WALL-E and Abby Hatcher (stylized with an interpunct as WALL·E) is a 2028 American computer-animated science fiction film produced by Pixar Animation Studios, Spin Master Entertainment, and Nickelodeon Movies for Walt Disney Pictures. It was directed and co-written by Andrew Stanton, produced by Jim Morris, and co-written by Jim Reardon. It stars the voices of Ben Burtt, Elissa Knight, Jeff Garlin, Fred Willard, John Ratzenberger, Kathy Najimy and Macy Drouin, and was the first pixar feature film has a crossover. It is the sequel to the 2008 computer-animated film Wall-E and the second installment in the trilogy. It follows a solitary trash compactor robot on a future, uninhabitable, deserted Earth, left to clean up garbage. However, he is discovered a intelligent and energetic seven-year-old girl named Abby Hatcher, and her new friends, the Fuzzlies, who are amazing and quirky creatures that live in her family's hotel. Together with her best Fuzzly friend Bozzly, Abby and Wall-E goes on wild adventures to fix Fuzzly mishaps and help them in any way she can.
- Abby Hatcher (voiced by Macy Drouin) – A bespectacled 7-year-old girl with green eyes and purple hair in a ponytail, with detective-like skills. She is equipped with high-tech gadgets to aid her in her missions.
- Bozzly (voiced by Wyatt White) – An aquamarine rabbit-like Fuzzly who can turn invisible, fly (by spinning his ears like a propeller), has super sensitive hearing, and has a front pocket containing various objects. He is Abby's best friend and partner.
- WALL-E (voiced by Ben Burtt), Stands for (Waste Allocation Load Lifter: Earth-Class), the title character. WALL-E, a robot who has achieved sentience, and is the only robot of his kind shown to be still functioning on Earth. He is a small mobile compactor box with all-terrain treads, three-fingered shovel hands, binocular eyes, and retractable solar cells for power. Although working diligently to fulfill his directive to clean up the garbage (all the while accompanied by his cockroach friend Hal and music playing from his on-board recorder) he is distracted by his curiosity, collecting trinkets of interest. He stores and displays these "treasures" such as a birdcage full of rubber ducks, a Rubik's Cube, Zippos, disposable cups filled with plastic cutlery and a golden trophy at his home where he examines and categorizes his finds while throwing away things like a diamond ring, and watching a video cassette of Hello, Dolly! via an iPod viewed through a large Fresnel lens.
- EVE (Voiced by Elissa Knight), stands for (Extra-terrestrial Vegetation Evaluator), a sleek robot probe whose directive is to locate vegetation on Earth and verify habitability. She has a glossy white egg-shaped body and blue LED eyes. She moves using antigravity technology and is equipped with scanners, specimen storage and a "quasar ion cannon" in her arm, which she is quick to use.
- Burtt is also credited for the voice of M-O (Microbe-Obliterator), a tiny, obsessively clean maintenance cleanerbot with rollers for arms who keeps the Axiom clean.
- Princess Flug (voiced by Michela Luci) – A pink slug-like Fuzzly who is made of glitter goo which can either be sticky or slippery. She can blow bubbles that could carry away anything that gets inside them, or neutralize sticky glitter gloo. Her tiara shoots a goo-like string which she can use to grab or climb things as well as sticky goo-like projectiles. She often adds "me" at the beginning and end of her sentences ("Me, sleep, me!", "Me, streamers, me!", "Me, snacks, me!", etc.) and talks in broken English.
- Teeny Terry (voiced by Jacob Soley) – A small round orange cat-like Fuzzly with wings for arms and a quail-like feather on his head who can inflate and hover like a balloon. But when he has to deflate to his normal size, he needs someone to tickle him. When he does deflate, he does gymnastics when no one is around to catch him. He sometimes dons a hard hat conjuring various tools that can be used for building and repairing.
- Otis (voiced by Christian Dal Dosso) – A raspberry-like Fuzzly with three extendable tentacles on his head, and four extendable tentacles for legs, all of which can be used for swinging. He tends to say "ding" which comes from pushing buttons including the front desk bell and the elevator buttons, thus becoming the hotel's elevator operator. Abby gives Otis an accordion to play with (which also has buttons) in order to keep him from going crazy with the elevator buttons.
- Curly (voiced by Sophie Cullingan) – A pink rabbit-like Fuzzly with a spring-shaped tail that allows her to leap high (and to also hold things as she lacks arms). She likes being hugged which Abby uses to calm her if he is upset or her antics are causing trouble. She becomes an assistant to the hotel's cook, Chef Jeff.
- Mo and Bo (voiced by Laaibah Alvi and Leo Orgil, respectively) – Are twin cat-like Fuzzlies with stretchy torsos, retractable heads and limbs, and heads that light up. They talk in rhyme. Mo is a pinkish white female with rabbit-like ears and round pink hair tufts while Bo is a bluish black male with normal cat ears and spiky green hair tufts. They also have an interest in shoes: Mo prefers boots and loafers while Bo prefers high heeled pumps.
- Harriet Bouffant (voiced by Hattie Kragten) – An artistic pink doll-like Fuzzly with extendable pink and yellow hair which can be used as extra arms. When her extended hair gets long enough, it can detach, leaving only a normal size portion on her head. Because she is inspired by the hair stylist Mrs. Melvin, Harriet becomes her partner in the salon.
- The Squeaky Peepers (voiced by Kate Miller (uncredited)) – An octet of small singing rainbow-colored rabbit-like Fuzzlies. Their names are in this order: Big Do (the dark pink peeper), Re (the red peeper), Mi (the orange peeper), Fa (the yellow peeper with glasses), So (the green peeper), La (the blue peeper), Ti (the purple peeper), and Little Do (the bright pink peeper). When they get spooked, they turn yellow and start to bounce all over the place. They would also bounce around if they turn green as a result of their allergic reaction to glitter. To calm them down, most of the time, Abby uses a disc-shaped whistle. When they are sad, they turn blue and sing blues music.
- Flugtilda (voiced by Emma Berman)- An orange slug-like Fuzzly wearing glasses and a baseball cap who is the cousin of Princess Flug. She is currently the only Fuzzly not based in Abby's hotel, and possesses no powers. She loves to sing and dance in conga. When Abby and the other Fuzzlies join in her fun, Princess Flug felt left out. When Princess Flug got stuck in a tree Flugtilda helps Abby and the Fuzzlies to get her out.
- Grumbles – (voiced by Kaden Stephen) A large purple raspberry-like Fuzzly with two buckteeth who has the power to turn into anything.
- Chef Jeff (voiced by Paul Sun-Hyung Lee) – The diminutive chef of Abby's hotel. Chef Jeff is also the subject of a running gag where Abby, in her tricycle, passes by the kitchen where he is working on a dish, therefore resulting a comical accident, but he would nonetheless enjoy or find something positive about it. Besides a chef, he is also a tuba player.
- Miranda Hatcher (voiced by Josette Jorge) – Abby's mother who works as the hotel gardener.
- Lex Hatcher (voiced by Terry McGurrin) – Abby's father who works at the front desk and fixes things in the hotel when they break.
- Melvin (voiced by Christian Campbell) – Mrs. Melvin's 4-year-old son.
- Mrs. Melvin (voiced by Kim Roberts) – The Hotel Salon's hairstylist.
- Mr. Melvin (voiced by Mac Heywood) – Mrs. Melvin's husband and Melvin's father.
- Judge Thorn (voiced by Catherine Disher) – A local judge of contests and events. Judge Thorn has a slight resemblance to red-headed comedy legend Carol Burnett.
- Wai Po (voiced by Jane Luk) – Abby's grandmother from China.
- Captain B. McCrea, the commanding officer of the Axiom. He is merely a figurehead, with the ship's autopilot handling all true command functions. He is credited simply as "Captain" and his name is only seen on a wall depicting portraits of all the ship's captains.
- Shelby Forthright, the CEO of the Buy n Large Corporation and the only major live-action character, shown only in videos recorded around the time of the Axiom's initial launch in the early 22nd century. Constantly optimistic, Forthright proposed the plan to evacuate Earth's population to space, then clean up the planet so they could return within five years. However, upon discovering that Earth had become too toxic to support life, the BNL corporation soon abandoned the cleanup and recolonization, issued to all the autopilots of any Axiom's the directive to prevent anyone to return to Earth and subsequently dissolved. Forthright is the first (and so far the only) live-action character with a speaking role in any Pixar film.
- John and Mary, respectively (voiced by John Ratzenberger and Kathy Najimy). John and Mary both live on the Axiom and are so dependent on their personal video screens and automatic services that they are oblivious to their surroundings, for instance not noticing that the ship features a giant swimming pool. However, they are brought out of their trances after separate encounters with WALL-E, eventually meeting face-to-face for the first time.
- Sigourney Weaver as the voice of the Axiom's computer. Stanton joked about the role with Weaver, saying, "You realize you get to be 'Mother' now?" referring to the name of the ship's computer in the film Alien, which also starred Weaver.
- MacInTalk, the text-to-speech program for the Apple Macintosh computers, was used for the voice of AUTO, the rogue artificial intelligence autopilot built into the ship. Unlike other robots in the film, AUTO is not influenced by WALL-E, but instead follows directive A113, which is to prevent the Axiom and the humans from returning to Earth because of the toxicity, and it works to prevent anyone from deviating from it.