Tron Legacy gets a new trailer

Third promo for Disney's high-concept sequel

Tron Legacy is mere weeks away, and if the recent preview screening and Daft Punk music videos haven't convinced you to get excited, then this final trailer might just do the trick.

By now you should be familiar with the story, as Kevin Flynn (Garrett Hedlund) enters the virtual world his father created in order to bring him back, and finds himself in a fight for survival during a series of deadly games.

The final trailer features more backstory, and more of a sense of scale for the epic virtual world where the film is set, including a look at some new, winged charcaters, and a glimpse at what could be an action-defining aerial battle.

You can see the trailer below;

Excited yet? The only thing raising some concern is the digitally de-aged Jeff Bridges, whose face doesn't quite look or move naturally, but beyond that the effects are jaw dropping.

Let's hope the plot can match them.

Tron Legacy is in UK cinemas 17 December 2010

Tron? Or you're having us on? Let us know!


    • gonzoBen

      Nov 9th 2010, 17:58

      That is achingly close to photo-real...

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    • fortunesfool

      Nov 9th 2010, 18:22

      Tron Night footage was severely lacking in the acting/writing departments. Dramatically its everything you might expect from an Fx artist turned film-maker - mediocre film-making but cracking fx. The four chicks with the laser fingers - why. exactly? Lots of cool ideas but no thought behind them.

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    • MrFuji

      Nov 9th 2010, 20:25

      ...that looks so awesome!! I cant wait for this movie.. On a side note isn't Garrett Hedlund's character called Sam not Kevin? TF have you made a little boo boo?

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    • higgins78

      Nov 9th 2010, 20:48

      As a huge fan of the original which intentionally I did see back in the day on release at the cinema, also I've watched the DVD a good 4-5 times since its been in my possession, this Tron Legacy looks promising while at the same time I'm genuinely worried it could be another Matrix Revolutions/Reloaded. Just so long as it isn't a dumbing down for the teen/early 20's generation I shall be happy...fingers crossed tight.

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