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05/21/2015  •  Posted By Holly  •  Comments Off on Britt Robertson On ‘Tomorrowland,’ Being A Power Ranger, And Playing Mike Seaver’s Daughter

Sometimes, when you’re conducting your third interview for the same movie – in this case, Tomorrowland — you just run out of things to ask about that particular movie, and director Brad Bird and co-writer Damon Lindelof were quite thorough about their explanations. So, by the time I spoke to Tomorrowland’s star, Britt Robertson, I have to admit, I already had all the answers I was looking for. So, I decided to play the honesty card about this situation, which resulted in Robertson telling me to ask her anything. I did, and I knew this was getting way off track by the time we were talking about her appearance as Mike Seaver’s daughter in a Growing Pains reunion.

In Tomorrowland, Robertson plays Casey, a young woman who is thrust into a quest (along with George Clooney’s Frank Walker and a robot played by Raffey Cassidy) to find this magical, hidden city of Tomorrowland in an effort to save the world.

Ahead, Robertson — who admits that, like a normal person, interviews aren’t her favorite thing — explains why she’s still quite proud that she once played a Pink Power Ranger.

I was supposed to speak to you before Brad Bird and Damon Lindelof, but since this got pushed back, they answered all my questions.

Oh, great! So you have nothing for me, is what you’re telling me.

We can talk about anything.

Well, hey, the door is open. Come in; ask me anything.

How many times have you been asked about George Clooney pranks? That seems like a popular question.

Hugely popular, yes. And what’s so sad is that I have no story for anyone about George Clooney.

So you’re the only person he’s never pranked.

I know. I almost wish that he did so I could tell people something. But I’m also happy to be the one that he didn’t. I have a feeling he didn’t want to prank the two young girls on set.

I’d be worried that meant he didn’t like me.

Oh, yeah. No, I think he just knows that I’m not a fun person to prank.
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05/21/2015  •  Posted By Holly  •  Comments Off on Video: Britt Robertson Talks “Tomorrowland”

05/20/2015  •  Posted By Holly  •  Comments Off on Photos: Britt Robertson at the UK and Valencia Premieres of Tomorrowland

I have added images of Britt from the UK and Valencia premieres of Tomorrowland as well as photocalls and press conferences to the gallery.

Gallery Links:
Public Appearances > 2015 > May 17: “Tomorrowland” – UK Photocall
Public Appearances > 2015 > May 17: “Tomorrowland” – UK Premiere
Public Appearances > 2015 > May 19: ‘Tomorrowland’ Valencia Photocall
Public Appearances > 2015 > May 19: ‘Tomorrowland’ Valencia Premiere

05/17/2015  •  Posted By Holly  •  Comments Off on Britt Robertson is enjoying the ride as George Clooney’s ‘Tomorrowland’ co-star

Actress Britt Robertson didn’t realize she was becoming a big enchilada — until a recent encounter at her local Chipotle.

“There was a lady there who always makes my burritos and I always recognize her, but this was the first time she recognized me as an actor,” says the star of the sci-fi adventure “Tomorrowland,” opening Friday. “All of a sudden she said, ‘Wait, are you the girl from “The Longest Ride”?’

“And I kind of wanted to say, ‘No, I’m the girl who is a regular here who comes in every day and orders the exact same thing.’”

After “Tomorrowland” hits theaters, the 25-year-old may need to start ordering delivery.

In the film directed by Brad Bird and dreamed up by “Lost” co-creator Damon Lindelof, Robertson plays a teenage inventor and wide-eyed optimist named Casey Newton. Casey’s desperate to find a mysterious city populated by the world’s brightest scientists which she spies in a fleeting vision. Her only way in might be to enlist a cranky middle-aged genius (George Clooney) and an unusually strong little girl (Raffey Cassidy) to help her reach Tomorrowland before nefarious forces track them down.

Yes, the gig meant spending lots of time with Clooney.

“You’d think someone of George Clooney’s status would be disconnected or wouldn’t find it as easy to engage with a 24-year-old and a 12-year-old,” Robertson says. “It was a funny dynamic though, because I always felt like he was just trying to entertain us. A lot of the times we would be stuck in a truck together and he would always try to tell jokes or play music to keep us happy.

“There were a few moments, where you’d encounter civilians or people just freaking out over his fame, and I guess that kind of puts it in perspective for you, but for the most part he’s just your co-worker.”

A co-worker who’s able to perform The Sugarhill Gang’s “Rapper’s Delight” between takes.

Clooney may be at the top of the marquee, but Robertson — who starred in TV shows like CBS’ “Under the Dome” and CW’s “Life Unexpected” — is very much the lead, although there was no role for her at first.

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05/17/2015  •  Posted By Holly  •  Comments Off on Photos: Total Film June Scans

Thank you to Luciana for these.

Gallery Link:
Magazines > 2015 > Total Film (June)

05/17/2015  •  Posted By Holly  •  Comments Off on Photos: Tomorrowland Posters, Production Stills and On Set

I have updated the Tomorrowland gallery with images of Britt in posters, production stills and on set of the movie.

Gallery Link:
Film > [2015] Tomorrowland

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