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Few films have been as intensely speculated upon (and heavily guarded) as Disney's forthcoming "Tomorrowland." Originally announced in June 2011, the film, based on an idea by "Lost" co-creator Damon Lindelof and Entertainment Weekly writer Jeff Jensen, picked up steam last year when it secured "Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol" director Brad Bird (who would heavily re-write the script with Lindelof) and, for the lead role, some dude named George Clooney. Still, no one knows what it's about, and for a long time it carried an even-more-cryptic working title of "1952." Well, Disney historian Jim Hill thinks that he cracked the case wide open. Read on, but beware – potentially huge spoilers lurk below, that is, if they turn out to be true. It should first be stated that Hill's hypothesis is based on a number of things – firstly, the photo that Brad Bird posted to Twitter (see above), showing the box (marked »

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