‘Wall-E’: Andrew Stanton shares some Pixar family photos

May 24, 2012 | 6:46 p.m.

We’re still recovering from the 2012 Hero Complex Film Festival (maybe you are too) and we’ll be posting videos soon from the long weekend of movies, memorable moments and  madness, but first there’s a bit of unfinished business: Andrew Stanton promised to send over some fun behind-the-scenes Pixar photos from the “Wall-E” days and we promised to post them and … here they are.

The two-time Oscar winner was the guest after our Sunday matinee screening of the most cosmic of Pixar films and he mentioned that the editorial department at Pixar had a bit of fun by taking a reference model of M-O over to the Sears Portrait Studio where warm family memories are preserved forever, um … tasteful flair?

— Geoff Boucher


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2 Responses to ‘Wall-E’: Andrew Stanton shares some Pixar family photos

  1. Dave says:

    Those are great! Thanks for putting them up on the site.

  2. Megan says:

    It was a great interview and this story was one of my favorites. Thanks for posting them.

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