HE made a romantic hero out of a rubbish-collecting robot in Wall.E, had audiences crying oceans over a lost fish in Finding Nemo, and in his new film John Carter he puts a Confederate soldier on Mars.
But the toughest thing computer animation pioneer Andrew Stanton has had to do lately? Pass the shop-worker test.
"I'd been sitting down making movies for 20 years and suddenly I was standing up all day for 100 days straight," he says of filming John Carter. "Didn't matter whether we were inside, outside, cold, hot. That was insane. I was amazed I muscled through it."
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