Even though we’ve seen the trailer for Disney’s upcoming ‘Tomorrowland,’ the plot of the movie still seems pretty enigmatic. However, a recent international trailer offers a little more insight as to what the film is about (as new trailers often do, I suppose), and now the movie seems even more intriguing.
Take a look:
It turns out that the Tomorrowland many of us venture to may just be a cover up for a real Tomorrowland created by Walt Disney along with some other great innovators including Albert Einstein and Thomas Edison.
Of course, this new trailer can send many people into a frenzy of speculation including whether or not ‘Tomorrowland’ has the legs to be a franchise. In an interview with CinemaBlend, Britt Robertson was asked if ‘Tomorrowland ‘ was opening a door into an even larger cinematic universe. Robertson does point out that ‘Tomorrowland’ is a rich world with the potential to delve further:
“So many stories. It’s such a huge scope, and I didn’t even fully understand the level of what that movie is, and what it was at the time. So yeah, you could make, like, 55 movies based on that concept. I don’t know that they will do a sequel, though. I know that Brad Bird’s pretty adamant about – – although he is doing ‘The Incredibles 2’, which is pretty awesome – – he is adamant about having original stories and being behind that.”
Additionally, Disney just announced a new contest where kids can submit a story, image or video about their idea for an invention or innovation that can change the world. Learn more about Disney’s Create Tomorrowland – XPRIZE Challenge if you know of a young one who might interested.
‘Tomorrowland’ opens May 22, 2015 and stars Robertson along with George Clooney, Hugh Laurie, Judy Greer, Kathyrn Hahn and Keegan-Michael Key. Director Brad Bird co-wrote the screenplay with Damon Lindelof (who also produces.)