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Release Date: December 19, 2014 (North America)

Genres: Science Fiction          

Production Phase: In Development

Studio: Walt Disney Pictures  

Who's Making It: Brad Bird (Director), Damon Lindelof (Screenwriter), Jeff Jensen (Screenwriter), Damon Lindelof (Producer),

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Monday, January 28, 2013

The title of Brad Bird's 1952 mystery movie has now been officially changed to Tomorrowland, giving credence to the rumors that it has to do with the foundings of Disneyland. While that aspect to Bird's movie hasn't been acknowledged by the movie studio (nor the rumor that George Clooney is up for the show's main role), now that we know the film is called Tomorrowland the strength of the other rumors can only grow.

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Monday, November 12, 2012

George Clooney is now in discussions to headline the super-secret 1952 movie that director Brad Bird is making for Disney. Although the news about Clooney's interest will rachet interest for the sci-fi project even further, still, no further story details have leaked out about the project except that it has a Close Encounters of the Third Kind vibe to it.

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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Vulture reports from an insider the first story details concerning the top secret 1952 project in development at Disney. Their spy states that the movie will have a very Close Encounters of the Third Kind feel to it, combining the senses of awe, mystery and fear of the unknown. As well, the 1952 movie will have a main character that is similar to the one played by Richard Dreyfuss in Close Encounters, an average income family man whose life is turned upside-down when he has a close encounter with a UFO.

However, that's not to say that the 1952 movie is about UFOs or even arriving space aliens. Vulture's source added that the 1952 movie will not feature an alien encounter at all. The spy didn't elaborate any further as to what the central hook is.

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Thursday, May 3, 2012

Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol helmer Brad Bird has been hired to direct 1952 for Walt Disney Pictures. There's still no details about what the movie's closely guarded story is about but with a director secured, now the plan is to have the movie filming in front of cameras sometime in 2013.

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Thursday, June 9, 2011

Lost executive producer Damon Lindelof has sold a science fiction concept to Walt Disney Pictures that's said to have the potential to launch a new franchise. Crytpically called 1952, Lindelof will get paid over one million dollars to write and produce the feature film. Disney has aspirations to brand the 1952 property across multiple platforms and not just as a feature film.

After having completed his writing duties on Ridley Scott's Prometheus movie, Lindelof will then return to helping finish the script for the next Star Trek movie before working on 1952 for Disney.

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