"What if mankind had to leave earth, and someone forgot to turn the last robot off?"
Pixar Animation Studios and Disney are bringing movie-goers a "computer-animated cosmic comedy about a very determined robot named Wall-E (Waste Allocation Load Lifter Earth Class)".
It's been a while since I've seen a more anticipated movie than Wall-E (release is June 27, 2008). The hype is not only coming from the production companies involved, there's lot of chatter on personal blogs and personal web sites. If the movie lives up to all the anticipation, it should be a huge hit.
The toys started showing up on shelves in early May. A trip to Toys R Us found several different sets of toys. According to one store manager, they're expecting to have their displays of Wall-E Toys around June 9th.
- InterAction Wall-E Robot
Wall-E is approximately 8" tall, Price -- $29.99
- The smallest figures are in the Movie Scene set.
Three different scenes including The Space Rescue, Wall-E in Awe, Repair Ward Escape
Wall-E is approximately 1 3/4", Price -- $6.99 each
- Medium Size Action Figures: Eve, Wall-E, Factory New Wall-E, M-O with Transport-Bot, Defibrillator-Bot, Vacuum Bot, Gopher with Transport-Bot, Beautician-Bot, Massage-Bot, Paint-Bot, Autopilot, Axiom's Captain.
Wall-E is approximately 2 3/4", Price -- $5.99
- Set of Action Figures: Search 'N Protect Eve, Clean 'N Go M-O, U-Repair Wall-E, Dance 'N Tap Wall-E, Cube 'N Stack Wall-E, Space Adventure Wall-E, Axiom's Captain
Wall-E is approximately 4", Price-- $9.99 each