First Look: Very First Set Photo from Tron 2 in Vancouver!

April 10, 2009

Very First Set Photo from Tron 2 in Vancouver!

As you might have heard, Tron 2 officially started shooting up in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada recently. Yesterday we reported that the budget might be upwards of $300 million, although after further consideration, we realized that might've been in Canadian dollars, meaning it's probably closer to $243 million, which is still a whole hell of a lot. To top things off, SlashFilm landed the very first set photo from Vancouver. Although it's not much, it is interesting for numerous reasons. That logo is for ENCOM, the software company that Flynn worked at, and they converted the whole building into a set piece.

Tron 2 Set Photo

From the local who sent in the photo: "They have been spending some crazy money here. They have been blocking off huge main sections of downtown for some pretty awesome looking action scenes. I saw tons of police cars chasing a guy hanging on to the top of a taxi. There were huge cranes holding up a stunt wire rig rig like I have never seen before. There is definitely some impressive non-light cycle real life action in this movie…. Everything I've seen them doing in the last five days is easily some of the most expensive stuff I've ever seen." So there is a lot of action taking place not inside the computer world in this? Interesting…

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I'm convinced; this is gonna be the coolest looking movie of all time.

Fuelbot on Apr 10, 2009


Holy cow, this is gonna rock!!

Ajax on Apr 10, 2009


Avatar will be the coolest looking movie ever (in my eyes), but this will be up there

Scott McHenry on Apr 10, 2009


Don't get your hopes up guys. I just had mine crushed. Two words: Uwe Boll frak.

jasonmd2020 on Apr 10, 2009


Never mind. The post was dated 4/01/09. Whew...that was close...

jasonmd2020 on Apr 10, 2009


#6. This has got to be an April Fools day joke. Uwe Boll is one of the worst director's on the planet. What idoit would give him $300 million dollars to make a movie. I don't believe this for a second.

Kal-el on Apr 11, 2009


Cant wait to see some new footage from this film.

justrobby on Apr 11, 2009

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