All That Love's About: WALL-E/EVE (WALL-E) - The Shipper's Manifesto
This is a small tribute to EVE of the Disney•Pixar film WALL•E. Though she is a a sweet, touching relationship with WALL•E. Truly a character to be admired. It may be set in the future, but WALL-E and EVE's romance is a classic romantic comedy. A good case in point is Atta and Flik's relationship in A Bug's Life, but as I started to think about WALL-E and EVE's relationship, it seems that.
As an homage to Get Smart Auto takes the plant and goes into the bowels of the ship into a room resembling a brain where he watches videos of Buy n Large's scheme to clean up the Earth falling apart through the years.
Stanton removed this to keep some mystery as to why the plant is taken from EVE. The captain appears to be unintelligent, but Stanton wanted him to just be unchallenged; otherwise he would have been unempathetic.
In the finished film, he merely wears it casually atop his head, tightening it when he really takes command of the Axiom. He would have then revived her by replacing her power unit with a cigarette lighter he brought from Earth.
Stanton reversed this following a test screening, as he wanted to show EVE replacing her directive of bringing the plant to the captain with repairing WALL-E, and it made WALL-E even more heroic if he held the holo-detector open despite being badly hurt. Stanton also moved the moment where WALL-E reveals his plant which he had snatched from the self-destructing escape pod from producing it from a closet to immediately after his escape, as it made EVE happier and gave them stronger motivation to dance around the ship.
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Jim Capobianco, director of the Ratatouille short film Your Friend the Ratcreated an end credits animation that continued the story—and stylized in different artistic movements throughout history—to clarify an optimistic tone.
During the third act, the romantic lighting is slowly introduced into the Axiom environment. The overexposed light makes the location look more vast. Because of the haziness, the cubes making up the towers of garbage had to be large, otherwise they would have lost shape in turn, this helped save rendering time.
The dull tans of Earth subtly become soft pinks and blues when EVE arrives. Eggleston tried to avoid the colors yellow and green so WALL-E—who was made yellow to emulate a tractor—would not blend into the deserted Earth, and to make the plant more prominent.
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Roger Deakins and Dennis Muren were consulted on realistic lighting including backgrounds that are less focused than foregrounds. Stanton also wanted the lighting to look realistic and evoke the science fiction films of his youth. While rewatching some of his favorite science fiction films, he realized that Pixar's other movies had lacked the look of 70 mm film and its barrel distortionlens flareand racking focus.
Muren spent several months with Pixar, while Deakins hosted one talk and was requested to stay on for another two weeks.
Stanton said Muren's experience came from integrating computer animation into live-action settings, while Deakins helped them understand not to overly complicate their camerawork and lighting. Stanton chose angles for the virtual cameras that a live-action filmmaker would choose if filming on a set. Eggleston divided the inside of the ship into three sections; the rear's economy class has a basic gray concrete texture with graphics keeping to the red, blue, and white of the BnL logo.
Stanton intended to have many colorful signs, but he realized this would overwhelm the audience and went with Eggleston's original idea of a small number of larger signs. The premier class is a large Zen -like spa with colors limited to turquoise, cream, and tan, and leads on to the captain's warm carpeted and wooded quarters and the sleek dark bridge.
He found the latter idea "powerful" because it allowed the audience to project personalities onto the characters, as they do with babies and pets: I think it's hungry! I think it wants to go for a walk! Simplicity was preferred in their performances as giving them too many movements would make them feel human.
He "missed the entire inning" because he was distracted by them. This arm design contributed to creating the character's posture, so if they wanted him to be nervous, they would lower them.
He was very impressed. The filmmakers noticed baby fat is a lot tighter than adult fat and copied that texture for the film's humans. Stanton cited Keaton's "great stone face" as giving them perseverance in animating a character with an unchanging expression.
Because Burtt was not simply adding sound effects in post-production, the animators were always evaluating his new creations and ideas, which Burtt found an unusual experience.
For EVE, Burtt wanted her humming to have a musical quality. Stanton deemed the sound effect good enough to properly cast her in the role. He described it as a "cousin" to the blaster noise from Star Wars. They crashed it around the parking lot and then let it tumble down a hill.
He began writing the score inin 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 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. 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.
Afterwards, Newman rescored some of the film to include the song's composition, so it would not sound intrusive when played. The script also specified using Bing Crosby 's " Stardust " for when the two robots dance around the Axiom,  but Newman asked if he could score the scene himself.
A similar switch occurred for the sequence in which WALL-E attempts to wake EVE up through various means; originally, the montage would play with the instrumental version of " Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head ", but Newman wanted to challenge himself and scored an original piece for the sequence.
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