Tomorrowland Japanese trailer brings in the geniuses
We’ve already seen the U.S. trailer for Disney’s Tomorrowland, and with that, we’ve seen that the pin somehow transports the main character Casey (Britt Robertson) to this new world. But Casey obviously wants to get there, and so she enlists Frank Walker (George Clooney) to bring her there. Of course there’s more to the story, and in the Tomorrowland Japanese trailer, they definitely give us more, and it involves the Disneyland park directly.
Now this is an interesting concept to bring into the film, that of which supposedly interweaves at least two of the most genius minds of the 20th century, Albert Enstein and Thomas Edison, as well as Walt Disney. To have Disneyland actually be a “cover” for this futuristic society is quite meta, so I’m wondering how far they will go with that without it being too much.
I like how the trailer connects Casey’s character with that of Frank’s character, as I’m assuming the young boy they show it the beginning of the trailer is that of a young Frank Walker. Of course, there’s also the girl that tells Casey that “he’s special, too,” again assuming the girl is referring to Frank since they cut to the scene in which she knocks on his door, demanding to be taken to Tomorrowland.
Either way, it still looks too interesting to pass up on the big screen. This is the type of movie that definitely demands the traditional movie theater experience.
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 in time and space that exists in their collective memory as “Tomorrowland.”
Along with Robertson and Clooney, the movie stars Hugh Laurie (House M.D.), Judy Greer (Two and a Half Men), Tim McGraw (The Blind Side), Kathryn Hahn (Parks and Recreation), and Keegan-Michael Key (Key and Peele).
Tomorrowland opens in U.S. theaters on May 22, 2015, while some areas around the world have it opening a couple of days before or even a couple of weeks after, including Japan.
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