You ready to go on the wildest ride of your life? Tron Legacy is a 3D high-tech adventure set in a digital world that's unlike anything ever captured on the big screen.
28 years after the original Tron, Tron Legacy is back and bigger than ever. Literally! 27-year-old Sam Flynn looks into his father’s disappearance and finds himself in a world of fierce programs and intense video games where his father has been living for 20 years. And thanks to the power of CGI, Jeff Bridges returns to the sequel looking like time stood still.
Hollyscoop caught up with Jeff at the Tron Legacy press junket where he confessed seeing himself as a 32 year old was a bit shocking. "It was a little bizarre," he told Hollyscoop.
"Remember the first time you heard your voice on a recorder, you said, is that how I sound? It has a little bit of that to it. It’s fascinating the whole process of working with this motion capture technology, making movies without cameras is something I wanted to experience," he added.
The original Tron was so ahead of its time it was absolutely groundbreaking, and Tron Legacy promises to be just as thrilling.
"In terms of film making we are using four different types of technology that have never been used before, simultaneously," actress Olivia Wilde, who plays Quorra in the sequel, told Hollyscoop.
She added, "the camera itself is the next generation from the 3D one used in James Cameron's Avatar and the film watching has been elevated and blown out of the water."
Check out our exclusives interviews from the cast of Tron Legacy below and make sure to get your tickets in advance as Tron Legacy hits theaters on December 17th.