Must Watch: Wall-E Meets a Vacuum!
I know it's Superbowl Sunday, but if you're bored waiting for the game to start, or are just now catching up on the latest happenings on the web, you NEED to watch this video. Every new footage I see from Pixar's Wall-E just gets me that much more excited for the movie. This one features the cute lil' Wall-E guy discovering and playing with a vacuum. It's so cute (did I just say that?) and awesome and funny. I was laughing out loud at it and it's not even more than 60 seconds! Do yourself a favor and watch this clip.
For all I know, this could be a Superbowl TV spot right here. It's perfectly 60 seconds, which is a timeframe for a longer TV commercial. If I see it on air, it will make me all the more happier!
Update: It did official show during the Superbowl with a bit of extra footage with Toy Story's Woody and Buzz chatting about this "new" Wall-E guy. Gotta love Pixar!
Wall-E is both written and directed by Pixar's own Andrew Stanton, who wrote and directed A Bug's Life and Finding Nemo. The film will hit theaters everywhere this summer on June 27th. The latest teaser poster for Wall-E featured below.
Reader Feedback - 6 Comments
WallE looks amazing.
Heckle on Feb 3, 2008
Haha! Saw this during the game, very nice.
Ryan on Feb 4, 2008
to anyone who's seen the anime FLCL (folly cooly) dosen't wall*E remind you of canti, just the way he seems kind of nervous and shy.. anyways great trailer looks incredibly funny
blake on Feb 5, 2008
O my God! The flickr video quality is amazin! else, i like when Wall-E transforms into a cube, so damn nice animation!
Santy on Jun 7, 2008
:cry_tear: I was so excited about Wall-E, the trailer looks great, the visuals... awesome. I was not good at all. I feel bad writing this review. Its like talking crap about a good friend. Again, Wall-E and his unverse of misfits is really, really cute. But not enough to keep you interested. The plot has too many story lines going on and then, they mix real people with CGI humans (didn't work in Happy feet, neither here) The first half of the movie, fun, different, full of cultural references than if you are less than 20 you might not get. And then, the plot goes bezerk, in a 'what da...' way It was a love/friendship story but never fully developed, or forced. This movie is an excellent prove that amazing CGI cant beat a good story. I mean, come on guys, when you see the final cut, you gotta see the wholes in the story. Is marketing pushing the release date so hard?? Maybe Im way too saturated of CGI. I love Pixar, I have all the toys, DVD's and shenanigans ever imaginable. And I know that merchandising a rat was not easy, and I wasn't expecting Nemo or The Incredibles (maybe I was)but Brad Bird knows how to tie a not in a story. Wall-E feels boring for kids, and so to adults. Again, It looks cool, but...not enough, at least for me. Cute, flashy...but boring, like some guys I dated before. :yawn: I would have watched Kung Fu Panda Again. Im sorry Pixar. SC
Dami on Jun 25, 2008
luv ya wall-e!! you're da best ever!!! atto: your fan#1
mariana on Jun 29, 2008
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