Joseph Kosinski

Tron Legacy

You know how “they” say sometimes that a movie will “blow your mind”? That’s one of those over-used cliches here in the movie blogosphere. Because in fact, it would be — as far as I and science know — impossible for a film watching experience to cause your brain to spontaneously combust. In a literal sense, this is impossible. However, I’m willing to delve into the realm of figurative for Joseph Kosinski’s Tron: Legacy, as this brand new trailer — which debuted earlier today at Comic-Con in San Diego — shows a cinematic experience that could be, in all honesty, unlike anything we’ve ever seen before. So hit that full screen button, crank that Daft Punk score to 11, sit back and let Tron of the future blow your damned mind.



Even though his feature debut Tron Legacy won’t be in theaters until late 2010, director Joseph Kosinski is already plotting out his next venture.



Hot on the heels of yesterday’s panel in Hall H at Comic-Con in San Diego, Disney has released the long-awaited Tron Legacy footage onto the web for all to see.



Walt Disney Studios has sent over the title treatment for their upcoming Tron sequel, the newly retitled Tron Legacy. Also, we’ve got some concept art directly from Hall H.



This little slow news day item should go down as a gem, as it involves two things that we are anxiously looking forward to: TRON 2.0 and sex.



Anyone who was at or around last year’s San Diego Comic-Con knows that the test footage of Tron 2 that was shown was the talk of the town. And it appears as if Disney intends to do something similar this coming year.


It is likely that even director Joseph Kosinski hasn’t much more of a clue than we do about what is happening with Tr2n, the mysteriously trailered film that had all of Comic-Con wishing they hadn’t skipped the Race to Witch Mountain presentation.

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