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  • Fan Made Quorra TRON: Legacy Costume
    Fan Made Quorra TRON: Legacy Costume

    TRON: Legacy hasn’t hit theatres yet and already it’s inspiring some amazing fan creations. Check out this Halloween costume from fashion and technology mash-up artist Syuzi Pakhchyan. More photos at her blog.

  • TRON: Legacy Billboard Adorns Sunset Blvd
    TRON: Legacy Billboard Adorns Sunset Blvd

    Drivers along Hollywood’s Sunset Boulevard can welcome one more eye-catching advertisement to the roster of billboards along the world famous road. This TRON: Legacy billboard even lights up the night for some extra excitement. TRON: Legacy opens in theaters near you and at participating Disney Digital 3D™ and IMAX® 3D…

  • TRON: Legacy added to World of Color
    TRON: Legacy added to World of Color

    It’s hard to keep secrets when dozens of hotels rooms look down on your stage, so we knew this was coming for a bit. But last night Disneyland debuted its first updated scene to the popular World of Color water and light show. The Tron:Legacy segment is a little over…

  • Tron Night, October 28, 2010
    Tron Night, October 28, 2010

    Last night around the country, Disney showed 23+ minutes of footage from Tron: Legacy to public audiences who has reserved a ticket at the local multiplex. My verdict: definite thumbs-up! The special effects are pure eye candy and do not merely recycle ideas from the original 1982 Tron movie. I…

  • ElecTRONica takes on the night at California Adventure
    ElecTRONica takes on the night at California Adventure

    Welcome guest author “Neuron’s user Zoe55” with a report from California Adventure’s ElecTRONica dance party: I enjoyed ElecTRONica. It’s something I think you should check out if you liked the movie Tron, or maybe if you even didn’t. If you strip it down to its core I find it to…

  • Look back at the Original TRON
    Look back at the Original TRON

    With TRON: Legacy’s November release fast approaching, it is a good time to look back at the original TRON. Released in 1982 for the cost of $17M, it grossed $32M at the box office, but ignited the flame of science fiction in a generation that was growing up with computers…

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