Guests visiting Disneyland in the next couple days will get a glimpse of of Brad Bird's mysterious new film Tomorrowland. The highly anticipated film, reportedly a science fiction mystery to be released in 2015, will be shooting scenes in front of the classic 'it's a small world' facade.
Production elements have been preparing the area, installing shade structures like those used in the ride's debut at the 1964-1965 World Fair in New York as well as covering a portion of the famous facade in a blue screen. These measures will allow the movie's artists to substitute the background and give the attraction its original appearance. This intriguing shoot adds to the mystery of the film which, while cloaked in secrecy, has let it be known that Walt Disney's scientific endeavors of the fifties and sixties play some part in the story.
Directed by Incredibles creator Brad Bird, the new movie will feature a cast including George Clooney and a "danger-filled mission to unearth the secrets of an enigmatic place somewhere in time and space that exists in their collective memory as 'Tomorrowland.'"