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If Christopher Nolan Directed Wall-E

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Admit it, we all got a bit teary-eyed at Wall-E. You’d be a monster if you didn’t. And we don’t mean those from Pixar’s Monsters.

Well prepare to get all emotional about the muted robot again, as, aptly, this fan-made video shows how a film about Pixar’s foremost interstellar garbage collector would look had Christopher Nolan been in the director's seat.

Laden with the same thumping score from the trailer of Nolan’s upcoming sci-fi spectacular Interstellar, little looks out of place as the two worlds, credits and space-age money-shots merge together.

Shame it will never actually happen - we think Michael Caine would have made a brilliant EVE.

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