First things first: let's watch that first 'Tomorrowland' trailer again! The first footage from Disney's mysterious new movie debuted during New York Comic Con, as director Brad Bird, producer Damon Lindelof and stars Raffey Cassidy, Britt Robertson, Hugh Laurie and George Clooney took the stage to reveal even more details. Yes, this trailer is incredible and instantly bumps this film up on our list of most-anticipated releases of 2015, but even more footage debuted at Comic Con than was revealed online.
Hot on the heels of yesterday's first look comes the first 'Tomorrowland' trailer, which promises to shed more light on one of the most mysterious summer blockbusters in ages. And it does! Sort of. This is the very definition of a teaser trailer.
After being cloaked in secrecy for much of its production, Disney's 'Tomorrowland' has finally revealed some true details about what this ambitious film is all about ... and it sounds a bit like a science-fiction version of 'Harry Potter.' In other words, it sounds like a license to print money.
On top of the news about two untitled Marvel movies, Disney has updated their calendar, and changed the title of 'The Muppets' sequel, which is now going by the name 'The Muppets Most Wanted.'
Casting for 'Tomorrowland' appears to be in full swing, with young actress Raffey Cassidy signing on to play a little robot girl -- and with that, the leaked rumor about the plot seems to be somewhat confirmed.
Everything we've heard about Brad Bird's 'Tomorrowland' has been speculation. The George Clooney-starring, Damon Lindelof-scripted project has been under tight lock and key and with plot details scarce, everyone all over the internet has made their guess about what its about, with theories ranging from Walt Disney to UFOs. Now, it looks like the first actual plot details have emerged!
'Tomorrowland' - the mysterious Disney project that may or may not be about aliens - has found the perfect villain to go up against George Clooney: British actor Hugh Laurie, best known for his work on 'House, M.D.'
Brad Bird and George Clooney's mysterious '1952' project over at Disney now has an official title: 'Tomorrowland.'