Before moviegoers are rushing to the theaters on June 27 to watch the newest Disney animated feature film "Wall-E", Walt Disney Pictures have brought forwards a series of never before seen footages from the movie. The brand new released footages have been compiled in both TV spot and clip.
The television promo of "Wall-E" was aired during the NBA game between Boston Celtics and L.A. Lakers on Thursday, June 5. It opens with a scene in which Wall-E is playing with a basket ball which is then followed with compilation of clips focusing on the adventure of the little garbage robot away from Earth.
Meanwhile, about the clip, it was shown during ABC's broadcast of "Finding Nemo". In it, it can be seen that EVE is trying to persuade Wall-E to go into a shuttle which will send him back to Earth. The clip let out Sigourney Weaver, who fills in the voice of the space shuttle computer which Wall-E eventually stuck in.
Aside from the two videos, another vignette of "Wall-E" has also been presented. In the new short clip, Wall-E meets a fire hydrant. Wishing to befriend the hydrant, the trash compacting robot tries to find a way to shake hands with the hydrant, but his effort ends with him being pushed back with water jet bursting out from the hydrant.
From the man who creates "Finding Nemo" Andrew Stanton comes another heart-warming animation movie "Wall-E". The tidbit features the voices of Fred Willard, Jeff Garlin, Sigourney Weaver, John Ratzenberger and Kathy Najimy.
"Wall-E Meets Fire Hydrant" - Vignette:
"Wall-E" NBA TV Spot: