'RonJon' has alerted us to five new WALL•E posters that serve as a commercial for BNL (Buy N Large).
Buy N Large Posters for WALL•E
The year is 2700. WALL•E, a robot, spends every day doing what he was made for. But soon, he will discover what he was meant for. From Academy Award®-winning director, Andrew Stanton (Finding Nemo), WALL•E is the story of one robot’s comic adventures as he chases his dream across the galaxy.
Below are five posters to appear 'from BNL, the makers of WALL•E.
WALL•E (Buy N Large) Poster #1
WALL•E (Buy N Large) Poster #2
WALL•E (Buy N Large) Poster #3
WALL•E (Buy N Large) Poster #4
WALL•E (Buy N Large) Poster #5
You can check out these same posters in larger sizes at Kino-Govno.
AICN also posted a report from the Wall•E Comic-Con panel (snippet below):
Then, we got an awesome 10 minute clip from the beginning of the movie. Andrew Stanton stressed that it was unfinished. Still, it looks amazing.
We see Wally, asleep as a little compact cube. We hear the Mac startup chime. The entire audience laughs. Wally wakes up, attaches an empty ice chest to his back, and then rolls out of his garage. He accidentally rolls over a cockroach. He reverses and attempts to revive the cockroach, which wakes up and runs around again. Wally motions to the cockroach to move somewhere safe. Wally makes his commute to a huge garbage dump in an abandoned metropolitan city. Wally collects lots of trash, compacts them in his belly, and spits out little cubes that he stacks. Wally finds a bunch of keys and plays with them. Off in the distance, you hear a car alarm. He finds a bra, stretches it out, plays with it a little and covers both of his eyes with it. He puts it in his ice chest. Wally compacts some more garbage. He finds a diamond ring in a velvet box. He opens it, throws out the diamond ring and saves the velvet box in his ice chest because it looks interesting to him. Wally compacts more garbage. He opens a refrigerator using a laser between his eyes.