Watch: Britt Robertson Finds Brad Bird's 'Tomorrowland' in Trailer

October 9, 2014
Source: Disney


"What if there was a place, a secret place, where nothing was impossible?" We've been waiting for a first glimpse at Brad Bird's sci-fi adventure Tomorrowland for awhile, and the teaser trailer has finally arrived. Britt Robertson finds herself able to travel to some incredible world from tomorrow by touching a mysterious pin that looks like it came straight from Disneyland. It's just a teaser trailer, and we only get a glimpse at the sci-fi world in action, but it's a pretty great tease for what's to come next summer. You can bet that pin (which is being handed out at NYCC right now) is going to be a hot commodity. Watch below now!

Here's the teaser trailer for Brad Bird's Tomorrowland straight from Disney:


Tomorrowland is directed by Brad Bird (The Incredibles, Ratatouille, Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol) who co-wrote the script with Damon Lindelof (Star Trek Into Darkness, Prometheus). Bound by a shared destiny, a bright, optimistic teen (Britt Robertson) bursting with scientific curiosity and a former boy-genius inventor (George Clooney) jaded by disillusionment embark on a danger-filled mission to unearth the secrets of an enigmatic place somewhere in time and space that exists in their collective memory as “Tomorrowland.” Walt Disney Pictures releases the film on May 22nd, 2015. You wanna go?

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  • Lovin' the vibe so far! I have faith in the Bird.
  • avconsumer2
  • ListenToVinyl
    I was skeptical at first, but I'm definitely liking this tease.
  • ion677
    Looks real good!
  • Chris Groves
    Lindelof writing and Bird directing a new sci-fi blockbuster from Disney starring George Clooney. That is a statement that ensures I'll be buying a ticket.
    • Funny. I feel the same about Bird. But Lindelof writing is what makes me question my choice.
    • Sorry but what part of Lindelof got you excited? The terrible stupid show that was Lost, the garbage called Prometheus or Star Trek? Bird is indeed a master and deserves a ticket purchase from. But thats the ONLY reason. Clooney?? pssst
      • Chris Groves
        Hello pretentious snob, I'm Chris, a sane and reasonable movie goer. Lost was a great show. I definitely prefer films to TV, but I've given many TV shows a chance. Game of Thrones is the best, and Lost is the 2nd best, and believe me, I've watched all of the contenders...and most of the either don't reach the heights, or they reach them, and falter terribly by the end of the series. As far as films that Lindelof has been involved with: I really enjoyed both of the new Star Trek films as well as Cowboys & Aliens. He did a good job salvaging the final act of World War Z, too. Prometheus was a let down, but I put most of that blame on Ridley Scott, who was serving a producer/director role and calling all of the shots. Clooney isn't the greatest actor ever or anything, but he can be damn good in the right roles. The last time he was in any type of sci-fi film was Gravity, and he was great in that. Did I adequately answer your condescending question?
  • Wafffles
    Looks promising, but I sincerely hope there's more to the origin of the pin than "uh, here, the entire plot revolves around this pin. Have fun!"
  • Jon Odishaw
    I wanna go
  • Sky
    OK now i am excited
  • Is it for kids? Could be a fun kids movie.
  • OfficialJab
    "Imagine a place where clichéd taglines are impossible." Also lines that begin with "what if there was -" in trailers.
  • NathanDewey
    Lovely music in this. Looks cool.
    • Michael Kingscott
      Shades of Philip Glass' Pruit igoe and Prophecies from Watchmen at the end :-)
  • IamSlave
    Visually it looks beautiful. Hope the rest can be as good. So far I'm interested.
  • Jonathan
    Wow, that was a really great opening scene. Bird's got the touch. (Bird's got the power. When all hell's breaking lose he'll be riding the eye of the storm... weird.)
  • Neuromancer
    Looks like fun. Wonder what happens when you move in Tomorrowland and drop the pin, if you would end up at the same location in the real world (and what would happen if you'd get stuck in a wall or at a high altitude).
    • Michael Kingscott
      That's exactly what I thought :-) Once you're holding the pin, how do you put it down safely? 😀
    • Chris Groves
      Looks as though when let go, the person and the pin return to our world. Should be interesting, I can't imagine they go around holding the pin all day long.
  • Trailer did a good job creating wonderment and interest. I think Bird is a quality director, and I hope he continues to show that in this film.
  • Jorrell Mcdaniel
    That was a incredible teaser. Definitely intrigued.
  • Avi
    brad bird is the reason to go!
    • Jamie Holmes
      I'll 2nd that.
  • Payne by name
    Now that is what a trailer should do. Entice, intrigue, excite but not give away. Based on this, I'd pay to see the film.
    Oh Yes! YES! This is great. Brad Bird is the MAN! Shame really what happened to Staunton. He is just a good...
  • liyanc
    Looks interesting. I'm in.
  • Why?
    You had my you have my attention.
  • shane willett
    so this is a 10 year in development movie - better be good !




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