Disney/Pixar has revealed that its ninth animated project is titled "Wall-E" and will have a robot as its title character.
Its latest work "Ratatouille" still has to wait a few months more before coming to the theaters yet Disney/Pixar has already aimed to develop a follow-up to the cuisine-loving rat tale.
In a letter sent to shareholders this week, Walt Disney Co. Chief Executive Robert Iger informed that the company is set to make the ninth CGI animated feature entitled "Wall-E" with "Finding Nemo" helmer Andrew Stanton to direct and Jim Morris producing.
The plotline of the project's story still remains a big question, but it is confirmed that the flick will present a robot as its title character. The very first publicly-released image of the robot has already been revealed along with the letter.