Yesterday, Disney unveiled the latest editions to the Disney Infinity video game system, and my wallet is already feeling the pain that is coming when we line up to buy all of the new figures and sets.
Nathan Olson wrote in this week: Now that we are in the 21st century. I think it would be neat to see who would win in a fight, Automan or Tron. They would be able to use all of their weapons, vehicles, and items on both the digital world and the real world. 3,2,1 fight. Okay, then… FIGHT!
If you are fan of TRON, then you’ve seen all the different takes on the lightcycle game from the first movie. And if you are a real fan of TRON, then you are aware that Tron Guy will do anything to show his love. When the two combine to sell Duck Tape, magic happens.
Here’s a bit of movie ephemera that might be right up someone’s alley – TRON: Legacy hats. New Era has teamed with Disney to create these one of a kind hats that you can wear proudly on your head. Reflecting every element of the digital world in which “TRON: Legacy” takes place, these 59FIFTY caps will be sure to get you in the game. There are six caps in all going for $34.99 and $35.99. via New Era
While many are excited about TRON: Legacy hitting the movie screen next month, Disney is banking that the film and franchise will be successful enough that little tykes will want in on the action, too. Disney has given the thumbs up for an animated series called TRON: Uprising, which has been set to hit the Disney XD cable channel in the summer of 2012. “Tron: Uprising’s” voice cast includes Elijah Wood, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Mandy Moore, Paul Reubens, Nate Corddry and Lance Henriksen. Bruce Boxleitner will reprise his role as Tron. “Tron: Uprising” will focus on Beck (voiced by Wood), who
Daft Punk is providing some of the music for the upcoming TRON: Legacy movie, and Disney has released a sample of the group’s Derezzed music video. Tron: Daft Punk Music MontageTrailer Park Movies | Myspace Video