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Wall-E robot action

05.05.2008
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Let's not get salacious with the article's title, please. The robot action in question is an actual Wall-E unit, which we told you about a little while ago, as seen in Pixar's upcoming surefire gem WALL-E, in action in the video below. This little guy's just as adorable as the Wall-E in the film. Check him out below. The animated Wall-E traverses space to rescue his precious Eva on June 27th.

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Extra Tidbit: You think Pixar will ever make a movie without John Ratzenberger? Or rather, you think they'll ever give the guy a starring role again rather than just an extended cameo?
Source: Pixar Blog

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12:46PM on 05/06/2008

good and bad

I really want one of these, that is just too good. The only downside I see is that it'll eventually turn on me and kill me (least that's what movies have showed me).
I really want one of these, that is just too good. The only downside I see is that it'll eventually turn on me and kill me (least that's what movies have showed me).
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9:53AM on 05/06/2008

John Forever!

You think Pixar will ever make a movie without John Ratzenberger?

I hope not.
You think Pixar will ever make a movie without John Ratzenberger?

I hope not.
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3:15AM on 05/06/2008

EXTRA TIDBIT:

Pixar and Disney spent SO MUCH money in the development of their true life WALL-E that they neglected to pay their electric bill.
Pixar and Disney spent SO MUCH money in the development of their true life WALL-E that they neglected to pay their electric bill.
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12:45AM on 05/06/2008
I was hoping John Ratzenberger would get the lead in Up, but Ed Asner got it.

Pixar will always have Ratz in their films. He's their lucky rabbit's foot.
I was hoping John Ratzenberger would get the lead in Up, but Ed Asner got it.

Pixar will always have Ratz in their films. He's their lucky rabbit's foot.
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10:15PM on 05/05/2008
He's gonna be so sought come July...come to think of it...I want one too >_>
He's gonna be so sought come July...come to think of it...I want one too >_>
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10:12PM on 05/05/2008
Maybe in the second prototype, Wall-E can not only hold a beer can, but he can fetch one for ya. :)

I really must have this, by the way.
Maybe in the second prototype, Wall-E can not only hold a beer can, but he can fetch one for ya. :)

I really must have this, by the way.
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9:02PM on 05/05/2008
I was considering getting a dog, but I'd rather have one of these following me around. Now if they can just get him to hold a beer can...
I was considering getting a dog, but I'd rather have one of these following me around. Now if they can just get him to hold a beer can...
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8:29PM on 05/05/2008

WANT!

SO BADLY!
SO BADLY!
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