Tight-lipped Tomorrowland writer Damon Lindelof says that while the Brad Bird-directed film is inspired in part by the Disney theme land, he also drew from other sources.
Hugh Laurie is in negotiations to star opposite George Clooney in Disney’s Tomorrowland, the top-secret sci-fi movie from Brad Bird and Damon Lindelof.
Disney’s 1952, the secretive film written by Damon Lindelof and Brad Bird, has changed its name to Tomorrowland, indicating a tie to the theme-park attraction.
In a new interview, Damon Lindelof reveals that he expects his secretive sci-fi project 1952 to start filming in mid-2013.
Lost co-creator Damon Lindelof and Green River Killer writer Jeff Jensen are joining forces to pen 1952 for Disney, to be directed by Brad Bird.
The Lost co-creator has reportedly signed a seven-figure deal to develop a family feature called 1952.