The story of ‘Tomorrowland’ movie bound by a shared destiny, a bright, optimistic teen bursting with scientific curiosity and a former boy-genius inventor jaded by disillusionment embark on a danger-filled mission to unearth the secrets of an enigmatic place somewhere or distant world in time and space that exists in their collective memory as Tomorrowland.
Tomorrowland movie stars George Clooney (Gravity, Ocean’s 11), Hugh Laurie (House, Blackadder) and Britt Robertson (Scream 4, Life Unexpected) in an epic science fiction movie from Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. Take detail information about this highly adventures and scientific friction movie ‘Tomorrowland’.
|Cast/Starring: George Clooney(Frank Walker), Britt Robertson (Casey Newton), Hugh Laurie (David Nix), Raffey Cassidy (Athena), Kathryn Hahn (Ursula), Pierce Gagnon (Nate), Lochlyn Munro (Uncle Anthony), Chris Bauer (Pa)|
|Direction: Brad Bird|
|Genre: Science fiction/ Adventures|
|Produced by: Brad Bird, Damon Lindelof, Jeffrey Chernov|
|Production company: Walt Disney Pictures|
|Distributed by: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures|
|Studio: New Line Cinema (Warner Bros.), Village Roadshow Pictures|
|Music composed by: Michael Giacchino|
|Cinematography: Claudio Miranda|
|Screenplay: Damon Lindelof, Brad Bird|
|Story by: Damon Lindelof, Brad Bird, Jeff Jensen|
|Initially Releasing date: May 22, 2015 (United States, India)|
|Running time: 130 minutes (2 Hours, 10 Minutes)|
|Budget: $190 million (USD)|
|Official Website: http://www.tomorrowland-movie.com/|
“Tomorrowland,” based on draws on company founder Walt Disney’s futuristic visions of a utopian society, features Clooney as a mysterious inventor and Britt Robertson (Casey Newton) as a young woman who finds a portal to a distant world. The existence of this new distinct world is in between time and space known as ‘Tomarrowland’.
Tomorrowland 3D movie preview:
What they must do there changes the world—and them—forever. Featuring a screenplay by Brad Bird and Lost writer and co-creator Damon Lindelof, from a story by Lindelof & Jeff Jensen and Bird, Tomorrowland promises to take audiences on a thrill ride of nonstop adventures through new dimensions that have only been dreamed of.
Hollywood famous movies like “The Incredibles” and “Ratatouille,” writer-director Brad Bird comes with his new science fiction and full adventures movie ‘Tomorrowland’. The ‘Tomorrowland’ Movie director-writer proved himself not just a wizardly storyteller but also as an ardent champion of excellence, intelligence, imagination power, creativity and nonconformity in every arena of human (and rodent) accomplishment. And this time Bra Bird ready with his supper starrer and adventures science fiction movie ‘Tomorrowland’.
Tomorrowland 2015 movie official trailer in 3D HD formats already launched. The audience response of this new imagination, creativity and science fiction movie Tomorrowland trailer is amazing. In these trailers George Clooney (Frank Walker) shown as a 20 year old young girl who touch something (like a coin) and feel the new world just touch that coin. After search about that she known about that was a distant world which exists in between time and space.
The fans of George Clooney, Hugh Laurie and Britt Robertson are globally and mind blowing puzzle solving and new ideas to crack the all problem grabs the audience all time who really wants science fiction movies and adventures movies as well. George Clooney proves his mind blowing performances in his previous movies like Gravity and Ocean’s 11, Similar Hugh Laurie and Britt Robertson proves their acting ability in their previous super famous movies House, Blackadder and Scream 4, Life Unexpected respectively. This time Hollywood film industry ready to makes some more history with this new movie ‘Tomorrowland 2015’ with famous star cast team members George Clooney, Hugh Laurie, Britt Robertson and Bollywood industry best director-writer Brad Bird to prove themselves ones again and breaks Bollywood previous hits movies box office collection records with his upcoming movie.
In the other casting of Tomorrowland movie Raffey Cassidy (Athena), Kathryn Hahn (Ursula), Pierce Gagnon (Nate), Lochlyn Munro (Uncle Anthony), Chris Bauer (Pa) plays an important role in this science fiction movie. So Tomorrowland movie have a great team which is defiantly gives one of the hit movie which creates a new records in worldwide film market.
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Tomorrowland 2015 movie story:
The story of ‘Tomorrowland’ movie bound by a shared destiny, All the more disappointing, then, that the forces of mediocrity have largely prevailed over “Tomorrowland,” a kid-skewing adventure saga that, for all its initial narrative intrigue and visual splendor, winds up feeling like a hollow, hucksterism Trojan horse of a movie the shiny product of some smiling yet sinister dimension where save-the-world impulses and Disney mass-branding strategies collide.
In Tomorrowland striking a worrisome note early on is an overly cutesy framing device that introduces two narrators who can’t stop arguing over how to tell their respective stories.
In the first of these narrators Frank Walker (Clooney) is a curmudgeonly scientist who recounts how, as a young boy (played by Thomas Robinson), he attended the 1964 New York World’s Fair with his first big invention, a jet pack that (sort of) gives its wearer the power of flight. Dismissed by a supercilious judge (Hugh Laurie), Frank manages to attract the interest of a sly, watchful young girl named Athena (Raffey Cassidy), who hands him a small lapel pin marked with the letter “T.” One bumpy elevator ride later, Frank finds himself deposited in Tomorrowland, a city of towering robots and sleek, ivory-toned buildings, where one’s imagination can presumably run wild.
But before we can learn why Frank was brought to Tomorrowland and what he accomplished there, the film abruptly shifts to the present day. This present day represent the second narrator, Casey Newton (Britt Robertson), is an extremely bright young woman in her 20s who lives with her father (Tim McGraw) and her little brother (Pierce Gagnon) in the shadow of the NASA station in Cape Canaveral, Fla. Like Frank before her, Casey boasts such keen intelligence and scientific acumen that she, too, receives a mysterious “T” pin; whenever (and only whenever) she touches it, she’s suddenly whisked off to Tomorrowland, necessitating several seamless, rapid-fire shifts in scenery. It’s the film’s niftiest visual trick, as well as a prelude to the one setpiece here that feels honestly transporting: an extended tracking shot in which we follow Casey on a monorail ride through the city, reveling in every otherworldly detail. (The context-free synchronized diving routine is a particular treat.)
But Casey’s trip is short-lived. After about two minutes of enraptured sight-seeing, she’s unceremoniously returned home, leaving her desperate to find her way back. By this point the viewer is likely to understand all too well how she feels, as “Tomorrowland” increasingly suggests a version of “The Wizard of Oz” that, despite numerous attempts at liftoff, never quite manages makes it over the rainbow. Indeed, Casey herself comes to resemble a sort of reverse Dorothy Gale figure — one eager to leave her humdrum existence, not return to it — as she hits the road and tries to find out who gave her the now-defunct pin. It’s not long before she finds her answer in the form of the mysteriously ageless Athena, who, with typically well-meaning vagueness, warns our heroine that she is in grave danger.
What little sense of wonder remains at this point is decisively zapped away when “Tomorrowland” suddenly morphs into a paranoid thriller/road movie, where danger lurks noisily behind every bend, as signaled by the busy workings of Michael Giacchino’s score. Athena persuades Casey to pay a visit to the cranky, hermitlike Frank, whom the android leaders of Tomorrowland banished years ago for making a startling discovery about the world’s impending doom. It’s here that the “Interstellar” connection kicks in, complete with (surrogate) father-daughter bond, as Casey’s inherent optimism becomes the necessary counterweight to Frank’s pessimism in the battle to save mankind. It’s here, too, that the film reveals its intent as a humanitarian/ecological call to arms, delivering an attack on widespread cynicism and apathy.
These are weighty, provocative, worthwhile themes to implant in a PG-rated family film, but the glaring failure of “Tomorrowland” is that its central premise — children are the future — is almost completely negated by the peachiness of the execution and the clumsiness of the storytelling. This is not, frankly, a movie that evinces much faith in the cognitive and imaginative powers of young people. Its attitude toward the tykes in the audience can be more or less summed up by the aggressively cheeky interplay between Clooney and Robertson, and by the blunt, often poorly motivated chase/action sequences (none of which rise to the level of Bird’s previous live-action feature, “Mission: Impossible-Ghost Protocol”).
Tomorrowland 3D Box Office Collection predication:
Tomorrowland 3D is a science-fiction and full adventure, directed by Brad Bird and George Clooney, Hugh Laurie and Britt Robertson famous starter film should pull in more than $100 million on box office in opening weekend i.e. first three-day of weekend, giving the pricey film a chance of making back its $150 million production budget. Although tracking is strong and given the presence of Clooney and Bird (“Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol”), “Tomorrowland” represents one of the summer movie season’s biggest risks. It is neither a sequel nor a reboot.
Tomorrowland 3D movie first day box office collection prediction – $35 – $40 M
Tomorrowland 3D movie second day box officecollection prediction -$34 – $40 M
Tomorrowland 3D movie third day box office collection prediction – $40 – $45 M
Tomorrowland 3D movie expected box office collection – $350 M- $450M
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Tomorrowland movie releasing date worldwide:
Here we are presenting the list of worldwide famous countries where Tomorrowland 2015 movie will be released with releasing date. So take a look of Tomorrowland 2015 releasing date with respective country worldwide.
|United States||09 May 15 (Anaheim, California) (premiere)|
|Canada||22 May 15|
|Latin America / Caribbean|
|Argentina||21 May 15|
|Azerbaijan||21 May 15|
|Bolivia||21 May 15|
|Brazil||29 May 15|
|Chile||21 May 15|
|Colombia||21 May 15|
|Mexico||21 May 15|
|Panama||21 May 15|
|Peru||21 May 15|
|Puerto Rico||05 June 15|
|Uruguay||21 May 15|
|Venezuela||21 May 15|
|Middle East / Africa|
|Egypt||22 May 15|
|Israel||21 May 15|
|Lebanon||21 May 15|
|South Africa||22 May 15|
|United Arab Emirates||22 May 15|
|Australia||28 May 15|
|China||26 May 15|
|Romania||22 May 15|
|Hong Kong||21 May 15|
|India||21 May 15|
|Indonesia||21 May 15|
|Japan||06 June 15|
|Korea||22 May 15|
|Malaysia||21 May 15|
|New Zealand||21 May 15|
|Pilipinas | Philippines||22 May 15|
|Singapore||21 May 15|
|Taiwan||22 May 15|
|Vietnam||22 May 15|
|Thailand||21 May 15|
|Austria||21 May 15|
|Belgium||20 May 15|
|Bulgaria||22 May 15|
|Hrvatska | Croatia||21 May 15|
|Cyprus||22 May 15|
|Czech Republic||21 May 15|
|Danmark | Denmark||21 May 15|
|Estonia||22 May 15|
|Suomi | Finland||22 May 15|
|France||20 May 15|
|Deutschland | Germany||21 May 15|
|Greece||28 May 15|
|Hungary||28 May 15|
|Iceland||22 May 15|
|South Korea||28 May 15|
|Italia | Italy||21 May 15|
|Kuwait||21 May 15|
|Kazakhstan||21 May 15|
|Republic of Macedonia||21 May 15|
|Latvia||21 May 15|
|Lithuania||22 May 15|
|Norway||22 May 15|
|Nederland | Netherlands | Holland||21 May 15|
|Norge | Norway||21 May 15|
|Polska | Poland||29 May 15|
|Ireland||22 May 15|
|Portugal||28 May 15|
|România||22 May 15|
|Россия | Russia||21 May 15|
|Srbija | Crna Gora | Serbia & Montenegro||21 May 15|
|Slovakia||22 May 15|
|Slovenija | Slovenia||22 May 15|
|España | Spain||29 May 15|
|Sverige | Sweden||22 May 15|
|Switz – French||22 May 15|
|Switz – German||21 May 15|
|Türkiye | Turkey||22 May 15|
|Ukraine||21 May 15|
|United Kingdom||22 May 15|