"Tomorrowland" Sneak Peek Coming to Epcot in April

Guests visiting the Walt Disney World Resort will be able to catch an exclusive preview of scenes from the upcoming Disney movie "Tomorrowland" in April.
For a limited time, a sneak peek of the movie will be presented with special in-theater effects (not in 3-D) at Magic Eye Theater, located inside the Imagination Pavilion at Epcot. The same special opportunity will be available to Guests at the Tomorrowland Theater at Disneyland Park in California.

Directed by Oscar-winner Brad Bird and starring Academy Award-winner George Clooney, “Tomorrowland” tells the story of a jaded scientist and an optimistic teen who embark on a danger-filled mission to unearth the secrets of an enigmatic place somewhere in time and space. “Tomorrowland” features a screenplay by “Lost” writer and co-creator Damon Lindelof and Brad Bird.

The Disney Parks-exclusive “Tomorrowland” sneak peek begins in mid-April at Epcot and Disneyland park. With every second that ticks by, the future is running out, so be sure to take advantage of this special opportunity before “Tomorrowland” opens in theaters on May 22, 2015.

What about "Captain EO?"
As most of our Readers know, the Magic Eye Theater is currently showing "Captain EO" at Epcot (the attraction closed months ago at Disneyland Park). While the 3-D movie starring Michael Jackson will be on hiatus during the time the "Tomorrowland" sneak peek will be presented, it is expected to come back in May or June. Are we absolutely sure it will come back? Not at all.

Some rumors point to the possibility of having "Captain EO" closing forever in April, but we were not able to confirm that. Keep in mind that "Honey, I Shrunk The Audience" was supposed to be coming back, too... The turnover of the attraction is expected to last for about a week.

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1 comment:

  1. I'm sorry but I'm no fan of Captain EO but they have really milked it for a 2nd time. I know Micheal Jackson is a legend but to still show it nearly 6 years after his death is taking the mick. I think Tron 4D should replace it. It could be a mix of a 3D movie and live action on the stage.


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