I finally made it to the “Tomorrowland” preview at EPCOT in the Magic Eye Theater. And I have to tell you, if you can get to EPCOT or Disneyland for this preview, you must do so. The preview is essentially the first 10 minutes of… Read More »Disney’s Tomorrowland Movie Exclusive Sneak Preview
At over 44 square miles there’s no way to see everything at Walt Disney World, even if you live 6 miles away as the crow flies as I do. So I’m sorry to say, I haven’t yet been to the special preview screening of Walt… Read More »Tomorrowland Movie preview continues at EPCOT followed by Pixar’s Inside Out
Update: New “Fight for Tomorrow” trailer for Disney’s Tomorrowland has just been released. Check out the exciting escape sequence right in the middle:
As the saying goes, you ain’t seen nothing yet. A special presentation of the film, featuring more than six minutes of footage introduced by director Brad Bird, will screen exclusively in IMAX theatres domestically and in select international markets beginning May 1. The extended first look of Tomorrowland will screen directly prior to Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron and will play for the duration of that film’s run in IMAX.
Additionally, Disney just released four brand new character posters for “Tomorrowland” feature George Clooney, Britt Robertson, Raffey Cassidy and Thomas Robinson. They’ve also shared a fantastic IMAX poster for the film.
Two of the posters are actually for the same character. Thomas Robinson plays the boy genius Frank and George Clooney plays the older Frank.
Also, a little birdie tells me that the movie will have its world premiere on May 9th at Disneyland, complete with red carpet and celebrities. Usually when Disney has these, there are some limited space for park guests to line up for autograph and photograph opportunities. Nothing is officially confirmed at this point, however.
With “Tomorrowland” possibly premiering in Tomorrowland, could this also be the perfect time for Disneyland to announce the rumored makeover coming to Tomorrowland? The movie certainly gives a template to follow, or they could just go whole hog Star Wars…
More posters and the plot synopsis below the jump:
Tomorrowland is just a dream away is the theme of a new featurette from the movie Tomorrowland. Brad Brad, Damon Lindelof, George Clooney, and imagineers Danielle Lieu and Tom Morris discuss how Walt Disney was an inspiration for the film and how his life-long interest… Read More »Featurette looks at ties between Walt Disney and the new film Tomorrowland
A new TV spot for Brad Bird’s “Tomorrowland” debuted at the MTV Movie Awards. It features George Clooney, playing the former boy genius, who embarks on a mission to save Tomorrowland.
There are a few new clips in the trailer. But enough to spoil anything:
The movie drops May 22nd, until then, you’ll have to content yourself with this new official movie website.
Disney also released a new featurette looking into the story and what it means:
When Disney/Pixar announced that a sequel to The Incredibles was in the works there was a collective hurrah. When we learned that Brad Bird would return to direct, the noise got even louder. Bird was recently promoting his latest directorial effort Disney’s Tomorrowland on NPR… Read More »Pixar’s The Incredibles 2 script being written by Brad Bird
Park guests at Disneyland and EPCOT will soon be able to enjoy a 12-minute sneak peek of Disney’s upcoming thrilling, mystery-adventure film, “Tomorrowland,” opening in U.S. theaters on May 22. Guests will also enjoy an impressive exhibit that features the making of the movie with props, concept artwork and photos from the filming of the movie plus exclusive images from the Disney Archives. The sneak peek and exhibit will open April 17 in Tomorrowland at Disneyland and on April 18 in Future World at Epcot and will be available to the public for a limited time.
The special exhibit details the process of bringing director Brad Bird’s vision to life and will show how filmmakers created the world of Tomorrowland, along with archival images of iconic Disneyland attractions featured in the movie.
In the movie, the premise that the futuristic city of Tomorrowland could actually exist pays homage to Walt Disney’s vision for both Tomorrowland at Disneyland Resort and Epcot at Walt Disney World Resort where ever-evolving technologies are showcased along with ideas to make the world a better place for all.
Commenting on the exclusive “Tomorrowland” sneak peek event, Brad Bird, the film’s two-time Oscar winning director, says, “We are excited that park guests will be the first to get an extended look at ‘Tomorrowland’ in the part of Disneyland that inspired the film. Tomorrowland is the one section of the park that Walt Disney himself designed to be tied inexorably to constant change. After all, the future is always in motion, continually shifting as humankind’s choices of the present remake the world ahead of us. ‘Tomorrowland’ is a state of mind. My hope is that the exhibit will convey some of the magic that went into bringing this land… and this movie, to life.”
The face of George Clooney has been known to sell even the worst movies (Leatherheads anyone?). A new poster for the German movie market places Clooney front and center on the Tomorrowland Poster. Also notice the new name “A World Beyond.” The ‘T’ on the… Read More »George Clooney adorns new Foreign Poster for Disney’s Tomorrowland