Kevin Gray’s new remaster of Disney’s soundtrack to the 1982 film Tron is now available. News about this record was posted during the spring, and was initially scheduled for release in June. The new 2-record set was released yesterday, and they’re now available through Amazon and other fine record retailers.
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Holy, holy crap. We are all going to go broke. Alien. Predator. Tron. The Rocketeer. E.T. Mars Attacks. Mr. Spock. Mal and Jayne. Judge Dredd. Robocop. Robby the Robot. The Metaluna Mutant. All...
Slog tipper Matthew G. Miller sends this piece by Gina Tron in Politico Magazine recalling her troubled high school years: When I compounded my reputation as a dangerous psychopath by scaring a girl who’d been mean to me with a nasty...Show More Summary
Gina Tron made headlines as a teenager when people mistakenly feared she planned to go on a killing spree at her high school. Now, she writes at Politico about how she enjoyed her brief fame—and how mass murderers seek media validation. If we stop offering them a platform, she...
TRON: Legacy actor Matt Ward has joined the cast of Arrow Season 3 in the role of the villainous Komodo. The post Matt Ward Joins ‘Arrow’ Season 3 as Komodo appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Results, Spoilers.
Entertainment Weekly has learned that another archer will be joining the cast of The CW?s ?Arrow,? but this one isn?t friendly. Actor Matt Ward (TRON: Legacy, Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem) has joined the cast in the role of the deadly mercenary Komodo. Show More Summary
"TRON: Legacy" actor Matt Ward will join "Arrow" season three as Simon Lacroix, better known as villainous archer Komodo.
Arrow is loading up on its villains for season three. Matt Ward (TRON: Legacy and Hellcats) has been tapped to
There are some amazing virtual reality headsets on the horizon with the Oculus Rift, Sony's Project Morpheus, and more, but no one has quite nailed down the perfect control solution—that's where Project PERCEPTION NEURON comes in. It's a wireless, full-body motion capture system designed to put the wearer in the virtual world like never before, and the results look amazing.
Ever wondered what air-to-air refuelling looked like up in the night skies? Thanks to the UK's Royal Air Force we can show you: t his is what a Lockheed C-130 Hercules crew sees when refueling at night. So, quite a lot like Tron, then. [Cpl Neil Bryden/Royal Air Force/Facebook) Read more...
"Tron: End of Line" is a glorious train wreck, a five-car collision at the corner of pop culture and technology. It takes off from the "Tron" empire, inspired by the ur-video game "Pong" and first realized in Steven Lisberger's 1982Show More Summary
For half a second (an eternity in the computer world), I thought the Tron Holiday Special was real. But see for yourself.
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Lots of news on THR today as they’ve just now reported on very vague new psychological thriller that has quite the cast. Tron: Legacy‘s Olivia Wilde, pictured, and Luke Wilson will star in Meadowland, which Reed Morano is directing for Bron Studios. Elisabeth Moss (“Mad Men”) and Natasha Lyonne also are starring in the film, […]
Who wouldn't want to drive one of the ultra-cool electric Light Cycles from the movie Tron: Legacy? One collector did and paid a hefty sum for the pleasure. Too bad his purchase has been banned from real world roads by local authorities.
A man in Nanjing, China owns a Tron Light Cycle replica—make that, a Tron Light Cycle he cannot ride on the streets of that city. Read more...
If you don't know Syd Mead, you know his work. He had a hand in crafting some of the most gorgeous, iconic, dystopian environments in cinema history, including Aliens, Tron, and, most famously, Blade Runner. And today is his birthday. Read more...
Before the 1990s, most visual effects in movies consisted of stop motion and people in suits. While computer animation was used in “Star Wars” and “Tron” and in title sequences like 1978’s “Superman,” it wasn't until "Terminator 2" (1991)...Show More Summary