Check Out a Quick 'Tron Legacy' Featurette About the Vehicles!
There are 24 days left and counting until Tron Legacy hits theaters. Now I'm trying not to spoil too much footage too early, but if you need something to keep you excited through Thanksgiving, this is the featurette to watch. Disney unveiled a short two-minute video on UGO talking about the vehicles in Tron Legacy with director Joe Kosinski and actors Jeff Bridges and Olivia Wilde. They talk about the inspiration behind them and how many cool vehicles there are. Just be weary, there's lots of footage in it, including a little too much of the light jets, so steer clear if you want to go in fresh this December. Otherwise, watch and enjoy!
Watch the new Tron Legacy featurette on the Vehicles:
Sam Flynn (Garrett Hedlund), the tech-savvy son of Kevin Flynn (Jeff Bridges), looks into his father's disappearance and is pulled into the digital world of Tron where his father has been living for 25 years.
Tron Legacy is directed by first-time filmmaker Joseph Kosinski. The screenplay was co-written by Adam Horowitz ("Lost"), Richard Jefferies (Blood Tide, Living Hell), Edward Kitsis ("Lost"), and the director of the original movie, Steven Lisberger. This first got the greenlight last year because this early teaser played well at Comic-Con. Disney is bringing Tron Legacy to theaters in 3D starting on December 17th. You in?
green_gizmo on Nov 23, 2010
Featurette my ()$(&U)#... that was a commercial. FAIL
Akirakorn on Nov 24, 2010
A5J4DX on Nov 24, 2010
ah, anyway, the world couldn't be more excited about Tron. The expectation and the eager anticipation is HUGE!!!!
leinergroove on Nov 24, 2010
tickets already bought...ready to rock!
CONSCRIPT on Nov 24, 2010
ya know from all the footage ive seen this Joseph Kosinski might just turn out to be one HELL of an amazing director.
DoomCanoe on Nov 24, 2010
Mmm. This movie is looking more and more gorgeous.
Cracky on Nov 25, 2010
GRRR these trailers are such a cock tease haha
DaftPUNKFAN on Nov 25, 2010
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