Wall-E animator's adorable Lego robot could collect big
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Who wants a LEGO Wall-E in their house?!? Does it pick up trash?
I want one! To pick up trash and play with the cats!!
Angus MacLane, the lead animator for Pixar's "Wall-E" movie, started his Lego Wall-E build in 2005, around the same time the computer model was being created. MacLane finished his work in 2008, and thanks to the Lego Ideas program where anyone can submit new ideas for Lego kits to be considered by the company, he submitted his project for consideration in 2013.