Lego’s fan-driven Ideas program has resulted in some of the nerdiest sets in recent memory. There’s the DeLorean from Back to the Future, the Ecto-1 from Ghostbusters, and The Big Bang Theory living room, just to name a few. Now, the toy company is adding Tron to the list.
A soundtrack can often make or break a film. Daft Punk’s work on Tron: Legacy helped make that sequel mostly watchable, but it turns out that score works even better for Star Trek: The Motion Picture, as Patrick Collins discovered when he brilliantly mashed up both films.
You may think a third Tron movie isn’t going to happen, but all hope is not completely lost. The potential director, Joseph Kosinski, spoke at a Tron: Legacy screening this week and explained that the film is currently in “cryogenic freeze,” but it was going to be a real world invasion movie.
The filmmakers from Sneaky Zebra are back with a sequel to a 2013 short film called Prop Wars, where countless movie replicas are used in an epic battle between a group of friends. Prop Wars: Prop Harder draws its inspiration from countless blockbusters including Tron: Legacy, The Force Awakens, Men In Black, Evil Dead…
On a comedy or drama, a costume designer’s job is pretty straightforward. Design, then either buy or create, the clothes that will be worn in the film. But on a superhero movie, once you design the costumes, they can’t be bought in a store.—they have to physically be constructed. One of the companies who does this is…
Disney has officially powered down Tron 3. Last night, The Hollywood Reporter broke the news that the company has decided to halt preparations for the third film in the cyberpunk franchise. The move comes just a week after Tomorrowland pulled in a disappointing Memorial Day weekend box office.
I don't care how many Chinese zither-based covers of Daft Punk's Tron: Legacy soundtrack you listen to today, I feel quite confident that Michelle Kwan's adaptation of "Derezzed" is going to top your list. I know, it's a bold statement, but I stand by it.
We have tons of love for great directors — but often, when you're marveling at an especially lovely shot, you're partly admiring the work of the cinematographer who lit it and shot it. Often, the same cinematographer has worked on many of your favorite movies. Here are 10 great painters of science fiction films.
The other day, Second Life celebrated its 10-year anniversary. But long before that venerable virtual world came into existence, we were dreaming up images of virtual reality and cyberspace.
Holy crap, this sounds promising. AMC wants a new genre show to serve as a companion piece to The Walking Dead, and according to Deadline, they're developing Ballistic City, described as "Blade Runner meets Battlestar Galactica." Crime on a generation ship!
We sat down with Joseph Kosinski, director of Tron Legacy and the new movie Oblivion, along with a handful of other reporters. And he told us that it's getting easier to pitch an original film, in the wake of huge successes like Avatar and Inception. Minor spoilers ahead...
At least, that's the provocative argument over at Vice's Motherboard, where Brian Merchant argues that Daft Punk are better at creating a science-fictional mythos than they are at making great pop music.
Somehow, I don't think I'll ever get tired of Tron-inspired outfits that really light up. Cosplayer Victoria Schmidt, also known as Scruffy Rebel, teamed up with fellow cosplayer Jinyo (who helped with the wiring and programing) to create this glowing gown. The Quorra hairdo is perfect, but this dress would still look…
Motion-capture has totally altered our movie-going experience in just a few years. From the Na'vi to Gollum to Mark Ruffalo's Hulk, our favorite movie characters are increasingly a blend of computer animation and an actor's real performance.
Movies and cartoons collide this week, as Quorra (Olivia Wilde's character in Tron: Legacy) appears on Tron: Uprising. We also see the fruits of Skrull labor pay off this week on Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes and what happens when Bender joins the ranks of the paparazzi on Futurama.
Even though Tron Legacy wasn't the massive blockbuster hit Disney expected, it did make enough money to warrant Tron 3. So what happens next? While at WonderCon promoting their television show Once Upon A Time, Tron Legacy scribes Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz dropped a few hints for Tron 3.
We've heard the Tron Legacy soundtrack transmogrified into floppy disc farts. Now witness France and/or robotdom's premier deejaying duo turned into the digital drone of Commodore 64s and wheezing MS-DOS games.
Chances are, if you've seen a science fiction movie recently and been stunned to hear actual science mentioned, you have a scientific advisor to thank. A small cadre of science experts have started lending their expertise to movies like Thor, 2012, Tron Legacy and the upcoming Doctor Strange. Here's their story, via…
Even if Daft Punk's score to Tron Legacy didn't melt your butter, it's hard not to appreciate their track "Derezzed" being played by five groaning and wheezing floppy drives (mp3 here). This is incontrovertible evidence that in order for Tron 3 to succeed, the film must scale back its special effects such that it…
Looks like Akira has been ripped out of development purgatory and dropped into production hell. Warner Bros. has reportedly greenlit director Jaume Collet-Serra's remake of the anime classic.