Beautiful Teaser Poster for Pixar's Wall-E
The one upcoming animated film I'm really looking forward to next year is Pixar's Wall-E. Partially because I'm a Pixar fanboy and partially because I'm a sucker for sci-fi, and when you combined those two, you get Wall-E, and me going insane with anticipation at every mention. So far the details on the film have been rather exciting, including that it won't have dialogue, and the photos from it look even better. Yesterday a new teaser poster debuted and it's easily one of the most beautiful posters I've ever seen.
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I agree, it is quite beautiful. I actually prefer this one to the corrected version which contains "From the creators of Finding Nemo" and some other text. It can be found here if your interested. http://upcomingpixar.blogspot.com/2007/09/wall-e-teaser-poster.html Love the site btw. It has the least ads out of the main movie news sites that I visit and the content is always good.
Thomas Huxley on Sep 28, 2007
Great poster. I want one.
Heckle on Sep 28, 2007
It's an okay poster; just OK. Nothing special. It's got that E.T / Short Circuit look about it. The teaser trailer was cool, though, with the morphing through the Pixar catalogue of the past ten years or so.
Mark on Sep 29, 2007
[...] We also have another Judd Apatow incarnation, the dubious yet potentially fun Walk Hard with John C. Reilly as Johnny Cash meets Jim Morrison. Well, at least the poster is a little Morrison. We also have to offer a look at Tom Jane’s upcoming flick, the Frank Darabont directed The Mist. Oh yeah, that is based on a book by some writer named Stephen King. I’m not familiar with his work. And finally, in honor of last week’s DVD release Bloodrayne 2: Deliverance we give you the poster to uber-director Uwe Boll’s Postal. Do enjoy. Wall-ECourtesy of FirstShowing.net [...]
Interesting.. This poster makes it look like his treads are on the outside of the robot frame, and the other http://bp0.blogger.com/_nIqrDPD-Np8/Rz1pQFBlkOI/AAAAAAAAA1k/NVGFSmbJ6ew/s1600-h/poster1.jpg makes it look like they are inside the frame... Hrm.. Optical illusion?
ewr2san on Nov 21, 2007
Good post, ewr2san. I prefer the "Johnny Five" look better, with the tracks on the outside. Maybe Pixar redesigned him for the second poster because of the similarities with the 1986 movie 🙂
avoidz on Nov 22, 2007
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