Tim McGraw’s role in Tomorrowland movie still not answered in new trailer


A new trailer for “Tomorrowland,” starring George Clooney and country’s own Tim McGraw, aired during Sunday’s Super Bowl. Unfortunately, it still didn’t answer one important question … what the hell part is Tim playing?

After watching the trailer a couple of times, it became clear that Tim didn’t make an appearance anywhere. This is the second trailer for the movie and the second time Tim was a no show.

Unless this half-man is him, which I doubt.

George Clooney Tomorrowland

A quick look at IMDB proves to be not much help.

Tomorrowland IMDB

And Tim hasn’t been much help either, saying he’s still confused by the whole film.

“There’s not much I can say about it because I read the script, I acted in the movie and I still don’t understand it,” McGraw told Rolling Stone Country. “It’s a huge production; there’s a lot going on. All the stuff I hear back, it’s going to be spectacular. ”

Oh well, I guess mystery is good for the soul. Check out the Super Bowl spot for “Tomorrowland” below. The film hits theaters May 22, 2015.

Update: Tim McGraw finally made an appearance in a trailer for “Tomorrowland.”

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