WALL-E is gearing up for Mission: Criterion Channel. The beloved animated movie from 2008 is about to get the restoration therapy from the home-video distribution firm, turning into the primary Disney and Pixar movie to take action.
Initially based in 1984, Criterion has grown from a supply of VHS tapes to a video-on-demand mecca for hardcore cinephiles. They nonetheless put an emphasis on bodily disc codecs, nonetheless, and the re-release of WALL-E isn’t any exception.
Firstly, Criterion will restore WALL-E in a 4K digital grasp — accepted by director Andrew Stanton — with Dolby Atmos soundtrack. You’ll additionally get two commentaries: one from Stanton, and one other from character supervisor Invoice Sensible, coproducer Lindsey Collins, story artist Derek Thompson, and lead animator Angus MacLane.
Criterion’s WALL-E launch may also embody a wide range of behind-the-scenes extras, together with a tour of the Pixar Dwelling Archive, early animation reels, and over a dozen documentaries, together with 2007’s The Pixar Story. What’s extra, the disc additionally boasts MacLane’s 2008 quick movie BURN-E, in addition to A Story, a 1987 pupil movie by Stanton.
The Criterion Assortment 4K UHD version of WALL-E will probably be accessible on November 22th; pre-orders are ongoing. In fact, you too can watch the usual model on Disney+ now. Revisit the unique trailer under.
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