How Brave’s Princess Merida resembled Game of Thrones’ Stark kids, how much each Toy Story made viewers recognize their mortality, and more!
Droids vs. Cylons, Astro Boy vs. Wall-E: Two Scientists Handicap Vulture’s Ultimate Robot Boxing Bracket
Two great minds from Carnegie Mellon's Robotics Institute factor in everything from reach to lasers.
Puns and robots!
He can do the mashed potato.
It's not your fault, Wall-E.
We're as sick of 'Mad Men' Twitter avatars as anybody, but it's still pretty great that Andrew Stanton made one.
After movies about cars, rats, and waste-disposal robots, we suppose it's nice to see one about an adorable puppy for once.
Gabriel has refused to perform at the Oscars if it means he only gets 65 seconds in between 'Jai Ho' and 'Oh Saya.'
We hope it had nothing to do with the Old-Man Baby.
Pixar's 'Wall-E' was completely shut out at Friday night's Annie Awards, honoring the year's best in animation.
Will it be 'The Dark Knight,' or will the Academy surprise us?
Not that the Academy will notice, but according to Rotten Tomatoes, Pixar's masterpiece was last year's most critically beloved movie in wide release.
Andrew Stanton: 'We've been trying since 'Toy Story' to just make a film, and not have the word animated suddenly stick it in a different box.'
Who's up? Who's down?
It's no secret that the elderly members of the Academy like to honor movies that remind them of their youths in medieval times.
Stanton dispels the old myth about actors hating animation.
'Wall-E' helmer Andrew Stanton has been inexplicably ruled ineligible for a DGA Award on the count that his movie is animated.
One member of the National Society of Film Critics sure thinks so!
When we called for a Best Picture nod for Pixar's masterpiece last summer, Wells laughed at us — but he's changed his mind!
Why is doubt continually cast on the robot's chances?
No reason that we can think of!
Last night, the Chicago Film Critics Association awarded Pixar's Vulture-approved 'Wall-E' its Best Picture prize, following similar honors from critics in Boston and L.A.
The Boston Society of Film Critics Awards has named 'Wall-E' 2008's best movie.
Who's up? Who's down?