Cool Clicks: WALL-E Is Alive Like Number Five

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Going by Pixar’s timeline, we've got about 800 years until WALL-E is a reality. Thanks to California resident Mike Senna, who spent the last two years building a life-size, working WALL-E, we're a tad ahead of schedule.

Who's got your vote — long-term congressman Cam Brady (Will Ferrell) or tourism center director Marty Huggins (Zach Galifianakis)? As that's a pretty tough call, maybe this new campaign commercial from "The Campaign" will help sway your allegiance one way or the other.

What would you do if someone stole your mind? As "Total Recall" commences with questioning reality, Moviefone remembers (or do they?) some of the best movies about memory, from "Memento" to "The Bourne Identity."

Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart's relationship may be up in the air right now, but we'll always have Bella and Edward's romance to fall back on, right? BuzzSugar tries to heal with a look at the "Twilight" couple's sweetest on-screen moments.

Funny, we think he probably just looks like Tom Hardy. Vulture faces Gotham's reckoning with a series of sketches that explore the many possibilities of what Bane might look like without his mask.

Philip Seymour Hoffman wasn't a "Hunger Games" fan before being cast as Plutarch Heavensbee, but he certainly is one now. "The Master" star joins the revolution as he talks about his upcoming role in "Catching Fire" and how the script compares to the book.

Shelf LifeIt's a brave new world in which even books get trailers, folks. Shelf Life has the exclusive first look at Pittacus Lore's "The Rise of Nine," the latest installment in the sci-fi series that started with "I Am Number Four."