The second trailer for Pixar's Wall-E hit the French video site Allocine late last Friday (it officially came out today at 8 p.m. EDT) and the movie looks like it will be nothing short of awesome. While I could have done without Cars, and thought Finding Nemo was overrated, I absolutely loved Toy Story, Ratatouille and now this trailer. Wall-E revolves around a robot living in a future world who aspires to be more than a lowly worker bot. And he presumably sets out to achieve his dream. What also makes this film interesting is that it will be sans-dialogue according to the director. Robots in the future with a slight avant-garde twist? Consider me excited. [Allocine via Kottke via Daring Fireball]
@Tukaro: Robots was made by Blue Sky Animation and Twentieth Century Fox. The plot of Robots was that an evil corporate bot was looking to gain profits by outmoding older ones, and his mother Gasket would be disposing of the excess, turning them into upgrade components for robots that can afford it. That doesn't sound like a similar plot to me.