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‘Tomorrowland’ Trailer: George Clooney Defends An Alternate Reality

Mon, March 9, 2015 4:23pm EDT by 7 Comments

It’s here! A first trailer for the super-secretive new film ‘Tomorrowland’ has just been released and you can watch it right now!

Finally! Details have been pretty scarce about the new Disney mystery, Tomorrowland, starring none other than George Clooney. Now, in a first trailer for the film, due out May 22, we get a peek at George’s quest to discover the secrets of the mystical place known as “Tomorrowland.”

‘Tomorrowland’ Trailer

“Every second that ticks by, the future is running out,” George says in this first trailer for Tomorrowland.

The two minute peak doesn’t quite make it clear what exactly “Tomorrowland” is, however, it is obvious that it’s some sort of alternate reality that is somewhere between earth and space.

In the trailer, we see a young woman who is just getting released from jail, collecting an envelope full of her things. The contents are emptied onto the counter, but one item doesn’t belong to her: a pin. “That’s not mine,” she yells to the guard. When she clasps it between her fingers, though, she is suddenly transported into an open field. And that’s where things get interesting.

‘Where Nothing Is Impossible’

“What if there’s a place — a secret place — where nothing is impossible?” we hear George’s voice ask. Using the pin, the young woman enters the depths of this semi-reality, where George finally gives her some answers.

“What you saw is a place where the best and the brightest people in the world came together to actually change it,” he tells her. “We’ve been looking for someone like you for a very long time.”

The rest of the trailer is essentially an action-packed minute of explosions, robots, and people running for their lives. In other words, we cannot wait to see this thing!

“You wanted to see Tomorrowland… Here it comes,” George says. Here it comes, indeed!

What do you think of the Tomorrowland trailer? Are you excited for the movie?

— Casey Mink