Behold, the retro world of Brad Bird and Damon Lindelof's mysterious Tomorrowland movie. So this is what a film inspired by a box of random Disney World crap from 1952 looks like. Retro!

The images, taken by photographer Bob Glassford for VCF, show (we're assuming) the early world of George Clooney's movie. Allegedly about "a teenage girl, a genius middle-aged man (who was kicked out of Tomorrowland) and a pre-pubescent girl robot attempt to unravel what happened to Tomorrowland, which exists in an alternative dimension, in order to save Earth." Ha. This is still is pretty confusing. Here's what Glassford had to deduce about that site:

Based on the what has been prepped so far, it looks like this scene will be set in 1964 at the New York World’s Fair. The set includes various landscaping elements, retro-looking food booths, and a giant billboard advertising “Sinclair Dinoland” which was a feature attraction at the '64-'65 New York World’s Fair. A medium-sized inflatable green screen was placed at the far end of the set, but not blown up yet.

Tomorrowland will hit theaters in late 2014; should be interesting to see what the alternate dimension looks like — unless it's all greenscreen, and we have to wait until the release.