Join George Clooney as he takes you on a thrill ride of nonstop adventure through new dimensions in ‘Tomorrowland’.  To celebrate this incredible Disney movie, we’ve got 10 Double passes up for grabs.

Bound by a shared destiny, former boy-genius Frank (George Clooney), jaded by disillusionment, and Casey (Britt Robertson), a bright, optimistic teen bursting with scientific curiosity, embark on a danger-filled mission to unearth the secrets of an enigmatic place somewhere in time and space known only as ‘Tomorrowland’. What they must do there changes the world, and them, forever.

‘Tomorrowland’ is produced by Damon Lindelof, Brad Bird and Jeffrey Chernov and directed by Brad Bird, with John Walker, Bernard Bellew, Jeff Jensen and Brigham Taylor serving as executive producers. Opening in cinemas on May 28, 2015.

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141 Comments

  1. Ying Ying TAN Reply

    Robot nannies that can be programmed to cook, clean and babysit my kids while we go for a date night.

  2. Carly Grace Smith Reply

    Very excited for internet/computer access on all flat surfaces, such as kitchen benchtops, bathroom mirrors, and windows!

  3. Brooke Parker Reply

    I would like to have a couple of kids or at least be pregnant in the future. It’s all I have ever wanted. And when I do have my kids I can go to the movies with them lol.

  4. 78DaysofSummer Reply

    Contentment, people happy with what they have and making the best of it

  5. Katrina Stubbs Reply

    a robotic house cleaner – just like what the jetsons had!

  6. An extra hand that grows from a woman’s tummy on the birth of her first child.

  7. the simple life for everyone – just people enjoying living and not such a fast paced overstressed overworked world

  8. World peace, everyone respects each other and their surroundings.

  9. Julie Hodsman Reply

    More peaceful interaction between people in general. Less hostility.

  10. Juanita Thorn Reply

    I’d love to see equality of wealth and not a handful of billionaires ….everybody to have enough money to pay their bills, live, buy food, own a home and enjoy life.

  11. Rosemary Englert Reply

    I would love us to have a more effective health system in SA with less Ambulance ramping at hospitals because of staff shortages and ward closures.

  12. Jenny Woods Reply

    I would like to see a more peaceful world for my grand children & great grand children without all the fighting & terrorism.

  13. no more horrible diseases that make people suffer terribly before they pass

  14. Monika David Anderson Reply

    The Pay It forward practice becoming common practice

  15. Nicole Woods Reply

    People not being so selfish in life and helping others instead of themselves.

  16. A robot to look after everything I need & everything that I could ever want!!!

  17. Having spent a Christmas visiting my husband in hospital and praying he would recover from lung cancer surgery after being admitted to intensive care three times I would definitely love to see the eradication of cancer from the world in the future.

  18. Ingrid Hirvonen-Burgess Reply

    A world without fear and war. Full of compassion, peace and love. Plus some really cool gadgets to make life easier for everyone.

  19. Lauren Barnes Reply

    SPONGEBOB square pants PJ’s for adults – I use to race home from High-school!! – Yes! Shudder, to watch it

  20. Something that does all the cooking. After work it’s something I really don’t want to have to deal with. Come home, press a button and dinner on the table in 10 minutes. Enough time for a glass of wine!

  21. An end to all abuse, yes it would be nice to have a self cleaning house and being paid more money for working but all in all I am tired of hearing of abuse to children and animals.

  22. A cure for cancer – and a more equal distribution of wealth to help reduce world hunger.

  23. Barbara Fehmel Reply

    I would love to see my Great Grandchildren grow up in a peaceful world, where all races, cultures and religions can live together in peace and harmony.

  24. Well after holding a “Biggest Morning Tea” Iam going to say a cure for Cancer.

  25. Adele Smith Reply

    Tougher sentencing on domestic violence and better measures put in place for the safety of victims.

  26. i just would love to see a world without wars and peace and people living together in peace

  27. Edward Dekkers Reply

    Complete eradication of terminal illnesses, such as Cancer, Alzheimer etc. Not saying we need to mess with the natural aging process and make people immortal, but I’m tired of the suffering I’ve seen first and at end stage diseases. Would love to see people lives their final days in no pain.

  28. Aliens!!! More or less being able to travel faster than light speed.

  29. Julia Mason Reply

    I would love to see cars everywhere that run on water, not fuel!!

  30. People in refugee camps found safe havens where their children could enjoy lives as children, without fear, free from hunger and the elements and war torn experiences.

  31. Kristy Winters Reply

    Ever since I saw back to the future I have wanted to see and use hover skateboards

  32. Louisa Fitzhardinge Reply

    Faster and cheaper travel so we could all zip off to Europe for the weekend…

  33. Natalie Skinner Reply

    In the future I’d like there to be a chocolate that doesn’t make you put on weight!

  34. Lynnette Bull Reply

    Prisons being positioned around recycling plants and having to sort it out to pay for their prison costs

  35. Tamara Lamb Reply

    Free health care, education and dental care for all Australians.

  36. I have to agree with one of the below posts and that is to say that I’d hope for free (or substantially lowered costs) of health care, dental care and education for our country.

  37. I’d love to see peace among all us human beings, and care for each other

  38. humptydumpedme Reply

    I’d love to see flying cars and money eliminated so everything is earned a different way, no more greed.

  39. Jessica Maloney Reply

    A cure for blindness, because Uveitis and Glaucoma are doing a good job at destroying my vision.

  40. Andieharrie Reply

    I’d love to see more time in my day to just be. I trust there will be a time when kids are grown and work is done, I can paint and travel.

  41. A stable environment that my children and future grandchildren can live in, a world that comes together in harmony.

  42. Leonie Walker-Rackebrandt Reply

    I would love to see a barrier like atmosphere that can protect your home from devastating weather

  43. Christie Miller Reply

    Less working hours and more ‘time with children’ time 😀
    Or transport beds.. When you get to stay in bed and under the blanket. With one press of the bedhead, it raises on it’s wheels and drives you to work.. While you get changed under you blankets and get that extra snooze you wanted, while not being late for work 😉

  44. The Land of Chocolate in The Simpsons. I like to think it’s of the future

  45. Love to see smooth transport no fatal accidents on the roads.’

  46. Poverty eliminated plus hopelessness, despair and war, not much to wish for!

  47. Shu-Ching Chang Reply

    In all of recorded human history (>4000 years) the amount of peaceful years is ridiculously small. I would like to see more of these promised peaceful years.

  48. No one going hungry and cheap flights (so my kids can travel the world without having to spent their inheritance)

  49. Pauline Rimmer Stacey Reply

    solarhart for everyone and electricity is free from the sun

  50. domandlauren Reply

    Health for me and everyone – imagine a world without illnesses, all of them

  51. Ledam Nguyen Reply

    no poverty for every single person and every single country on this planet

  52. Dawn Taylor Reply

    Purely selfish reasons, cure for primary progressive MS, that will also repair the damage already done.

  53. shelbyward Reply

    Acceptance or at least tolerance of human differences – the world be a lot more peaceful because of it.

  54. The future in it’s self, because you truly never know when its your time to die..

  55. Andrew McKeown Reply

    Politicians taking responsibility for their actions and accountability for their mistakes.

  56. Shell Leach Reply

    I would like to see a world without destruction of our Flora and Fauna.

  57. I would like to see my tombstone with lots of descendants listed

  58. Easy…a world in which all are equal regardless of colour, race, religion, wealth, gender or sexuality!

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