Bound by a shared destiny, a bright, optimistic teen bursting with scientific curiosity and a former boy-genius inventor jaded by disillusionment embark on a danger-filled mission to unearth the secrets of an enigmatic place somewhere in time and space that exists in their collective memory as "Tomorrowland."
Director: Brad Bird
Writer: Damon Lindelof (screenplay by), Brad Bird (screenplay by), Damon Lindelof (story by), Brad Bird (story by), Jeff Jensen (story by)
Production: Walt Disney Pictures
Released: 22 May 2015
Awards: 2 wins & 17 nominations.
Movie Video Clips
Why do you love the stars so much
One is darkness and despair
Do you want to know why you could never...
Even the tiniest of actions can change...
Have you ever wondered what would happen
Did you make this yourself
Are they on
Because she hasn't given up
You walk over there
Who are you
First order of business
I'm not giving up
Cold and really loud
And then everything went to hell
There are things I need to tell you...
There is still a receiver there
How is this possible
Huxley's Brave New World
If you're gonna zap an idea into...
You could have said
I only found you a month ago
What if The Monitor is just a giant pin
The Monitor is acting as an antenna
But you weren't
- All right, look. I'll just start. This is the story of my senior year of high school and how it destroyed my life. And how I made a film so bad, it literally killed someone.
- (BURDEN OF DREAMS THEME PLAYING ON VIDEO)
- Instead, I always ate lunch in the office of my history teacher. Mr. McCarthy. Fact: I'm in 309 for the next... 20 minutes. The only reasonable adult in all of Schenley. Heathens. BOTH: Resp
- Hey, Madison. Hey, how was your summer? Summer. What does that word even mean, right? More "summ." Winter, same deal. More "wint"? McCarthy's in 309. Great, thanks. WERNER HERZOG ON VIDEO: To
- What happened? Well, I just got off the phone with Denise Kushner, Rachel's mom. You know Denise? Um, not really. You're friends with Rachel, though. Yeah, I mean, we're like, acquainted. Com
- Rachel's been diagnosed with leukemia. They just found out. GIRL: Your test was today?
- Is that serious? They're doing all kinds of tests. They're doing everything they can. They just don't know. Man, that sucks. You're right. It sucks. It sucks really bad. It sucks quite a bit
- (CAT MEOWING) Dad, Cat Stevens is clawing me. Well, he's deeply distraught. Well, you know, I was talking to Denise... and Denise feels that you might be someone... who could make Rachel feel
- GREG: Yo! So, I called a doctor... he said you needed a prescription of Greg-acil. What's that? Uh... It's me.
- Oh, Mrs. Kushner. Denise, Greg. To you, I'm Denise, okay? Oh, okay. Good. You're a real good kid, you know that? You really are. You just have a big heart. You're kind, nice.
- Good, good, good, good, good...
- good boy. Okay. You really are kind, big-hearted, delicious... yummy, yummy, young boy.
- LeBron James plays basketball. I know who LeBron James is. Look, I know I'm not doing you any favors here. What I'm asking is for you to do me a favor. You want a favor from me? Yes. Just let
- Deal. Word. Is that a Black Power salute? No, I was going in for a fist bump. I can't fist bump you from up here. GREG: Yeah, I realize that.
- And, uh... tree wallpaper. That's good. RACHEL: Why? GREG: I don't know.
- There's a lot of pillows in here.
- Mmm-hmm. Seriously, like, how many... how many pillows is that? I don't know. I wish I had that many pillows. So, ask your parents for some. No, they'd be suspicious or something. What, that y
- a pillow, and a boy... who became a man.
- Or whatever. I'm just... trying to be funny. No, that was good. Thank you.
- (CELL PHONE CHIMES) Oh, shit.
- I actually have to go. That's okay. Who was that? Sorry. Uh, that was Earl. Oh, who's Earl?
- Action! GREG: The idea behind each one was... we took a film that we liked and made the title stupider. And then made a new film to reflect the new stupid title. It's a formula that only produ
- GREG: We've made 42 films. You'd think we'd have stopped making them by now. But we haven't. Honestly, it's like you can't go anywhere. You can't escape this (BLEEP) stinking place... because
- Everyone was gonna find out sooner or later. Just hate having to share everything about myself. I'm the exact same way. You know, one thing you can do if you don't want to talk to anyone... is
- Here, pretend you're someone annoying.
- (IN DEEP VOICE) "Hi, Rachel." "I'm really sorry you have cancer." (GRUNTING)
- Does that ever work? (LAUGHS) Yeah, of course. It works all the time. It's called passive resistance. You know, that's what Gandhi was all about. I'm pretty sure Gandhi never did the subhuman t
- Okay. Or another thing you can do is just flat-out pretend to be dead. Say something annoying to me. Um...
- "Hey, Rachel. I just want you to remember" "that your cancer is all part of God's plan."
- HUGH JACKMAN: Hey, asshole. Yeah, over here. Just so we're straight on this, you're advising a girl with cancer... to pretend to be dead. No, seriously. Think about what you're doing here, dic
- I'm really sorry. I shouldn't have told you to pretend to be dead. That was really insensitive. I mean, I'm sick. I'm not dying. Yeah, I know, but I just... Now I'm being all weird about it. A
- That's exactly what I'm talking about! (LAUGHING)
- GREG: So if this was a touching romantic story... this is probably where a new feeling would wash over me... and our eyes would meet and suddenly we would be furiously making out... with the f
- But this isn't a touching romantic story. Anyway... Yep. GREG: But we did still become friends.
- Daniel Craig's thing is, he's got an accent, right? So he's used to talking with his mouth in a weird shape... which is why he has pouty lips, like a woman. Lickable technology, like, I could t
- It's literally like we're trying to have lunch in Kandahar.
- Rachel, we just found out the theme for this year's prom: "A Knight to Remember." Knight with a Medieval prom! Isn't prom like six months away? Hi, guys. This is Greg, he's gonna be sitting wit
- So, Greg, why are you sitting with us today? You know, it's lunch. You gotta eat somewhere. Can't stand and eat. You and Rachel seem very friendly, all of a sudden. Yeah. You're only talking t
- You guys mind if I sit with you? Of course not.
- MADISON: Sorry, it's a... It's a pillow. It's meant to be a baby, for health class. You think it's safe here? A pillow? Greg, what do you think? Mmm, I don't know. Better not get it too close
- Hey, everyone, check out Scott Mayhew's Tyrannosaurus walk. It's a great way to get from point A to point B. That was really mean, Greg. I think he heard you. (INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS)
- GREG: And just like that... eight years of carefully-cultivated invisibility... gone. (BREATHING HEAVILY) Fin. GREG: Your mom made cookies? Nah, I won them off of Ill Phil in a game of tonk.
- Wow. Earl, fact, that lunch is garbage. You're literally poisoning yourself right in front of us. At least I ain't eating no funky ass seaweed-looking tentacle soup. Seriously, this stuff is
- Thuyen's Super Saigon Flavor over in Lawrenceville... and ask for Thuyen. Tell him to put it on my tab. You'll be all set.
- I ain't going to no damn Lawrenceville. Fair enough. (CLEARS THROAT) You'll have to excuse me.
- Boys. BOTH: Respect the research. McCARTHY: Respect!
- God! You know, people just assume that Rachel and I are dating. It's ruining my life. Today I threatened to sexually assault a fake baby. And I became mortal enemies with Scott Mayhew. Both of
- Does this taste strange to you?
- The soup had drugs. (SCHOOL BELL RINGING) (INDISTINCT CONVERSATIONS) Whoa! (THEME FROM NAVAJO JOE PLAYING)
- EARL: McCarthy must've put weed in that soup because my brain is trying to eat itself. GREG: Oh, my God. I have to go visit Rachel right now. EARL: Okay, well, you do that. I'ma be at your hou
- EARL: Hey, in class, do McCarthy act all, like, stoned and shit? GREG: Uh, I don't know. I guess. Yeah, sometimes. Well, not sometimes, but you know what I'm... You know how he is. Goddamn, s
- We can't tell anyone we're on drugs. Why the hell not?
- (DOORBELL RINGING) (TROUBLE PLAYING)
- It's my humble little mouse. And who is his little mouse friend?
- Earl Jackson. Earl's just my coworker, and, uh, he's a great guy. We were just walking around the neighborhood, you know. Not really doing anything, and just wanted to come say "What's up?" 'C
- Would you two... mice like a little bit of cheese?
- I like your room, Rachel. Thanks. Greg thinks it's too girly. No, I love girly, I think it's fine. EARL: Well, it ain't too girly. I mean, I done seen some rooms where I'm like: "Yo, this som
- All right, son, get on your feet. Sounds good. Where are we going? (SINGING) A candy-colored clown they call the sandman. Tiptoes to my room every night.
- Just to sprinkle stardust and to whisper. Go to sleep, everything is all right.
- I close my eyes (LAUGHING) Then I drift away. EARL: We can walk you home. RACHEL: He needs to recover, and you probably should look after him. Peace, peace. Thanks. Bye.
- Goddamn it, Earl. Son, don't even start. Pig's foot.
- GREG: So, we're pretty far into this stupid story now... and you're probably saying to yourself, "Hey. I like this girl Rachel." "And I'm gonna be pissed if she dies at the end." So, I'm just t
- Look, yesterday, Earl and I got stoned somehow. And it was after we both ate your soup. And we didn't smoke any marijuana, which I have never done, so... Your soup must have drugs in it, 'caus
- GREG: So they haven't really done anything. It's been about a month now. They did say they're never gonna stop hounding me... so, sooner or later... you know... gonna get hounded.
- Sorry, next time I'll bring you some flowers. Though I don't even know where I'd put them. It's like, like the only place left is the barf bucket.
- (CRYING) Look, I've never been very beautiful... and that's fine because that's not important to me. But...
- I thought it'd be easier looking like this. It's just not.
- Everyone comes in here and sees me... and they're so clearly repulsed. It's so much harder than I thought it would be. Hey, come on. You look good. I'm ugly, Greg! I'm so ugly. Everyone feels
- Here. That one's called Mono Rash. It's based on Rashomon by Kurosawa. Plot's basically just Earl killing people 'cause he has a rash... from mono, you know, the STD. (CHUCKLES) Anyway, we're
- I should actually just stay here and keep you from watching that. No! I'm fine. Go make it. Okay.
- Okay. Have fun watching this incredibly terrible movie. Mmm. Have fun making the next one. Mmm-hmm.
- (THE RIDE OF THE VALKYRIES PLAYING)
- (SIGHS) Yeah, word. "Word"? Like, word, you'll do it, word? (CHIPMUNK SQUEAKING)
- Yep. Oh, my God, awesome! Okay, well, I can't wait to see it. Um, okay, I gotta go, but... Cut! That's a wrap! Rolling! Titties. GREG: Goddamn it! In the next few weeks, did I start making
- It's Google for droogs. What's that? GREG: Nothing, just the bane of my existence.
- Which my mom is forcing me to carry around until I apply to some colleges.
- She says it's like a menu for my future, and I was, like, "Sure." "A menu that only has food" "that will humiliate me for four years." You have to be less of an idiot about college. Listen, ev
- So that would be a pretty dick move. Come on. (SIGHS) Fine.
- "Why I want to go... to college."
- (IN GERMAN ACCENT) The highly selective admissions process... weeds out the cruel and the stupid. So college is unlike the senseless chaos... and sickening enormity of high school. High schoo
- (IN NORMAL ACCENT) In all seriousness, I am looking forward to college... because I didn't really fit in in high school, because of my weird rodent face... And a habit of saying the dumbest p
- That's way too personal. It's a personal essay.
- Fine, if you want to see this again... Okay! Okay! But only because cancer. And you know what? You have to do this too now. Here. Page through this huge, horrible book and find some colleges.
- (I'LL COME RUNNING TO TIE YOUR SHOE PLAYING) (SIGHS)
- (SONG PLAYING) I'll find a place somewhere in the corner.
- I'm gonna waste the rest of my days.
- Just watching patiently from the window.
- Just waiting Seasons change someday. Oh, oh, my dreams will pull you. Through that garden gate. I want to be the wandering sailor.
- We're silhouettes by the light of the moon.
- I sit playing solitaire by the window.
- Just waiting Seasons change, aha. You'll see, one day. These dreams will pull you through my door. And I'll come running to tie your shoe.
- I'll come running to tie your shoe.
- You know that you can smoke a hornet? GREG: Okay, so just look at me when you answer the questions. Don't worry about the camera, all right? Okay, Denise. Tell me a little about Rachel's birth
- growing up too quickly, you know?
- Right. And now, I'm learning that there are...
- there are just some things that you can't protect your kid from, you know?
- No matter what you do, you just...
- So, did she have any favorite toys? Before I answer that question, this is serious...
- (EVERYBODY'S TALKIN' PLAYING)
- Everybody's talking at me. I don't hear a word they're saying. Only the echoes of my mind.
- GREG: So again, if this was a touching, romantic story... we'd obviously fall in love and she'd say all the wise, beautiful things... that can only be learned in life's twilight or whatever. A
- But again, that's not what happened. She just got quieter. And unhappier. So, how are you? For real. For real? Feeling like you might have been right.
- Right when? Back in October. When you thought I was dying.
- Well, I mean, I regret thinking that.
- What is that noise? It's Regretful Polar Bear.
- Polar Bears have the purest expression of regret in the animal kingdom. Just listen to how haunting and plaintive they sound. (BRAYING) (CHUCKLES) Don't make me laugh. Please. It kinda hurts.
- Kind of a monster silence in here. (RACHEL SIGHS) Yeah.
- It's okay to just be silent for a while.
- GREG: Look, I know you're really bracing for this sweet girl... that you probably like a lot to die. Just please bear with me. She doesn't. She gets better. I promise. (EVERYBODY'S TALKIN' CON
- Pretty much all I remember from that winter... is working on that stupid film... just trying to make something that made some kind of sense... and knowing the whole time that I couldn't... tha
- I mean, obviously, I remember visiting Rachel too.
- Sometimes she talked, and sometimes, she didn't want to. When she didn't want to, I talked. Or we watched movies. Sometimes, she laughed.
- What I don't remember is doing schoolwork.
- I did literally zero schoolwork during this time.
- Not figuratively. Literally zero schoolwork.
- That's actually sort of hard to do.
- So, what's going on at school?
- Well, right now, the whole school looks like a castle... 'cause everyone's getting ready for Medieval Prom.
- I guess everyone's trying to figure out how to, like... twerk medievally? (CHUCKLES) Are you going? No, of course not. You should go. No way! Have you seen me in a tux?
- It's like when they make a dog wear human clothes. Have you seen that? It just makes you really sad to look at.
- Oh, and I don't have anyone to go with. So there's that.
- Unless... you know... you wanted to... Greg, I'm not going to prom. I mean, you totally could. It could be like a, s-, awesome statement. Hey, uh... When are you guys finishing your movie?
- You don't know we're working on a movie right now. You don't have to pretend. Earl told me you guys were making a movie for me.
- (SIGHS) God, yeah... I guess he probably did. I was just asking, because... Goddamn it, Earl! Ugh. It was just, it was supposed to be a surprise! You know? It's taking forever because we really
- It just isn't doing me any good. All it's doing is making me sicker.
- Yeah, but it... I mean, if you stop, then... Well, we'll just see what happens. (SNIFFLES) Well, we know what's gonna happen, right?
- I know who you can take to prom.
- This sexy pillow here. Oh, my God, can you just... (IN ITALIAN ACCENT) Ooh, Greg, this pillow's name is Francesca. GREG: Don't joke, I can't deal with that. She's a filthy Italian woman. Pleas
- Don't yell at me. So, that's it? Just, to hell with college, to hell with growing up? Greg, don't. Rachel, what the hell is wrong with you? This is your life! Yeah, it is my life. It's me who
- I'm sorry, but I'm not gonna sit here and get comfortable watching you die. Okay? I'm not. I'm not gonna do that. So don't ask me to. If you can't accept that I'm going to do what I want to d
- I'm a terrible friend? Okay. You know, I'm not the one giving up. I'm not ruining my friend's life by giving up on the whole world. Oh, please, Greg, you should be overjoyed. Now you can go ba
- Yeah. And you can go back to your life of being dead.
- Have you gotten comfortable with that?
- That doesn't bother you anymore? Thinking about your mom? Get outta here, Greg. You've done your time. You don't have to hang around with the sick girl anymore.
- How can you even say that to me? Your mom forced you to hang out with me. Earl forced you to show me your movies. Madison forced you to make a movie about me. So, what part of this did you act
- Just... Just do something nice for me for once and just get out.
- GREG: Earl! This is it! You've gone too far! You've leaked the unleakable secret because you hold nothing sacred. 'Cause you're a dickhead! The foundation of any good working partnership is tr
- See, Greg? You lucky that was him and not me out there... 'cause I'd have been whooping your ass up and down this street. It'd have been a-ass-whoopin' fest around here, you dig?
- McCARTHY: So what's the status on the 20-pager on Nixon? Uh, I need another extension. That might prove difficult... (EXHALES) seeing how it's the... the end of the quarter and all. Yeah, I've
- about Rachel. How you holding up?
- You know, my dad died when I was 15, Greg. A couple years younger than you. You know, the thing is that, when I was a kid... I really, I really can only remember thinking about him as this...
- Well, Greg, I think that it just means that... even after somebody dies, you can... you can still keep learning about them. You know, their life.
- It can keep unfolding itself to you just as long... just as long as you pay attention to it. Are you seriously trying to turn this into some stupid sappy lesson? (MCCARTHY SIGHS) You're a good
- See, I'm cutting class right in front of you. 'Kay? I'm not a good kid. I'm not.
- Okay. Earl came by earlier to drop something off... but he turned down this superb. Andouille rabbit sausage... which is quite unlike him. Is everything all right?
- EARL: Hey, Rachel. Uh... We tried a lot of different ways of making a film for you... but they were all too goofy or irrelevant... or just not what we wanted. So, now I'm gonna talk to you dire
- You, you make me feel blessed.
- COMMENTATOR ON VIDEO: Tales of Hoffmann is a film by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger. (DOOR OPENS) I think, ultimately, what one has to understand watching this film... it's a very speci
- Yeah, I like those too. Sounds like your damn problem.
- COMMENTATOR: Which showed one film per week... twice a night, and three times on Saturday. In a way, Tales of Hoffmann is... (DOOR CLOSES) the culmination of Powell-Pressburger's work... with
- (SQUEAKS) MADISON: Hey! Can I talk to you about the movie? Um... Yeah, it's not done yet. Greg, you guys have been working on it for like four months. Yeah, well... I don't know, we tried a
- Well, I guess that's a really good reason to just finish the fucking movie. And give it to her.
- Rachel's back in the hospital, honey.
- Wait, is she starting treatment again?
- It's not for treatment, honey.
- Mom, what? Well, I thought we could go and... You just thought this was your last chance to force me to hang out with her? Greg, come on. Don't worry, Mom, I'm sure you can find another girl
- She's just decided to die... so maybe I can decide not to visit her. (SIGHING)
- GREG'S MOM: All the deadlines have passed, Victor. What's he gonna do next year? He's just gonna waste the year? GREG'S DAD: He is grieving, honey. You have to let him grieve. GREG'S MOM: But I
- PRINCIPAL: Break it up! Earl! Break it up! Break it up! I thought you were eating lunch in Mr. McCarthy's office. Man, I was, but he all sad talking about German music and shit. That's boring
- MADISON: Greg! Yo, babe! You see me pummel this bitch? Come on and keep walking 'fore I can whoop that ass again, man. Madison, what? Come to prom with me.
- I know the whole movie situation was really difficult for you... and I kind of feel like it was my fault. So I just kind of wanted to make it up to you a little bit.
- Is this a pity date? No, it's not a pity date.
- Greg, just come to prom with me. I think we'd have a good time.
- Told you you would get a date. Yep.
- So you're welcome. For the tux and everything. Thanks, Mom.
- I'm very upset about this college thing. But your father and I can wait till you're ready to talk about it.
- GREG'S MOM: My handsome boy... going to prom.
- (HIP-HOP MUSIC PLAYING) 302 Halket Street. What's that? I said 302 Halket Street. Huh? 302 Halket Street. Halket? Okay. Okay. You got it, baby. So you love this girl? Uh, no. I wouldn't go tha
- Can I put some flowers on you?
- Okay. Before we watch this... I'm sorry it took so long to make. But the reason is... just couldn't figure out how to get it to not suck. But... we never really did figure it out. It still su
- (SIGHS) It's not exactly what I wanted to say to you. (WHIRRING)
- But... whatever. Let's just watch this first, okay?
- GREG: That was the last time I saw Rachel. She went into a coma shortly after that, and died about 10 hours later.
- I know I told you she doesn't die. And I'm sorry. Deep down... somehow, I didn't think she would. But she did.
- RACHEL: Dear Greg, I heard what happened with your class work. And with Pitt State. So, I wrote them a letter, trying to convince them to let you back in. There's a copy in here, if you want t
- RACHEL: Dear Pittsburgh State Admissions: I'm writing on behalf of someone who gave me half a year of his life... at the time when I was at my most difficult to be around. He has a very low op
- GREG: Rachel's ashes were scattered in a park behind her house. Apparently, she ran away from home once and tried to live there. It was this story her aunt told at the funeral. She was trying
Frank Walker - George Clooney
Nix - Hugh Laurie
Casey Newton - Britt Robertson
Athena - Raffey Cassidy
Eddie Newton - Tim McGraw
Ursula - Kathryn Hahn
Hugo - Keegan-Michael Key
Frank's Dad - Chris Bauer
Young Frank Walker - Thomas Robinson
Nate Newton - Pierce Gagnon
Dave Clark - Matthew MacCaull
Jenny Newton - Judy Greer
Bus Driver - Matthew Kevin Anderson
Small World Operator - Michael Giacchino
Skyscraper Foreman - D. Harlan Cutshall
Young Casey Newton - Shiloh Nelson
History Teacher - Xantha Radley
Science Teacher - David Nykl
English Teacher - Paul McGillion
Beefy Cop - Pearce Visser
Jail Desk Jockey - Garry Chalk
Jail Punk - Dagan Nish
Jetpack Dexter (as Yusuf Ahmed) - Yusuf A. Ahmed
Jetpack Buddy - Alex Barima
Jetpack Buddy - Jedidiah Goodacre
Monorail Mother - Kate Crutchlow
Young Astronaut (as Priya Rajarathnam) - Priya Rajaratnam
Astronaut's Father - Parm Soor
Astronaut's Mother - Leena Manro
Pickup Driver - Rick Pearce
Police Captain - Tom Butler
Deputy - Michael Rowe
Deputy - Tim Perez
Eiffel Tower Guard #1 - Patrick Sabongui
Eiffel Tower Guard #2 - Romuald Hivert
Pierre Clark - Mathieu Lardier
Jensen - Fraser Corbett
Tough Guard - Darren Shahlavi
Young British Recruiter - Aidan Gemme
Guitar Player - Takayuki Oki
GM Plant Worker - Natasha Davidson
Haitian Woman (as Liliane Leila Juma) - Liliane Leilan Juma
World's Fair Attendee - James Allore
Nix Six - Dilani Andrews
Thick Glasses - Paul Anthony
Justin - Marshall Archibald
World's Fair Patron - Nicholas Barrera
Dave Clark #7 - Jason Bell
Guest - Wendy Bell
Pedestrian - Aimee Bowen
Gentleman - 1964 World Fair - Bradley Bowen
Child - Luke Burnyeat
Pierre Clark - Clint Carleton
Gentleman - 1964 World Fair - Luis Castilleja
Pedestrian - Melissa Chandler
Pedestrian - Maximilian Corrientes
Neighbor - Ellen Marguerite Cullivan
DQ Patron - Gracie Danielsen
DQ Patron - Leslie Danielsen
DQ Patron - Luke Danielsen
Lonely Man - Michael Ray Davis
Nix Six (Scientist Financier) - Peter Dwerryhouse
Alice - Lindsey Elizabeth
Greyhound Girl - Amy Esterle
World's Fair Lady - Chrystall Friedemann
Dave Clark #1 - Monique Ganderton
Economics Student - Rebecca Georgelin
Donnie / Science Kid - Glen Gordon
Dave Clark Henchman - Kory Grim
World's Fair Patron - Matthew Hoglie
Pedestrian - Raiden Integra
Pedestrian - Kimby Jagnandan
DQ Patron - Anthony J. James
1964 World's Fair Patron - Tomas Johansson
Harry's Girlfriend - Julie Johnson
Nix Six - Kenneth Kantymir
Ballerina - Alexandria Kayy
World's Fair Patron - Barbara Keegan
1964 World's Fair Attendee - Andrew Kerr
PewDiePie - Felix Kjellberg
Neighbor - Wendy Klassen
Neighbor - Joshua Lagos
Driver on the street - Tommy Lentsch
Civilian - Brock Lichthardt
World's Fair Patron - Jayden Linkletter
Fair Patron - Kristin Linkletter
Street Patron - Douglas Lopez
Bystander - Alexander Lu
Betsy - Laura MacKillop
Pedestrian - Aaron Maltzman
Motorist - Grae Marino
1964 Woman - Melinda McDonner
Bus Stop Patron - Scott Mena
Young Attendee - Catherine Michaud
Young Casey - Jaeda Lily Miller
Uncle Anthony - Lochlyn Munro
Functionary - Aliyah O'Brien
Dick Clark #2 - Eddie Perez
World's Fair Patron - Marc Primiani
Mikey - Darien Provost
1964 World Fair Girl - Kinley Rice
Woman in Car - Kelly Riese
Game Warden - Robin T. Rose
Handsome Harry - Marcus Rosner
Max / Louis - Bruce Salomon
Pilot - Ranjit Samra
Clarissa - Madison Simms
Economics Teacher - Manoj Sood
World's Fair Patron - Jimmy Star
Civilian - Georgie-May Tearle
1964 World's Fair Boy - Jackson Tessmer