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Up Teaser Trailer Not Attached to WALL•E

The Pixar projection portal indicates that the teaser trailer for Pixar’s 2009 film, Up, will not be attached to WALL•E this month. In its place it seems will be the teaser for BOLT. Perhaps we may have to wait till the end of the year to see it attached to BOLT itself. 

The site does note the short film, Presto, will have a running time of 5:14, while WALL•E runs for 1:47:43. That makes WALL•E the 4th longest Pixar film behind Cars, The Incredibles and Ratatouille.
Thanks Martin and Terry.

0 Responses to Up Teaser Trailer Not Attached to WALL•E

  1. Anonymous says:

    I’m mad.

  2. martini833 says:

    running time: 1:37
    to anonymous: aren’t we all
    p.s. What was Disney Marketing thinking

  3. bennifer3000 says:

    Excuse me if I come across as rude:

    I’m bummed. I’m very excited for Up. First they take our awesome 2-disc DVDs, then they take our trailers. Hopefully there’s a good reason….


  4. markjochems says:

    Too bad indeed, although it’s understandable from the point of view of TWDC.

  5. You can see some new pictures from the movie if you click on “Reels”.

  6. Elikrotupos says:

    unfortunatly the most interesting frames are black ;_; [but that spoilering word in Reel 5 is creepy…]

  7. Jibiti says:

    Nowhere on that page does it really conform that it won’t be shown. It just isn’t on the page.

  8. martini833 says:

    Jibiti, that’s very true and taht’s why I have a little tiny bit of hope.
    But, if you think about it, the decision might’ve had to do with the fact that Bolt is in 3-D which means the Up trailer can be in 3-D aswell. And now that John Lasseter is running WDAS he has to promote both studios fairly, so that also makes sense.

  9. Well, why the **** NOT?! This is against Pixar tradition!!!!

  10. Skippy says:

    I was hoping WALL*E was longer than that. Too bad but I’m REALLY disappointed that they don’t have an UP teaser. I know Disney likes to consider Pixar and themselves one and the same but this is ridiculous. Its just not the same as seeing the next Pixar movie. Not to mention I’ve seem enough of Bolt but haven’t seen anything from UP!

    Lets just hope Presto is as awesome as Lifted was last year!!!

  11. Ratatooee1 says:

    Why ? I hoped so.
    Why Disney didn’t put his Bolt Trailer before Narnia 2 ? Why ? Explain me ! I want to see Up Teaser ! Why Disney are you so bad with us, the fan. We don’t care about Bolt.We love Pixar, then why do you change traditions ?

    [Sorry for my english, because I’m Belgian ;)]

  12. Netbug009 says:

    WHAT?! But that’s tradition!

    Then again, so were two disk DVDs until recently. >.>

  13. Another reason why Pixar should never have been completely sold off to Disney. They’ve completely screwed up everything since they took over. Sure, the creativity is still there, but that’s all that left.

    Now, I hope someone like Mr. Bird or Mr. Stanton or one of the other big guys at Pixar takes a stand and threatens to quit or something, then maybe they’ll return to what they were under Mr. Jobs’ ownership.

  14. martini833 says:

    Everybody, let’s get something straight, the fact that the Up trailer isn’t with WALL-E and that Pixar movies aren’t coming in 2-Disc DVDs are NOT Disney’s fault, or have anything to do with the acquisition, especially the former. There are PERFECTLY good explanations for each. The Up trailer was not added to WALL-E because of schedule problems, and there’s nothing Disney (or Pixar) could have done about it unles you wanted to see a crappy unrendered trailer. An insider of mine confirmed to me that the Bolt trailer and Presto will “oversatisfy” you, there’s NOTHING to worry about.
    About the Blu-Ray discs, that wasn’t mainly on Disney’s part, it was John Lasseter’s decision to move on to the future of home video, which, in time, you’ll be glad he did.
    In conclusion, NONE of this was directly Disney’s “fault” and of course, Pixar still has all it’s creativity and all it’s creative talent including the Brain Trust which will keep the Pixar culture. Even so, Disney and Pixar signed a contract with terms that cannot be breached protecting Pixar, so again, there’s NOTHING to worry about!

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