Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Screen-used Tomorrowland film props and citizen costumes on display...

Disney's latest live-action movie Tomorrowland may not have excited the box office, but Brad Bird's sci-fi adventure certainly captured my imagination (and many other fans I'm sure). Here are more screen-used costumes and props that help create the fantastical world where geniuses and inventors tried to create a utopian society.

Futuristic citizen costumes from Tomorrowland
Original Tomorrowland citizen movie costumes
Tomorrowland citizen movie costume exhibit
Tomorrowland citizen film costumes
Tomorrowland movie costumes
Tomorrowland futuristic movie costumes
Tomorrowland movie costumes
Disney Tomorrowland citizen film costumes
Tomorrowland futuristic fashion film costumes
Disney Tomorrowland citizen movie costumes
Tomorrowland citizen movie costume detail
This futuristic fashion was created by Costume Designer Jeffrey Kurland and was photographed on display at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood on May 26, 2015.

If you like this apparel worn by the citizens of the scientific wonderland, be sure to also check out these other original movie costumes from Tomorrowland.

Tomorrowland movie poster
Tomorrowland Frank Walker movie poster
Also part of the exhibit alongside the costumes was a wonderful array of props featured in the movie, some crucial to the storyline of the film.

Hall of Invention props from Tomorrowland
Tomorrowland movie props
Young Frank Walker 1964 jetpack prop Tomorrowland
Tomorrowland film props
Tomorrowland invention movie props
I believe this first batch of props were featured when a young 'Frank Walker' (Thomas Robinson) goes to the 1964 New York World Fair to show off his jetpack invention.

Casey Newton film props from Tomorrowland
Screen-used Tomorrowland film props
Screen-used Tomorrowland movie props
Tomorrowland Casey Newton Driver license prop
Tomorrowland Memory viewer device prop
Original Tomorrowland movie props
Frank Walker countdown clock Tomorrowland prop
Casey Newton Tomorrowland movie props
This next collection of screen-used props are primarily used by Britt Robertson as the film's inquisitive, genius heroine, 'Casey Newton', including her Florida driver's license, chewing gum, backpack, notebooks and even school books from her class. In addition there's also the countdown clock and memory viewing device belonging to adult Frank Walker (George Clooney).

Heroes and villains rayguns and weapon props from Tomorrowland
Tomorrowland raygun movie props
Tomorrowland Robot Dave Clarke's weapon props
Tomorrowland Dave Clarke Secret Service ID
Hugo Ursula Tomorrowland raygun film props
Tomorrowland raygun movie props
Athena gun bomb Tomorrowland movie props
Tomorrowland bomb movie prop
Athena gun Tomorrowland film prop
Next up are a selection of weapon props from the movie used by various Audio-Animatronic robots in the film, whether it be the creepy smiling fake Secret Service Agent 'Dave Clark' (Matthew MacCaull), the comic book shop workers 'Hugo' (Keegan-Michael Key) and 'Ursula' (Kathryn Hahn), or the young 'Athena' (Raffey Cassidy).

I love the retro ray gun feel of the majority of the weapons, they remind me of old Flash Gordon serial designs or the like.

Frank Walker movie props from Tomorrowland
Original Frank Walker Tomorrowland movie props
Frank Walker Tomorrowland goggle props
Frank Walker tuning fork Tomorrowland props
Tomorrowland teleportation machine prop
Frank Walker teleportation Tomorrowland movie prop
Screen-used Tomorrowland movie props
This other collection are primarily from grown-up Frank's house, including his ice-making fire extinguisher, the protective goggles he wears to teleport, detonators he uses to destroy the robots causing him and Casey, plus a tuning fork which can make a human pass out with one touch.

Thinking Machine prop from the Eiffel Tower in Tomorrowland
Bon Voyage Thinking Machine Tomorrowland prop
Bon Voyage Thinking Machine Tomorrowland film prop
Thinking Machine Tomorrowland prop
Last, but by no means least, is a clockwork steampunk-esque device which Casey, Frank and Athena find when they discover a hidden rocket ship under the Eiffel Tower in Paris, presumably built by the founders of Ultra Plus, a group of geniuses including Gustav Eiffel, Jules Verne, Nikola Tesla and Thomas Edison, who were dedicated to finding other dreamers and inventors to help shape a better future, which led tot he creation of the other-dimensional Tomorrowland.

I make no apology for the sheer number of images here, as it was a great showcase of the costumes and props in the science fiction film.

If you like these fantastical items, be sure to also check out these John Carter movie props, Pirates of the Caribbean 4 props and Alice in Wonderland film props from previous El Capitan Theatre exhibits.

Tomorrowland movie poster
Tomorrowland movie poster
Buy the movie soundtrack: Tomorrowland

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