Itís quite simple but perfect to represent the story of longing the animated flick centers on.
The next work of Pixar Animation Studios, "Wall-E" , has now got its initial poster, it seems.
The one-sheet, as seen on the left, was first posted by Thomas Huxley of UpcomingPixar.blogspot.com who has claimed to obtain it directly from Buena Vista International, known as the company distributing all features produced by Pixar.
If the image of the titular character looks familiar, it's not just your imagination for the poster can essentially be said as an extended version of the flick's picture that was presented at the recently-held San Diego Comic-Con. Several other sites suspected this to be a fake poster, but Huxley, however, assures that it is indeed the correct one.
Directed by "Finding Nemo" helmer Andrew Stanton, "Wall-E" centers on the titular robot that has spent hundreds of lonely years doing what he was built for: cleaning up the Earth. Stands for Waste Allocation Load Lifters - Earth Class, he finally discovers a new purpose in life when he encounters a sleek search robot named EVE, with which he chases his dream across the galaxy.