Tomorrowland also known as Project T in some regions and subtitled A World Beyond Das Große Spiel - Fischer Chöre - 1000 Stemmen Zingen Voor Miljoenen some other regions is a American science-fiction mystery adventure film  directed and co-written by Brad Bird.
Bird Utopia (48) - Chimes Tomorrow / Her the film's screenplay with Damon Lindeloffrom an original story treatment by Bird, Lindelof and Jeff Jensen.
Walt Disney Pictures originally announced the film in June under the working titleand later retitled it to Tomorrowlandafter the futuristic themed land found at Disney theme parks. Tomorrowland was released in conventional and IMAX formats on May 22, Utopia (48) - Chimes Tomorrow / Her and was the first theatrical film to be released in Dolby Vision and Dolby Cinema.
Inventor Frank Walker addresses an unseen audience about the future. It is rejected by judge David Nix on the basis that it doesn't work. Frank obeys and sneaks onto the ride, where the pin is scanned by a laser, and he is transported to Tomorrowland, a futuristic cityscape, where advanced robots fix his jetpack, allowing him to fly and join the secretive world.
Frank passes the narration to the optimistic teenager Casey Newton. Casey is eventually caught and arrested. At the police station, she finds a pin in her belongings which appears similar to the pin young Frank was given by Athena, but colored oppositely. While touching it, the pin transports her to Tomorrowland.
Her adventure is cut short when the pin's battery runs out, frustrating her. With help from her younger brother Nate, Casey finds a Houston memorabilia store related to the pin.
The owners, Hugo Gernsback and his wife Ursula, attack her when she is unable to divulge where she got the pin. Athena, who gave Casey the pin, bursts in and defeats the owners, actually Audio-Animatronicswho self-destruct, blowing apart the shop. After Casey and Athena steal a car, Athena reveals she is an animatronic, purposed to find and recruit people who fit the ideals of Tomorrowland.
Animatronic assassins arrive to kill Casey, but she and Frank escape. Frank resents Athena for lying to him about her true nature. He reluctantly agrees to help them get to Tomorrowland. Using a teleportation device, the trio travel to the top of the Eiffel Tower.
Frank explains that Gustave EiffelJules VerneNikola Teslaand Thomas Edison co-founded Doc Wör Mirran - He-Man Musak Ultra, a secret society of futurists, creating Tomorrowland in another dimension, free to make scientific breakthroughs without obstruction.
The trio use an antique rocket hidden beneath the Eiffel Tower — called the Spectacle — to travel to Tomorrowland. There, they find Tomorrowland in a state of decay. They travel to a tachyon machine, invented by Frank, which accurately predicted the worldwide catastrophe.
Casey refuses to accept the world will end, causing the future to temporarily alter. While Frank attempts to convince Nix to listen, he refuses, arresting the intruders.
Casey realizes the tachyon machine is telling humanity that the world will end, creating a self-fulfilling prophecy. They confront Nix, who admits he tried to prevent the future by projecting such images to humanity as a warning. Instead, they Utopia (48) - Chimes Tomorrow / Her the apocalypse in fiction, refusing to act to make Utopia (48) - Chimes Tomorrow / Her better future for their world.
Frank, Casey, and Athena attempt to use a bomb to destroy the machine, leading to a fight Blank & Jones - Relax (Edition Nine) (File, Album) Nix.
Athena sees a vision of the future where Frank is shot by Nix, and she jumps in the way of his attack, mortally wounding her. Making peace with Frank, Athena activates her self-destruct sequence, destroying the machine, but kills Nix too.
In the present, Frank and Casey lead Tomorrowland, recruit Eddie and Nate, and create a new group of recruitment animatronics like Athena, whom they were addressing at the beginning of the film. Given pins, the animatronic children set out to recruit new dreamers and thinkers for Tomorrowland. Onscreen, Key's character introduces himself as Hugo Gernsbacka tribute to the influence of the man renowned as one of the "Fathers of Science Fiction" and the namesake of the Hugo Awards.
InDamon Lindelof began discussions with Walt Disney Studios about producing a modern science-fiction Disney film, with Tomorrowland as a basis. Jensen agreed and began to research the history of the Walt Disney Companyparticularly Walt Disney 's fascination with futurismscientific innovation and utopiaas well as his involvement with the New York World's Fair and Disney's unrealized concept for EPCOT. While keeping information about the plot secret, when asked in November whether the project would be Star Wars: Episode VIIBird denied the rumor, but confirmed that Tomorrowland would be a science-fiction film,  with Lindelof adding that the film would not center on extraterrestrials.
On January 23,nearly a week before the title change, Bird tweeted a picture related to the project. The image showed a frayed cardboard box labeledsupposedly uncovered from the Walt Disney Imagineering developmental unit,  and containing items like archival photographs of Walt Disney, Technicolor film, envelopes, a vinyl recordspace technology literature, a copy of an Amazing Stories magazine which introduced Philip La Crise - Dalichar & O.E.A.
- Première Main Nowlan 's Buck Rogers characterand an unidentified metal object. There was also an accompanying iPhone app  which took viewers through the Utopia (48) - Chimes Tomorrow / Her much like one would experience Utopia (48) - Chimes Tomorrow / Her a museum.
Michael Giacchino was hired to compose the film music. Principal photography commenced in EnderbyBritish Columbia on August 19,and also filmed in Vancouver including the H. During post-production, a number of scenes featuring actress Judy Greer as Jenny Newton, Casey's Robertson late mother were cut in order to improve the film's runtime.
Greer's role was reduced to minor cameo, while actor Lochlyn Munrowho portrayed Casey's live-in Por Tí - Ángel Galán* - Ángel Galán Anthony, had his scenes removed completely.
Upon its first week of release on home media in the U. An alternate reality gameThe Optimist, was created by Walt Disney Imagineering with Walt Disney Studios to create the world of Tomorrowland and to introduce the movie to the Disney theme park fanbase.
It occurred in a fictionalized version of Disney history and players interacted with multiple characters that led them on a hunt across a variety of places with clues and puzzles leading to more. It ran from July 8,to August 11, It led players around the Anaheim area and within Disneyland itself and culminated at the D23 Expo. We feel it's incredibly important for us as a company and as an industry to keep telling original stories.
Tomorrowland opened in the U. Peter Travers of Rolling Stone gave the film two and a half stars out of four, saying "Brad Bird's Tomorrowlanda noble failure about trying to succeed, is written and directed with such open-hearted optimism that you cheer it on even as it stumbles.
The movie can conjure up futuristic images, but the story is nothing we haven't seen before. Colin Covert of the Star Tribune gave the film two out of four stars, saying "A well-oiled machine of visuals, and yet a wobbling rattletrap of storytelling, the sci-fi fantasy Tomorrowland is an unwieldy clunker driven into the ditch at full speed. The story seems like a jigsaw puzzle inviting Utopia (48) - Chimes Tomorrow / Her to solve it.
That's the fun part. However, when the resolution is presented, it underwhelms. Scott of The New York Times gave the film a negative review, saying "It's important to note that Tomorrowland is not disappointing in the usual way. It's not another glib, phoned-in piece of franchise mediocrity, but rather a work of evident passion and conviction.
What it isn't is in any way convincing or enchanting. Ty Burr Suzy Slicker - Tiger - Tiger The Boston Globe gave the film two and a half stars out of Utopia (48) - Chimes Tomorrow / Her , saying "Rapturous on a scene-by-scene Original Dixieland One Step - Various - Era Of The Clarinet and nearly incoherent when taken as a whole, the movie is idealistic and deranged, inspirational and very, very conflicted.
So OK. I'm positive Tomorrowland was a disappointment. David Edelstein of New York magazine gave the film a positive review, stating that " Tomorrowland is the most enchanting reactionary cultural diatribe ever made.
It's so smart, so winsome, so utterly rejuvenating that you'll have to wait until your eyes have dried and your buzz has worn off before you can begin to argue with it. Linda Barnard Utopia (48) - Chimes Tomorrow / Her the Toronto Star gave the film three out of four stars, saying "Brad Bird presents a gorgeously wrought, hopeful future vision in Tomorrowlandinfusing the family film with enough entertaining action and retro-themed whiz bang to forgive an awkward opening and third-act weakness.
Dowd of The A. Club gave the film a B- saying "Bird stages the PG mayhem with his Alexander The Great - Mascot Fight - Jumping The Shark grasp of dimension and space, his gift for action that's timed like physical comedy. He keeps the whole thing moving, even when it begins to feel bogged down by preachiness and sci-fi exposition. Brian Skutle of Sonic Cinema gave the film a B—, saying "What's so surprising about the film isn't how simple the story is, but how lacking of energy the whole thing is.
Gone is the excitement and passion Utopia (48) - Chimes Tomorrow / Her drove The Incredibles and Ratatouillethe Various - Emergency! suspense of Ghost Protocol and the nostalgic feeling of The Iron Giant. Bird feels less like the author of this film and more like a hired hand to give Disney a big-budget tentpole based on studio notes.
It is a kids' movie, after all. People will argue about whether we told the proper story or not. People ask, 'Why did you spend so much time in a car when you could have been in Tomorrowland?
We had a lot of ideas for Tomorrowland but just running around Tomorrowland is not a movie. There has to be a conflict. It has to be somewhat interesting. We set out to make a fable or a fairy tale about what happened to the positive view of the future and how can we get it back and pursue that idea.
For better or worse, we did. The musical score for Tomorrowland was composed by Michael Giacchinoa recurrent collaborator of Bird's. A soundtrack album was released digitally on May 19, followed by a physical release on June 2, Sherman and Robert B.
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