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Synopsis: "WALL E" starts out on Earth in the year 2700. Which -- due to the horrible way that humans have treated this planet -- is now just one massive trash heap floating in space.


Earth in fact has become so toxic that -- centuries before our story actually gets underway -- mankind has abandoned the planet. We're now all living aboard the Axiom, this massive spaceship that circles high overhead. Waiting for the day that the planet once again becomes inhabitable.


But the only problem is that mankind hired this enormous, inept corporation -- Buynlarge -- to supervise the clean-up effort. And that company -- in turn -- sent hundreds of thousands of robots down to the planet's surface to pick up all of the trash.


But Buynlarge's Waste Allocation Load Lifters -- Earth Class units really weren't up to the task. And so -- over the centuries -- these robots slowly began breaking down. Until now (as the film's story finally, officially gets underway) there's only one WALL E left running on the entire planet.



Starring: Fred Williard (Actually himself, not voice), Rest Unknown


Directed By: Andrew Stanton (Finding Nemo, A Bug's Life)


Produced By: Jim Morris, John Lasseter


Written By: Andrew Stanton


Release Date: June 27, 2008


Trailer | Official Site | IMDB



The 9th Pixar Film. Early info has the first third of the film having absolutely no dialogue in it. Whispers also have it being a possible strong candidate to be just the 2nd film ever to be nominated for the Academy Award for Bedt Picture.


This seems incredibly intriguing from no dialogue in the first third of the film to Fred Williard actually being in the film, I'm really looking forward to the development of the project. Check the teaser trailer out to see the robot.

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