Friday, July 24, 2009

Concept footage/semi-teaser thingy for TRON LEGACY

This afternoon Disney finally made an official release of that concept footage for Tron Legacy, next year's sequel to the 1982 movie about a parallel reality that exists within the realm of computers. This is the same footage that Disney showed at Comic-Con last year, but with the new Tron Legacy logo...

Click here to zap back down onto the game grid.

And you might wanna also take a looksee at Flynn Lives, a Tron Legacy teaser website about what has happened to Kevin Flynn (the character that Jeff Bridges played in Tron and will reprise again in the sequel). It hints that in the years since Flynn took over ENCOM he has become a "Bill Gates meets Howard Hughes"-type of person.

2 comments:

kamen-rider said...

I'm really glad they decided to release this, although slightly modified, footage. It sure prevents people from posting bootleg versions on the internet.

-Drew M.

AfterShock said...

I am liking the look of the game grid! The updated light-cycles are a welcome addition too. Nice to know they kept the sounds for them very similar... :)

Friday, July 24, 2009

Concept footage/semi-teaser thingy for TRON LEGACY

This afternoon Disney finally made an official release of that concept footage for Tron Legacy, next year's sequel to the 1982 movie about a parallel reality that exists within the realm of computers. This is the same footage that Disney showed at Comic-Con last year, but with the new Tron Legacy logo...

Click here to zap back down onto the game grid.

And you might wanna also take a looksee at Flynn Lives, a Tron Legacy teaser website about what has happened to Kevin Flynn (the character that Jeff Bridges played in Tron and will reprise again in the sequel). It hints that in the years since Flynn took over ENCOM he has become a "Bill Gates meets Howard Hughes"-type of person.

2 comments:

kamen-rider said...

I'm really glad they decided to release this, although slightly modified, footage. It sure prevents people from posting bootleg versions on the internet.

-Drew M.

AfterShock said...

I am liking the look of the game grid! The updated light-cycles are a welcome addition too. Nice to know they kept the sounds for them very similar... :)