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These new featurettes open up some of the characters of Tomorrowland

05.01.2015
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Disney's marketing team hasn't exactly done the best job selling TOMORROWLAND to the masses, and while I haven't had the pleasure of seeing it yet, I have total faith that director Brad Bird (MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - GHOST PROTOCOL) has crafted something fun for audiences this summer. With that said, a couple of featurettes have dropped talking about the female leads of the movie. That may surprise you, as only one female has been present in the bulk of American trailers, but allow the following to open up the scope of the film for you a little bit.

Writer Damon Lindelof (STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS, PROMETHEUS) is known for playing things close to his chest, but in this case, I think it would do Disney well to open up the story a little bit so people have a clear understanding about what kind of movie they're looking at. I'm not saying we need to go to TERMINATOR: GENISYS lengths here, but just enough so we can see what kind of adventure we're in store for.

TOMORROWLAND will open on May 22, 2015.

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12:10PM on 05/05/2015

Maybe I've missed something

But I see people complaining all the time about how trailers and marketing show too much these days, which I absolutely agree with. So, along comes Tomorrowland, a movie whose marketing campaign DOESN'T spoil it, instead giving us a rudimentary understanding of what we're in for while showing us glimpses of action and cool visuals, gets blasted for "not showing enough of the story". I can kind of assume what we're in for based on the trailers and Brad Bird's previous work, and I don't want to
But I see people complaining all the time about how trailers and marketing show too much these days, which I absolutely agree with. So, along comes Tomorrowland, a movie whose marketing campaign DOESN'T spoil it, instead giving us a rudimentary understanding of what we're in for while showing us glimpses of action and cool visuals, gets blasted for "not showing enough of the story". I can kind of assume what we're in for based on the trailers and Brad Bird's previous work, and I don't want to know the whole story from the trailer, so I fail to see the problem with the marketing. I think it's fine.
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4:02PM on 05/01/2015

I'm getting a sense of RATAOUILLLE deja vu here

That was another brilliant Brad Bird film that Disney Marketing had no idea how to sell. Luckily for TOMORROWLAND, I've loved all of Brad Bird's films and George Clooney has a history of choosing interesting movies. It'll have to take some seriously scathing reviews from trusted sources before I give this a pass.
That was another brilliant Brad Bird film that Disney Marketing had no idea how to sell. Luckily for TOMORROWLAND, I've loved all of Brad Bird's films and George Clooney has a history of choosing interesting movies. It'll have to take some seriously scathing reviews from trusted sources before I give this a pass.
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1:57PM on 05/01/2015

I think shaky marketing is an understatement.....

If Brad Bird's name wasn't attached (and if it wasn't for the fact that I love all of his films), I would have already written this off. The teaser was really good and made me want to check it out. Everything since then has not been intriguing to me at all. It may come down to reviews on this because we're most of the way through the advertising campaign and we don't know anything about the storyline.
If Brad Bird's name wasn't attached (and if it wasn't for the fact that I love all of his films), I would have already written this off. The teaser was really good and made me want to check it out. Everything since then has not been intriguing to me at all. It may come down to reviews on this because we're most of the way through the advertising campaign and we don't know anything about the storyline.
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