Come on, Disney. Fight for the fans.
Hot on the heels of Tron: Legacy director Joseph Kosinski insisting that the supposed Tron 3 sequel isn't dead comes rumors that Disney is actually considering casting for the film. The terrible thing is that they're looking at potentially bringing Jared Leto on board for the project, and frankly, I'd like to just offer a resounding, emphatic, fuck no.Read More
Flynn (doesn't) Live.
Disney's once rumored return to The Grid in Tron 3 has now been officially derezzed. There will be no trilogy, at least for the foreseeable future.Read More
Ladies Kickin’ Butt on Hulk: The Mary Sue Exclusive Interview with Disney Infinity 3.0 Designer Jeff Bunker
You're no match for Mulan and Minnie, big guy.
Last year The Mary Sue spoke to Disney Infinity 2.0's executive producer John Vignocchi about Disney Infinity's commitment to having tons of awesome playable female characters, and Disney Infinity 3.0 is no different.Read More
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Olivia Wilde and Garrett Hedlund are gearing up to reprise their Tron: Legacy roles for a new Tron film set to begin shooting this fall in Vancouver. (Not Tronronto, sadly.)Read More
If Buzz Lightyear wore awkward shorts.
NASA is developing a prototype for a brand-new spacesuit that will begin testing this fall, in anticipation of a manned mission to Mars. Super exciting! Science! The future! And also... the ugliest, weirdest looking outfit we've ever seen? With shorts?Read More
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Going behind the scenes of the program revolution, the new Disney XD animated series Tron: Uprising takes place directly before the events of Tron: Legacy, and now we can get a proper look at it with this new trailer for the show. It follows Beck (voiced by Elijah Wood), the leader of uprising against The Grid. The 10-part micro series also features the voice talent of Mandy Moore, Lance Henriksen, Bruce Boxleitner, and Paul Reubens. (via i09)Read More
i'll just leave this here
A 10-minute Tron short was released online with a story that filled in what happened between Tron and Tron: Legacy. Featuring unused footage from the latter, everyone is wondering if it's an extended version of a 3-minute short that is set to appear as an easter egg on the Tron: Legacy DVD (expected in April). Some rumors are that the short is meant to be a possible teaser for a third Tron movie. (No such movie has been officially announced or green-lit, though there's been a lot of speculation despite Tron: Legacy's performance in theaters.) Before watching, this video does include SPOILERS, specifically related to the Flynn Lives. (/film via io9)Read More
Consider the following: rumor has it that a trailer for the as third Tron movie is hidden on the DVD of Tron: Legacy. A third Tron movie remains un-greenlit. The DVD doesn't come out until April 11th, in the UK. The American release date is unknown. But Ain't It Cool says it has confirmed, with pictures, that there is a teaser for Tron 3 that will be included in the DVD release of Tron: Legacy. They've even seen the footage, so don't click if you'd like to remain spoiler free. (The rest of our post has no spoilers.)Read More
Early reviews of TRON: Legacy have been mixed, but Disney seems intent on making the movie into a full-blown cultural event, and it's been doing a pretty good job, inspiring waves of fan nostalgia, more lightcycle tributes on the Internet than you can shake a stick at, and even a TRON-inspired Playboy shoot. Now, TRON: Legacy is pioneering a new advertising format: iPad-specific iAds. Ad Age says the format will be launched widely in early 2011, but TRON: Legacy is getting the first crack at it.
The full-screen "Tron" ad, which will run in iPad apps such as TV Guide, includes close to 10 minutes of video, images from the movie, a theater locator with showtimes, and a preview of the movie soundtrack with the option to purchase on iTunes without leaving the ad. For the first time in any iAd, users will also be able to send email straight from within the ad.(Ad Age via TNW) Read More