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Tomorrowland (9-May-2015)

Director: Brad Bird

Writers: Brad Bird; Jeff Jensen; Damon Lindelof

Keywords: Action/Adventure

A disillusioned inventor and intrepid teenager join forces to restore hope and wonder to a misbegotten world.

ABSTRACT
Frank Walker, a crotchety inventor, lives in seclusion in a world besieged by doom, gloom, and fear of an impending apocalypse, haunted by an ill-fated encounter with scientist David Nix as a boy genius at the 1964 World's Fair. Science-loving teen Casey Newton, daughter of a NASA engineer, is drawn to Walker's house by visions of a utopia called "Tomorrowland" activated by a mystical pin bearing a curious "T" logo; together, they set out on a journey to save their world by unlocking Tomorrowland's secrets.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Chris Bauer
Actor
28-Oct-1966   Andy Bellefleur on True Blood
Garry Chalk
Actor
17-Feb-1952   Michael Oakes on The Killing
George Clooney
Actor
6-May-1961   E.R.
Judy Greer
Actor
20-Jul-1975   13 Going on 30
Kathryn Hahn
Actor
23-Jul-1974   Lily Lebowski on Crossing Jordan
Keegan Michael Key
Actor
22-Mar-1971   MADtv
Hugh Laurie
Actor
11-Jun-1959   Jeeves and Wooster, House
Paul McGillion
Actor
5-Jan-1969   Dr. Beckett on Stargate: Atlantis
Tim McGraw
Country Musician
1-May-1967   Not a Moment Too Soon
David Nykl
Actor
7-Feb-1967   Dr. Radek Zelenka on Stargate: Atlantis
Britt Robertson
Actor
18-Apr-1990   Cassie Blake on The Secret Circle

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