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The Clooneys return to Disneyland for Tomorrowland

Published 11/05/2015

Mia, Amal and George Clooney
Mia, Amal and George Clooney

George Clooney hit the Tomorrowland carpet with his wife Amal and her 13-year-old niece Mia in tow.

The newlyweds attended the red carpet debut of George’s new sci-fi movie last Saturday at AMC Downtown Disney 12 in Anaheim, California, a movie theatre that is part of the Disneyland Resort.

The couple was accompanied by Amal’s 13-year-old niece Mia and George noted the clan were happy to be back in Disneyland territory.

"I was here for the premiere of Captain Eo in 1985,” he told Entertainment Tonight of his last visit to the theme park. "[Amal was] here a few years ago with her niece and nephew.”

George, 54, showered Amal with compliments during the affair.

He even claimed she is such a hot ticket, none of the photographers were interested in capturing him on film.

“We were just in the photo bank over there -- it was Amal, me and her niece Mia was with us -- and we were taking pictures," George said. "Then Amal did not want to do interviews so she took off, and [the reporters] said 'Come back and take a picture.' I said 'You don’t want to take a picture of me,' and they said 'No, we really don't.'"

George married the 37-year-old international law attorney in October of last year.

And in a recent interview he revealed the couple are establishing their family home in the United Kingdom.

“We’re 40 miles from London,” he told USA Today. “It’s very different. And the town has been so welcoming to us. There’s a pub that we walk to — we walk through a graveyard to go to this pub. It’s fantastic. We’re on an island and the only other thing on this island with us is a dinner theatre.”

Tomorrowland reaches American theatres on May 22.

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