So much news passes before our collective eyes every day that we couldn't possibly cover it all. Mostly because much of it isn't worth covering! But here are a some borderline tidbits we passed on, just in case.
Last night on South Park, Stan got sucked into the day-glo virtual world of Facebook, which looked just like the digitized Tron world. Except instead of light cycle races, guys in unitards want to show you pictures of their dog.
How does Tron Legacy's new lightcycle design compare with the 1982 model? Here's a Top Gear-inspired comparison between the two cycles, based on our research.
New Tron Legacy billboard art seems to show some more new modifications to the classic lightcycle/suit design, including a revamped helmet... and is that a gun on the cycle?
Disney dropped a replica storefront of Kevin Flynn's Arcade into downtown San Diego as part of promotion for Tron: Legacy. Best part? We played Space Paranoids and got to see the light cycle live. Full gallery below.
This may not be your daddy's Tron, if an interview with one actress who appears in the Disney sequel is to be believed.
New plot details about the Tron sequel have leaked out, and it sounds like a gripping tale of father-son conflict and intergenerational angst... with light-cycles. Tons of spoilers, below.
How do you bring back a younger more light-cycle-friendly Jeff Bridges? We've dug up some details on exactly how Disney may be digitizing Bridges to bring the Flynns together, and they've spared no expense.
As sleek and cyber-looking as the light cycles were in VR-game epic Tron, some of the original light-cycle concept art looks even more arresting. Some of the light cycles look almost industrial, like machines made out of pixels, while others look abstract and chaotic, just squiggly lines moving around. Even though the…