We don’t know a whole lot about Brad Bird’s mysterious new sci-fi flick Tomorrowland, but writer Damon Lindelof has shed some light on it.
A little over a month ago, we heard a weird rumor claiming to be the convoluted plot for Damon Lindelof and Brad Bird’s upcoming sci-fi project Tomorrowland.
Brad Bird might not be making Star Wars VII, but he's still got some great storytelling thoughts for the franchise.
Here's something that may pull the shroud off Brad Bird's top secret new Disney movie and what it's all about.
Damon LIndelof's still not in the mood to reveal too much about his forthcoming sci-fi flick 1952, but this week on Twitter he did add to the mystery with an intriguing photo.
A few more details have finally slipped out about Damon Lindelof's mystery sci-fi movie, 1952, including the name of the huge star now confirmed to star in the picture.
It was only minutes after Disney announced they would be making new Star Wars movies that fans went nuts wondering who George Lucas would tap to direct the next generation of the classic sci-fi franchise. Several weeks later, the rumor mill hasn't slowed down.
For more than a year now we've been itching to get more news on the mysterious sci-fi project known only as 1952 that Damon Lindelof's got set up at Disney. Now some new details are surfacing, and they've got us more than a little intrigued.
As John Carter tries to overcome poor buzz and all the grim predictions that come along with poor buzz, director Andrew Stanton is taking to Twitter to promote the hell out of the flick. Now his friend and Pixar cohort Brad Bird is also using his tweets to fight for the film, and bash all that bad press.
On the heels of his global hit, Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, Brad Bird has become a hot commodity in live action, as well as animation. And for his next film, he's zeroing in on a historical mashup that Back the the Future's Robert Zemeckis walked away from.