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Written by Ivan Radford   
Wednesday, 10 March 2010 13:02

Well, 8 months after all that Comic-Con excitement, the full trailer for Tron: Legacy has hit the internet. And it's quite spectacular, even if you're not a huge fan of the original Tron - and let's face it, everyone is.

The plot's a lot clearer now, too, with Garrett Hedlund confirmed to be Kevin Flynn's son, Sam, a "tech-savvy 27-year-old" who enters the digital world where his father has been for 25 years. With a bit of old and young Jeff Bridges thrown into the mix, this stylish sequel will no doubt have a few more twists in its rescue mission tale - especially with Olivia Wilde as Kevin's confidant Qora.

Boasting newly advanced technology (i.e. more ways to kill you), Tron's world has transformed entirely for our digital age. But it still has the one thing we all want: light bikes. And like a CGI-ed up Jeff Bridges, they look pretty damn sexy.

Read on for the full video, and a few new stills from the film.






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