Clooney has a way of making stars out of young actresses like Anna Kendrick in his hit 2009 movie “Up in the Air.”
This time it’s Robertson’s turn.
She grew up in Greenville, SC, and made frequent trips to Los Angeles as a teen in search of film work. She scored her first part in 2003’s “The Ghost Club.”
She’s probably best known for her role in the television series “Under the Dome.” She plays a waitress and a candy striper with dreams of escaping Chester’s Mill and the Dome. The series has just been renewed.
Her lead role in “Tomorrowland,” another potential Disney blockbuster, is her biggest role to date.
The film stars Clooney, Hugh Laurie, Raffey Cassidy, Thomas Robinson, Kathryn Hahn, Tim McGraw, Keegan-Michael Key and Judy Greer.
Frank (Clooney) and Casey (Robertson) are both caught up by magical power that sweeps them away to “Tomorrowland,” a place, founded on science, where anything is possible.
If the name sounds familiar, it’s because Disney’s theme park’s also have Tomorrowland attractions and the movie is a take-off on them.
The clip opens with Britt in a police station picking up her personal items. Beside the routine stuff, the cop hands her a mysterious pin.
“That’s not mine…the pin,” she shouts before touching it and being transported to another world.
Clooney does a voice over and makes a brief appearance toward the end of the trailer.
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