Audiences around the world have connected with WALL-E, with many movie buffs ranking the film at the top of their list of favorite Pixar films (or even films in general) – that is no mistake as though WALL-E is a robot, there is something truly humane that can be seen in the character’s eyes and personality. Mike Senna, who lives in Orange County, California, is a big fan of the character – so much so that he decided to bring WALL-E to the real world. Take a look at his faithful creation after the break!
The Yo Show on Yahoo! talks to Senna and takes us behind-the-scenes to see how WALL-E came to life. I have to warn you – the level of detail is astounding! Watch the 4:37 video below:
This is only the first of many examples of Pixar invading the real world. Last year, there was a fantastic reproduction of the house from Up built in Utah. Clearly, the studio up in Emeryville has quite the ability to inspire us.