I wonder about this "movie-derived attractions" mentality. Who says that a futuristic Autopia, based upon bleeding-edge (or plausible future technology), couldn't be the "reverse" catalyst for the filmed-entertainment?
This has happened before, with Pirates and now the Thunder Mountain franchises, among others.
If a real-world Tony Stark, like, say... Elon Musk, could bring something truly visionary to Autopia (or other attractions in Tomorrowland), then perhaps that same concept feeds the subsequent media and merchandising. I would definitely (and suspect others might too), purchase new Teslatopia or Mission to Mars 2025 (or whatever) shirts, collectibles and, if the franchise doesn't suck, film-related items tied back into the attraction.
This mentality of waiting to see if a particular film or TV franchise hits to bring a derivative attraction to the parks has to stop. While Disneyland did integrate elements and / or thematic undertones from their films into many opening day attractions, it wasn't the only way they did it. Partnerships with commercial partners led to the very best legacy attractions and I believe that they should go back to exploring this method of incubating new creative concepts more often.