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The Karate Kid

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Toy Story 3

Pixar provide a note-perfect end to a phenomenal trilogy. Toy Story 3 is a triumph of modern animation.

Cutting Culture, Not Cost

Farewell to the UK Film Council - Mike Leigh calls Jeremy Hunt's decision "totally out of order". He's not totally wrong.


Impossible. Intelligent. Incredible. Inception is a 5 star film that dazzles as much as it boggles.


Terrifying and gross, Splice gives its horrible theme a twisted heart. As disturbing as it is fascinating.

Twilight: Eclipse

Over-acted but not over-long, Eclipse is a step up from New Moon. This trashy horror romance has rediscovered something vital: a pulse.

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Home News Tron Legacy Trailer Hits Comic-Con
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Written by Ivan Radford   
Thursday, 22 July 2010 20:30

Comic-Con is here! And so is the first video: the all-new ultra-shiny mega-blue trailer for Tron: Legacy. [Insert screams and drool here]

Yes, we've got ourselves another look at Joseph Kosinksi's sequel to the techno-surfing classic, and it's much the same as the last trailer (over here with a pretty batch of stills). But with a LOT of added cool new bits.

So Sam Flynn (Garrett Hedlund), who saw his dad Kevin (Jeff Bridges) just before he disappeared down his digital rabbit hole, is all grown up now. And he's been summoned into the Tron world by a mysterious man, Alan Bradley (Bruce Boxleitner), and a pager message from thin air.

With light bikes, halos and spandex suits galore, Tron: Legacy's world has been beefed up for the 3-D age. And that includes not just one Jeff Bridges, but two: the CGI-faced Clu, Flynn's evil computer. Who looks awesome in a vibrant orange outfit. His face is damn impressive too - the effects work really is completely seamless.

Read on for the video and get super-excited. Then once you've calmed down, watch it again. Trust us, you'll want to.





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