Today is a very important date. It's Time to fall 🔙. https://t.co/lfdJF0GZZ0— Walt Disney Studios (@DisneyStudios) November 1, 2015
Walt Disney Studios is ready to make another billion with the time-heavy Alice Through the Looking Glass, so it issued this strategic reminder in the form of Mia Wasikowska taking one small step for Alice, one giant leap for sequel hype. "Today is a very important date," Disney wrote, using an oft under-appreciated emoji. "It's Time to fall back." In case you forgot about Daylight Saving Time, there's that. But also: The live-action Alice sequel, with returning stars Wasikowska, Johnny Depp, Anne Hathaway, and Helena Bonham Carter, among others, comes out May 27.