'Wall-E' New Trailer Unveiled Destroyed Earth and the City in Space
Brand new video footages from the upcoming animation movie "Wall-E" keep on coming out. After the release of "Lots of Bots" featurette few days back, another trailer has been unearthed. The fresh compilation of clips is entitled "Cities Trailer" and as the name given, it helps viewers to see bits of the ruined cities on Earth and the advanced city in space.
The considerably short trailer brings out more actions and adventures of which the moviegoers will be presented when they watch the film in theaters starting on next Friday, June 27. Displaying the detrimental condition of the Earth in 2800, it exposes a rather serious look of the movie suggesting that "the fate of mankind rests on one highly advanced machine" which is Wall-E. The mood shortly shifts to a lesser demure tone when Wall-E, the supposedly savior of Earth, is shown playing with a bra. The trailer further continues with snippets of Wall-E's adventure in space as well as on Earth.
"Wall-E" comes from the man who brought "Monsters, Inc." and "Finding Nemo" to the big screen, Andrew Stanton. It follows the story of Wall-E, a lonely waste compacting robot left alone on Earth when human races to space for survival. Years later, a new robot, EVE, is sent to Earth to find a sign of life and she meets Wall-E, who after spending a lot of time alone on the abandoned Earth finds her as attractive. When EVE goes back to space, the small and old robot joins her and embarks on a journey he couldn't possibly imagine.
"Wall-E" - "Cities Trailer":
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