Pixar artists Jim Capobianco and Alex Woo were recently interviewed by the marvelous Art Of The Title blog. That only makes sense when you know that the pair were responsible for the end title sequence of WALL-E which actually completes the story of humanity’s return… Read More »Creators of WALL-E’s end titles interviewed
Creative Screenwriting Magazine has released an exclusive podcast interview with Pixar director Andrew Stanton. The interview is chock full of great material for its 70+ minute length. It covers Stanton’s youth to the future of Pixar, his views on WALL•E, early shorts and commercials, and… Read More »Brilliant Interview with Pixar’s Andrew Stanton
The Simpsons is no stranger to spoofing pop culture. Sunday night WALL-E, the cute trash compactor robot from the Disney*Pixar movie of the same name, was honored with his own 15 seconds of fame. Do you have a favorite Disney spoof from The Simpsons? Mine… Read More »The Simpsons spoofs Wall-E
Microsoft Research and Disney*Pixar have joined together to create a virtual tour of the universe! The tour is hosted by Wall-E, and is narrated by Academy-Award winning director Andrew Stanton. You might have seen the teaser for the tour on the DVD or Blu-ray Disc.… Read More »Tour the Universe from Wall-E’s Perspective!
If you’re like me and wondered while you were watching WALL•E in the theater you wondered what happened to that repair robot who got locked out of the AXIOM when EVE and WALL•E flew in, then you’ll get a real kick out of BURN•E.
Below the cut you’ll find the transcript from a recent roundtable discussion with Director Agnus MacLane.
Previously: My Review of BURN•E, WALL-E on Amazon.
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In addition to the theatrically released short “Presto” Pixar and Disney have decided to include an additional short on the WALL-E DVD and Blu-Ray releases. They did this with Tow Mater and the Ghostlight on Cars to great effect. Here WALL•E is partnered with BURN•E.… Read More »WALL-E DVD available for pre-order; includes exclusive animated short BURN-E
After the amazing reviews and copious amounts of praise it received, this should come as a surprise to no one; but Disney has reportedly decided to push for an Oscar Nomination for Pixar’s WALL-E in both the Best Picture and Best Animated Film categories. Back… Read More »Disney Rolls Out Wall-E for Oscar Best Picture Consideration
Pixar’s robot love film has now passed $218 million at the US Box Office. Disney increased the theaters over the labor day weekend, the 10th week of it’s run, which resulted in a little bump. But if you want to help bump up the box… Read More »WALL-E Rolls On With Big Box Office Numbers