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The arrival of WALL•E jolts them from their daily routines and causes them to realize the existence of one another, and that there may be more to life than floating around on their high-tech deck chairs. Mary is a female human passenger on the Axiom. M-O (meaning Microbe-Obliterator) is a major character in the 2008 Disney/Pixar animated feature film, WALL-E. M-O is a persistent neat-freak. The questions and demands of this world were nearly as infinite as space itself.

Meanwhile, WALL•E chases EVE across the galaxy and sets into motion one of the most imaginative adventures ever brought to the big screen.The filmmakers decided that WALL•E should owe a silent debt to both R2-D2 and Buster Keaton, cinematic predecessors who proved how much can be conveyed without words. Trapped in a routine, like WALL•E, the captain longs for a break in the tiresome cycle of his so-called life.

When he is informed of a long-awaited discovery by one of the probe-droids, he discovers his inner calling to become the courageous leader he never could have imagined and plots a new course for humanity.John and Mary are two of the humans living on the Axiom, where they have settled into a life of pampered luxury. But the goal was always clear—to make us believe this world already existed and that we, the filmmakers, had just simply found it," recalls director Andrew Stanton.Set in a time and place yet to exist, WALL•E required an entirely original language of sound. It’s not gaudy, but there’s a lot more color in Act Two  than most people anticipate," explains production designer Ralph Eggleston. A carefully programmed robot in the form of the ship’s steering wheel, Auto’s manner is cold, mechanical, and seemingly dutiful to the captain.
Life onboard the Axiom had been the definition of comfort.

Unfortunately, WALL-E's hesitation made him fall over.

Life on Earth, however, was really, REALLY hard. She’s fast, she flies, and she’s equipped with a laser gun.

Because the film featured few humans and almost no traditional dialogue, every beep or clank would have to mean something. However, after 700 years, he’s developed one little glitch—a personality. I loved Wall-E, because he was this cute, lonely little creature… To answer the challenge, the filmmakers turned to the father of modern sound design, legendary Star Wars veteranEven a robot on a dystopian planet needs a place to call home.

While about his usual business around the Axiom, John presumed that WALL•E was a waiter bot to take away his drink.

"Science fiction typically involves a fantasy tale, often set in space or the future: therefore, everything (and I mean everything) is made up.

She has red hair tied up in a ponytail and her nails were dyed pink and is featured in Disney/Pixar's 2008 animated feature film, WALL-E. Mary's usual business around the Axiom was talking to a friend using a hologram. They are robots in the 2008 Disney/Pixar animated feature film, WALL-E. Using computers makes the art design choices as limitless as outer space.

Mary is a human passenger aboard the Axiom..

What if mankind had to leave Earth and somebody forgot to turn the last robot off? of a robotic life guard that John playfully splashed to shut it up; shorting it out in the process.
Then as EVE arrives and WALL•E cozies up to her, the colors become a little warmer.

I was bored and nostalgic yesterday.

back and bumped into another passenger, John,

After hundreds of years doing what he was built for, WALL•E discovers a new purpose in life when he meets a sleek search robot named EVE. His obsession with cleanliness is so great that he followed WALL-E all around the Axiom (using WALL-E's dirt trail as …

Join Facebook to connect with Wall E E Wall Mary and others you may know. EVE, also called Probe One by the captain of the Axiom (the enormous luxury mother ship which houses thousands of displaced humans), is one of a fleet of similar robots sent to Earth on an undisclosed scanning mission.M-O (Microbe-Obliterator) is a cleaner-bot programmed to clean anything that comes aboard the Axiom that is deemed a “foreign contaminant.” M-O travels speedily around the Axiom on his roller ball, cleaning the dirty objects he encounters.Auto is the Axiom’s autopilot, who has piloted the ship through all of its 700 years in space.

They are voiced by Teddy Newton. When we get to the Axiom it’s all about sterility…the passengers don’t have to think.

While at the windows, Mary was glancing at the stars, and during

And almost every member of our cast is a robot. SECUR-T, or Steward-Bots serve as antagonists. WALL•E, who at that time was looking for EVE, wanted to get pass her to reach where she was. Mary, without knowing WALL•E was behind her, pushed her hover chair back and pushed against WALL•E. His uneventful duties are simply checking and rechecking the ship’s status with Auto, the autopilot. else is around, playfully splashing in the pool, against the objections

John and Mary.

He has blond hair and is featured in the 2008 Disney/Pixar animated feature film, WALL-E.

[Wall-E nods] Classified. love. the Pixar team was able to enjoy some serious catering.WALL•E (Waste Allocation Load Lifter Earth-Class) is the last robot left on Earth, programmed to clean up the planet, one trash cube at a time.

M E Wall, Mary E Kirby, Mary E Wall and Me Wall are some of the alias or nicknames that Mary has used. When AUTO tipped the ship over to prevent The Plant from being placed inside of