Thomas Rhett and Friends Head to Tomorrowland

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Disney‘s latest movie, Tomorrowland (starring Tim McGraw), hit theaters today, and, as luck may have it, Thomas Rhett and wife Lauren Akins are currently in the Happiest Place on Earth — Disney World in Orlando, Florida. Though we recognize that the timing is merely ironic, that doesn’t mean a photographed play-by-play of the trip isn’t very much appreciated by fans of Thomas and the House of the Mouse, in light of the cinematic release.

It appears that the Akins clan hasn’t necessarily made its way to the Magic Kingdom (where Tomorrowland is located) just yet, but from the Hollywood Studios photos they have tweeted so far, we are more than ready for that leg of the adventure. We are already picturing Thomas spinning on the teacups or screaming like a girl in a country song on Big Thunder Mountain Railroad.

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Follow us on Twitter @NashvilleGab and also keep an eye on @ThomasRhett. We have a feeling this is only the start of the hilarious pictorial of the holiday weekend.

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