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 original soundtrack for Walt Disney/Pixar Animation’s WALL-E is now available. I’m particularly looking forward to Thomas Newman’s score and Peter Gabriel’s original song “Down to Earth”.
Check out the full track list (although some track names may be spoilers):
1. Put On Your Sunday Clothes
2. 2815 A.D.
4. The Spaceship
7. Bubble Wrap
8. La Vie En Rose
9. Eye Surgery
10. Worry Wait
11. First Date
12. Eve Retrieve
13. The Axiom
15. Foreign Contaminant
16. Repair Ward
17. 72 Degrees and Sunny
18. Typing Bot
21. Wall-E’s Pod Adventure
22. Define Dancing
23. No Splashing No Diving
24. All That Love’s About
26. Directive A-113
28. Fixing Wall-E
29. Rogue Robots
30. March of the Gels
32. The Holo-Detector
34. Desperate Eve
36. It Only Takes a Moment
37. Down to Earth
38. Horizon 12.2
Full press release is below the cut:
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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.
Photo: A new sign for the still under construction “Pixar Place” of Disney’s Hollywood Studios. Note the iconic use of Luxo, Jr., The desk lamp that Pixar uses in its logo. I was at Disney’s Hollywood Studios today and spent quite a bit of time… Read More »Pixar’s WALL-E, what are your plans?
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.
WALL-E screenings are beginning to happen with one of the first being the wrap party for Pixar employees. Obviously, there are some slight spoilers, if you want to form your own opinion. Here’s DoomMunky at the Quarter to Three Game Forums who saw WALL-E at… Read More »Early WALL-E Reviews are In for Pixar