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Peter Sciretta (May 14, 2008). "Animatronic WALL-E Spotted in LA". /Film. Archived from the original on May 27, 2012 . Retrieved November 4, 2008. Some say "evacuation," but we like to call it "inter-stellar recreation." This orientation, akin to an airline safety video, includes graphics for the Earth Exit Plan and a welcome orientation to your new home, the Axiom.Peter Hartlaub (June 25, 2008). "Planet WALL-E". San Francisco Chronicle. Archived from the original on March 15, 2012 . Retrieved November 3, 2008.
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Thomas Newman recollaborated with Stanton on WALL-E since the two got along well on Finding Nemo, which gave Newman the Annie Award for Best Music in an Animated Feature. He began writing the score in 2005, in the hope that starting this task early would make him more involved with the finished film. But, Newman remarked that animation is so dependent on scheduling he should have begun work earlier on when Stanton and Reardon were writing the script. EVE's theme was arranged for the first time in October 2007. Her theme when played as she first flies around Earth originally used more orchestral elements, and Newman was encouraged to make it sound more feminine.  Newman said Stanton had thought up many ideas for how he wanted the music to sound, and he generally followed them as he found scoring a partially silent film difficult. Stanton wanted the whole score to be orchestral, but Newman felt limited by this idea especially in scenes aboard the Axiom, and used electronics too.  A live-action clip of the song "It Only Takes a Moment" from Hello, Dolly!, which inspires WALL-E to hold hands with EVE Pixar Films on DVD: Toy Story • A Bug's Life • Toy Story 2 • Monsters, Inc. • Finding Nemo • The Incredibles • Cars • Ratatouille • WALL•E • Up • Toy Story 3The final listing "Lots of Bots" can be experienced as a read-along or as a play-along. The former (3:10) simply turns Kiki Thorpe's Seussian picture book into an animated storybook read by Mary (Kathy Najimy). The play-along version has John (John Ratzenberger) read the story, which gets extended by a number of little interactive activities like puzzles and word matches. Appropriately enough, Pixar makes these a little more fun and challenging than your typical child-oriented DVD games. Immediately lending itself to those and other enriching activities, WALL•E ups the already startling percentage of such present-day films that emanate from the inventive and unbelievably reliable folks at Pixar. In the 29th century, Earth is a garbage-strewn wasteland due to an ecocide, caused by rampant consumerism, corporate greed, and environmental neglect. 
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Cine-Explore In-movie mode in which filmmakers comment on "WALL•E," accompanied by behind-the-scene visuals in-sync with the movie.