Behind The Screen Story Of The Movie WALL-E


WALL-E was released on 27th June, 2008. This American animated sci-fi movie was directed by Andrew Stanton. This Pixar’s production is one of the most popular films in the animation genre, which received appreciation both critically and commercially and grossed 533.3 million dollars. This movie has also won the 2008 Golden Globe Award for the Best Animated Feature Film, the Saturn Award for the Best Animated Film and Academy Award for the Best Animated Feature.


The story is set in the year 2805. The humans have left the earth because of waste materials and garbage produced by the products of multinational company Buy-N-Large Corporation. WALL-E is the only robot, who has been left behind to clean up the waste and mountains of garbage. He with his friend Hal (a cockroach) starts the mission and meet another beautiful robot sent from the space named, EVE.  WALL-E fall in love with EVE and protects her from sandstorms and other dangerous situations. Meanwhile, WALL-E finds a living plant on earth and their journey continues with the aim of bringing back the humans on earth.


WALL-E is the ninth movie by the Pixar Animation Studios. The animators wanted to create a robot in a more mechanical way in order to give it a human touch. At the same time, the experts had decided to create a robot in which the audiences can feel for it as if it was a human. For that, they visited many places of recycling machinery station and even NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory to study robots. WALL-E eyes were inspired by the binocular. The animators didn’t create a mouth, elbows, nose and other body parts to the robots to make them look more machine like.The animators and the makers of this 3D animation movie watched a Keaton and Charlie Chaplin film everyday for a year, to analyze how to create emotions in robots with expressions. The director, Stanton wanted to make the lighting look real, because he had watched Pixar’s last movie, Finding Nemo, where all the underwater scenes and lighting parts looked perfect and real on the screen. For WALL-E, Stanton wanted the perfect lighting for the air and Pixar did it the way he wanted to.

From the sound, story to animation techniques, this movie had all the ingredients of a classic. It topped the list of Time’s Best Movies of the Decade. 3D animation has become one of the most important parts of the entertainment industry. You can also be the part of this current hot career. Come and start your journey as a 3D animator by choosing a 3D animation course in Kolkata.


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