Disney's Mysterious '1952' Clooney Project Entitled 'Tomorrowland'

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by Sophia Savage
January 30, 2013 12:15 PM
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The photo, via EW
Disney's top secret project, known as "1952" while in development, has been given an official title: "Tomorrowland." George Clooney is on board to star. The story was developed by director Brad Bird, Damon Lindelof and EW writer Jeff Jensen. Bird and Lindelof wrote the screenplay. Rumors have swirled about the film's subject. Is "1952" the working title for the upcoming "Star Wars: Episode VII"? Or perhaps about the founding of Disney's Imagineering division in 1952?

Bird and Lindelof revealed some information via Twitter last week, posting photos of an archive box labeled "1952," but they'll likely keep as much mystery alive as long as possible.

EW explains,

"Inside the box, which supposedly provided inspiration for the story, is a copy of the book Model Research: The National Advisory Committee For Aeronautics 1918-1958 by military history professor Alex Roland (published in 1985), and an August 1928 edition of Amazing Stories magazine, featuring a man in a flying suit on the cover — the first appearance of the time-leaping hero Buck Rogers."

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