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Damon Lindelof and Brad Bird unveil ‘Tomorrowland’ mystery box, announce mobile app

No recent Disney project has played up the aura of mystery more than Tomorrowland. A collaboration between director Brad Bird (The Incredibles) and Damon Lindelof (Lost, Star Trek Into Darkness), the 2014 release will feature George Clooney as an inventor involved with the creation of Tomorrowland itself. It was allegedly inspired by a mysterious box found in the Disney archives, labelled simply “1952.” Lindelof and Bird took the stage here at D23 to show off the mystery box and the magazines, sketches, and photographs contained within — and also announced a companion mobile app for those that weren’t in the audience.

The artifacts included a faked photograph of Walt Disney and Amelia Earhart (it was actually a doctored photograph of…

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Damon Lindelof opens up on ‘Star Trek,’ ‘Star Wars,’ and ‘Tomorrowland’

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Damon Lindelof, says Grantland, is the “King of the nerds.” After rising to fame as one of the driving forces behind ABC’s Lost, Lindelhof produced Star Trek, and wrote and produced Cowboys & Aliens, Prometheus, and, most recently, Star Trek Into Darkness. In an extensive interview with Grantland which contains a lot of spoilers for the recent Star Trek movie — Lindelof discusses his movies, his thoughts on long-time collaborator J.J. Abrams’ upcoming Star Wars Episode VII, and his upcoming project Tomorrowland, which has been shrouded in secrecy.

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90 Seconds on The Verge: Office 2013, 500px for iPhone, and Damon Lindelof’s ‘Tomorrowland’

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Mrs. Webb: Comment-Land? There’s no such place.

Willy Wonka: Excuse me, dear lady, but…

Mrs. Webb: Mr. Wonka, I am a teacher of geography!

Willy Wonka: Oh, well, then you know all about it and what a terrible country it is. Nothing but desolate wastes and fierce beasts. And the poor little Internet Commenters were so small and helpless, they would get gobbled up right and left. A First!-doodle would eat ten of them for breakfast and think nothing of it. And so, I said, “Come and live with me in peace and safety, away from all the First!-doodles, and Troll-swogglers, and Pun-wangers, and rotten, Vermicious Knids.”

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