A real-world mobile audio-animatronic Wall-E robot will roam around Disney’s California Adventure and interact with theme park visitors later this year, according to the monthly newsletter mailed to Disneyland Annual Passholders.
The adorable remote-controlled, 3-foot-tall robot built by Walt Disney Imagineering has been spotted on the streets of Los Angeles and at a Philadelphia science center, but the Mouse House has remained mum on future theme park visits by Wall-E.
After Lucky the Dinasaur, the Talking Trashcan, and other interactive animatronics around the parks, having Wall-E interacting with the guests makes a lot of sense. This will fit quite well with the new Pixar Land at DHS. So I hope they do bring Wall-E there as a permanent resident.