The world of Tron has never looked so sleek and dangerous as it does in these new images from Tron Legacy. Disney released a slew of concept art, posters and stills. Some new, some just higher res than before. Behold...
It's been a mostly underwhelming movie summer. But fear not, moviegoers! There are still 10 movies left in 2010 that look set to rock your worlds, including Monsters, Skyline and Tron. And there are 10 more that, well...could surprise us.
The entertainment industry descended on San Diego like an alien mothership, hoping to refuel with precious buzz. But there were some movies and entertainers that people talked about more than others. Here are 10 winners of Comic Con's buzz wars.
This may not be your daddy's Tron, if an interview with one actress who appears in the Disney sequel is to be believed.
New plot details about the Tron sequel have leaked out, and it sounds like a gripping tale of father-son conflict and intergenerational angst... with light-cycles. Tons of spoilers, below.
How do you bring back a younger more light-cycle-friendly Jeff Bridges? We've dug up some details on exactly how Disney may be digitizing Bridges to bring the Flynns together, and they've spared no expense.
You can have your beardless and hot male lead for the new Tron movie — I'll be sticking with Olivia Wilde, who's been talking up a storm about the upcoming virtual sequel.
Welcome Garrett Hedlund as the new star of Disney's Tron 2.0, sequel to the 1982 light-cycle flick. While I can't say much for his acting chops, he's certainly giving Tron Guy some much-needed competition.
Tron 2.0 (formerly TR2N) is the next movie to get digitze-yourself excited about. Rumor has it Bruce Boxleitner, who played Alan Bradley (or Tron) is back for the sequel.
As if we weren't already excited enough about a sequel to Tron, news breaks that House's Olivia Wilde is the first actor to sign on - and star as a sexy worker drone.