Due to release on June 27, 2008, Disney/Pixar film WALL-E is characterized as animation, family, comedy, sci-fi, and romance. WALL-E is a curious robot who is forgotten on earth when humans leave. Throughout the film, WALL-E develops a love interest in another robot, Eve.

wall-e and eve

WALL-E is produced by Andrew Stanton, who most recently produced Finding Nemo, written by Stanton and Jim Capobianco, and produced by Jim Morris (previously employed by Lucas Film). The music score is composed by Thomas Newman, who also composed the score for Finding Nemo. Stanton conceived of WALL-E before the film Toy Story was produced, but chose to work on Monsters, Inc. next instead because he was hesitant to release a love story film.

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3 Responses

  1. I have been seeing the previews for this new Pixar movie called “Wall-E” for a long time and now it is soon to be released. It looks like a very cute movie and I haven’t not liked one movie that Pixar has put out. I am excited to see this movie. Would you like to win a free advanced screening of the movie? Check out http://www.kiisfm.com/cc-common/ondemand/ to find out how you can get tickets plus get tickets to Disney on top of the screening. Hurry check it out now!

  2. I like the movie walle because it is a very cute movie to watch when you want to during the day when you are not doing anything at your house.

  3. Hello!
    Very Interesting post! Thank you for such interesting resource!
    PS: Sorry for my bad english, I’v just started to learn this language 😉
    See you!
    Your, Raiul Baztepo

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