Brad Bird's New Sci-Fi '1952' Will Officially Be Titled 'Tomorrowland'
by Alex Billington
January 28, 2013
Briefly: The plot thickens. Disney has sent our a press release confirming the news from EW.com that Brad Bird's secret new sci-fi project 1952 is actually going to be titled Tomorrowland. Ah ha, now I think we definitely know what this is actually about - the origins behind the Tomorrowland section of the Disneyland park. The press release doesn't include any other new details, besides confirming that George Clooney is set to start in the film, being directed by Brad Bird, arriving in theaters December 2014. Bird revealed his own mystery box full of 1952 items last week, and the hint at the time was that the film could focus on Buck Rogers and the creation of Disneyland. That might just be the case after all. We'll have to wait to hear more.
Reader Feedback - 4 Comments
TOONFED on Jan 28, 2013
Aha. A movie about the creation of a part of Disneyland? Well, the pirates ride got 5 movies... George Clooney will play Walt Disney?
David Banner on Jan 28, 2013
Oh yes. Yes, please!
Danimal on Jan 29, 2013
I’m guessing that George Clooney will play Mickey Mouse, aka Uncle Walt.
dandassow on Jan 30, 2013
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