Eastern Reporter - - Lifestyle - Ac­tors Ge­orge Clooney and Britt Robert­son in

WITH the script for To­mor­row­land shrouded in se­crecy, star Britt Robert­son had to en­dure a tricky au­di­tion­ing process.

Dis­ney’s big bud­get film, that also stars sil­ver fox Ge­orge Clooney, is an ac­tion adventure about a for­mer boy­ge­nius Frank (Clooney) and Casey (Robert­son), a bright teenager with sci­en­tific cu­rios­ity, who go on a dan­ger­filled mission to un­earth the se­crets of the enig­matic To­mor­row­land.

“When I first heard about this project, the script was com­pletely on lock­down; no one had read it,” Robert­son said.

“Maybe six months into be­ing a part of the au­di­tion­ing process, I fi­nally was able to read the script, which was great be­cause I had a few scenes for au­di­tions that were com­pletely out of con­text.

“When I read the script, I was so shocked by the fact that it was so dif­fer­ent than any­thing else I had read in the sense that it wasn’t based off a book.”

Robert­son said her fa­mous co-star Clooney was a down-to- earth “cool guy.”

“I’ve al­ways just seen him in movies, so I never re­ally got who he was as a per­son; he’s so dif­fer­ent than I ever would have imag­ined,” she said.

“It’s been re­ally funny to watch him and to in­ter­act with him reg­u­larly and get his per­spec­tive on life.

“I like see­ing how he draws cer­tain as­pects of his own life or his own hu­mour and brings that to his char­ac­ter, but he is very, very dif­fer­ent from Frank.”

To­mor­row­land mas from May 28.

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