'Tomorrowland': Disney's Retro Future Sci-Fi Film in Pictures

Welcome to Tomorrowland

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Disney's new (2015) live-action feature film showcases a retro future inspired by the area of their amusement parks called, "Tomorrowland." See images and photos from the 2015 science fiction film.

Clooney Stars as Frank Walker in Tomorrowland

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Actor George Clooney stars as Frank Walker in "Tomorrowland," a movie coming from Disney in 2015.

Disney's Tomorrowland

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A promotional image from the forthcoming movie, "Tomorrowland," from Disney.

'Tomorrowland' Trailer Shows NASA Cap


A still from the teaser trailer for "Tomorrowland" shows a special pin and a hat with NASA's logo.

Disney's Tomorrowland Emblem


A wallpaper image shows the emblem of Disney's "Tomorrowland" as seen in the 2015 movie.

Casey (Britt Robertson) in Tomorrowland

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Casey (Britt Robertson) in "Tomorrowland," coming from Disney in 2015.

Tomorrowland Movie Panorama

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A promotional image shows a futuristic scene in Disney's "Tomorrowland" (2015).

Hugh Laurie Portrays David Nix in Tomorrowland

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Hugh Laurie portrays scientist David Nix in "Tomorrowland," a movie coming from Disney in 2015.

A Scene from Tomorrowland

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A promotional image from "Tomorrowland," coming from Disney in 2015.

"Tomorrowland" Pop-Up Museum

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The "Tomorrowland" pop-up museum at Disney's D23 Expo gave Disney fans a first look at space memorabilia and other artifacts that inspired the 2014 movie by the same title.

Disney's Tomorrowland Logo

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Logo of Disney's "Tomorrowland" movie (2015).

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Tom Chao
Tom Chao has contributed to SPACE.com as a producer and writer since 2000. As a writer and editor, he has worked for the Voyager Company, Time Inc. New Media, HarperCollins and Worth Publishers. He has a bachelor’s degree in Cinema Production from the University of Southern California, and a master’s degree from NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study. To find out what his latest project is, you can follow Tom on Google+.