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New WALL•E Images

Two new WALL•E images have surfaced recently. The first (pictured right) can be found at /Film. It was found in the Feb 01, 2008 #976 edition of Entertainment Weekly Magazine. The image was taken on a camera, but if you have a copy of the magazine and a scanner, we’d love to have you send in a scan of the image.

The second comes from the Disney Reporter. The site is in german, so unfortunately, I can’t provide an accurate translation. Thanks Guido!

0 Responses to New WALL•E Images

  1. Anonymous says:

    The pages gives an overview of the story (nothing new); lists the target groups as:
    Primary: Boys and girls 3-11 years, Parents
    Secondary: Boys and girls 3-8 years

    States the positioning(?) as: “CGI animated science fiction film for the whole family. A film about feelings, friendship and the environment.”

    Will be released in October…

  2. Anonymous says:

    If anyone wanted to know what the little story next to the picture was saying, I translated it:

    “Following The Incredibles, Cars, and Ratatouille- Disney.Pixar is once again bringing the audience a new world to discover. Wall-E is the last functioning robot on Earth. All men have left the planet, after which the planet got dirty. Wall-E’s overwhelming job is to eliminate the mountains of garbage created by the humans. After 700 lonely years, a spaceship lands on Earth and Wall-E meets, at the beginning still somewhat shyly, the fascinating (girl)robot Eve. He falls head over heels in love, and discovers what it truly is.” 😉

  3. Anonymous says:

    great stuff here

  4. A113 says:

    Each new piece of information gets me even more excited to see what Pixar’s cooking up! Can’t wait for WALL•E! 😀

  5. Anonymous says:

    I’ve never noticed WALL-E’s eyebrows before…cool

  6. Netbug009 says:

    Oh gosh, I love the pic of EVE trying to figure out the cube. chuckles

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