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    In What Way Might The New "Tomorrowland" Movie Affect The Namesake?

    Have a gander at this article / interview discussing plans for the new Tomorrowland film.

    Although a general overhaul of Tomorrowland is needed and imminent, could there be a plan shaping that involves yet another unneeded movie starring the Rock?

    I really hope not. I give them more credit than that. But still...
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    Re: In What Way Might The New "Tomorrowland" Movie Affect The Namesake?

    I believe the movie "Tomorrowland" won't be related to the actual land itself, but I could be wrong.

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    Re: In What Way Might The New "Tomorrowland" Movie Affect The Namesake?

    The movie sounds interesting... I am a little concerned that it is labeled as "Pirate in Space". I have no idea how it will relate to Tomorrowland the location. I would hope that it would encourage Disney to do a general update of the location WITHOUT a franchise tie-in but I don't know.
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    Re: In What Way Might The New "Tomorrowland" Movie Affect The Namesake?

    lol... first Adventureland and now Tomorrowland.

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    Re: In What Way Might The New "Tomorrowland" Movie Affect The Namesake?

    Good Lordy- Here comes Rockalnd... just across the Hub from Sparrow Square
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    Re: In What Way Might The New "Tomorrowland" Movie Affect The Namesake?

    This has potential, but ... we'll have to see what happens tomorrow ...

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    Re: In What Way Might The New "Tomorrowland" Movie Affect The Namesake?

    what the heck! why are they making a movie?!?!

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    Re: In What Way Might The New "Tomorrowland" Movie Affect The Namesake?

    Quote Originally Posted by Zoe Necrosis View Post
    Have a gander at this article / interview discussing plans for the new Tomorrowland film.

    Although a general overhaul of Tomorrowland is needed and imminent, could there be a plan shaping that involves yet another unneeded movie starring the Rock?

    I really hope not. I give them more credit than that. But still...
    Still murky as to whether the film is intended for a boxoffice release or a Disney theme park attraction (as I predicted in my thread last week, when I introduced this topic). We won't know until Disney itself officially weighs in. Nice work fleshing out this article, Zoe.

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    lol... first Adventureland and now Tomorrowland.


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    Re: In What Way Might The New "Tomorrowland" Movie Affect The Namesake?

    PLEASE NO! It will have nothing to do with the land itself and it will just be cheesy. I really like some sci-fi films but the truth is that the majority of people do not. I don't think it can be a success like PotC at all because only "nerds" (Don't be offended. I'm one too.) will enjoy the movie.
    However I could be very wrong... Disney has revived the Pirate era of film and maybe they can make science fiction popular too!
    P.S. It could be interesting if they make movies based on other lands because didn't a "not so family friendly" movie just come out entitled "Adventureland"?

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    Re: In What Way Might The New "Tomorrowland" Movie Affect The Namesake?

    Quote Originally Posted by dogtherock View Post
    I really like some sci-fi films but the truth is that the majority of people do not. I don't think it can be a success like PotC at all because only "nerds" (Don't be offended. I'm one too.) will enjoy the movie.
    J.J. Abrams would beg to differ.


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    Re: In What Way Might The New "Tomorrowland" Movie Affect The Namesake?

    Quote Originally Posted by Datameister View Post
    J.J. Abrams would beg to differ.
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    Re: In What Way Might The New "Tomorrowland" Movie Affect The Namesake?

    And then there's, um...

    ...this.



    And, uh...

    ...this.


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    Re: In What Way Might The New "Tomorrowland" Movie Affect The Namesake?

    Quote Originally Posted by Datameister View Post
    J.J. Abrams would beg to differ.
    Abrams has re-immagined sci-fi in such a way that the universe is bursting with fans. and with coolness once again.

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    Re: In What Way Might The New "Tomorrowland" Movie Affect The Namesake?

    What's up with Disney's love affair with deadpan middlebrow actors i.e.: Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Vin Diesel, and Nick Cage. They should do themselves a favor and actually get some interesting talent.

    I think the idea of basing a movie on an entire land seems to be the next logical step following the success of POTC. I'm just baffled by the constant attention the "Rock" is getting from Disney.

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    Re: In What Way Might The New "Tomorrowland" Movie Affect The Namesake?

    Quote Originally Posted by dogtherock View Post
    P.S. It could be interesting if they make movies based on other lands because didn't a "not so family friendly" movie just come out entitled "Adventureland"?
    And it was distributed by Miramax Films, which is part of the Walt Disney Motion Pictures Group.


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