This boat has a whole lot to say...about nothing.
After all those paperworks and legal efforts by Disney to keep their Mickey Mouse out of the public domain, the utopian Magic Kingdom is about to get real gritty with the upcoming release of Escape From Tomorrow, an unauthorized black-and-white film secretly shot in Disney World. Directed by Randy Moore, this first-of-its-kind film follows a tale of Jim White (Roy Abramsohn), who slowly succumbs to paranoia and insanity while vacationing with his family in the world famous amusement park. According to EW, the film will be theatrically released in select cities and simultaneously launched via digital platforms on October 11th.
In this parody movie trailer inspired by the sci-fi film The Day the Earth Stood Still and created by French comedy group Golden Moustache, humanity has no choice but to face the grave danger of extinction when the U.S. government discovers that one man's self-pleasure leads to another man's death.
Disclaimer: this video contains suggestive content which may not be suitable for minors.
It's a personal challenge. Because there are gaps of time between each movie. It's a kind of ageist tryptic: Now I'm this age, and trying to [make] an action movie with the Die Hard theme. How fast can I run? How well can I fight? So that's a challenge and, you know, it's a fun thing to do. If you look at all of them from the first film to the one we just did, there's a story. And you see me age over these films. That has its own interest to me.
In theaters February 13.