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05 November 2010  |  Written by Phil de Semlyen  

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The first two parts of the freshly triptyched Tron Legacy poster have boasted Clu, and Sam Flynn and Quorra - villain, hero and sultrily mysterious love interest, respectively. Now comes the turn of the daddy of Tron world himself, Kevin Flynn (Jeff Bridges), hiding out none too convincingly between a light disk. Click below to piece the three parts into an impressive whole.

Flynn, in a kind of suped-up, virtual-reality version of Where's Wally?, has been trapped in Tron world for 20 years. As in our world, technology has moved on, the universe becoming simultaneously more advanced and more sinister. The storm clouds are gathering.

To escape, Flynn and his son Sam must combat the seductive A.I. of programs like Clu and Castor (Michael Sheen). And, with any luck, do much light cycling. Find out when Tron Legacy make its UK bow on December 17.

Pop quiz time: name another poster on which the same actor has appeared more than once? Answers on a postcard, or better yet, below...


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RE: Enough with the posters...
e! They’ve ruined what was shaping up to be a quality one sheet. The huge Bridges throws the composition right off! It would have been better with the exact opposite of Clu facing back for the bridges one. Oh well…t=calibri] t=calibri]L: bradthunder ...what about a decent freakin' trailer????font=calibri] /font] Where is the new trailer? Tron Day was a week ago! Let the rest of us have a look More

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