Screen
One of the things I love about “Happily Ever After,” the new fireworks and projection show at the Magic Kingdom, is that it features one of the rare appearances of Wall-E and Eve in a Disney attraction. The 2008 Pixar film is one of my… Read More »Should Wall-E have a larger presence in the parks?
In my opinion Pixar’s WALL-E is pretty much the perfect motion picture achievement, but even great films have problems. The awesome YouTube channel ‘Cinema Sins’ has turned their sin counter toward WALL-E and Eve. Turns out even great films have some sins. The following video… Read More »Just how perfect a film is Pixar’s WALL-E? We find out
Here is a quick way to escape the Monday doldrums for all you Sci-Fi fans, take a few minutes to play “Where’s Wall-E”. Richard Sargent created this terrific illustration that challenges you to find Wall-E in his amazing illustration featuring dozens of robots. Bonus Points for… Read More »Where’s Wall-E Illustration Rocks the Robot Universe
In a move that is sure to bolster the United States Post Office’s failing bottom line, the chief creative officer of Walt Disney Studios and Pixar Animation Studios, John Lasseter, and deputy postmaster general, Ronald Stroman, unveiled the USPS Send a Hello Forever stamp series… Read More »John Lasseter unveils Pixar USPS Stamps
Two new trailers for the upcoming video game “Disney Universe” were released by Disney Interactive Studios. It was also announced on Twitter that the game will be at the Disney Gaming Pavilion at D23. Click here to read more about the game, or watch the two following trailers that give a preview of the Wall-E and Lion King themed worlds. (The Lion King one gives some nice hints as to the type of mini-games that will be included in Disney Universe.)
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I found these drawings of Pixar characters as Star Wars characters to be particularly fun. Disney does create new Star Wars themed Disney toys every year for Star Wars Weekends, so perhaps they’ll find some way to partner with this artist for his ideas.