I don't know if Jeff Bridges shares the same love for the White Russian as The Dude does. But the guys at the Mexican liquor brand Kahlúa—one of the main ingredients of the cocktail—seem to think so because they just produced this twisted-ending short film starring Jeff Bridges—or maybe The Dude, who knows.
I saw Tron in the movie theater when it came out, 30 years ago today—July 9, 1982. I was almost ten years old and it blew me away. Like with many kids of my age, this movie—along with War Games—changed the course of my life. I'm not exaggerating.
If you're a Jeff Bridges fan, Tron: Legacy was a double dose of awesomesauce. But how on earth did they turn back the clock on the Dude to get a young Clu running the show? While I wish there were a fountain of youth—or some sort of Mission Impossible-style mask?—the time-bending technique is revealed in this…
It's Tron: Legacy day! Who's excited? I know I am. Excited enough to re-watch the original last night. But let's temper that excitement, a little, shall we? Even though it's a childhood favorite, here are some continuity errors from Tron.
Technology has got Jeff Bridges thinking: why bother acting when a digital version of himself can so easily be created? Trapped by his evil creation Clu 2, today's Bridges acts opposite a 30-years-younger version in Tron: Legacy. [Daily Mail]