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Tron Legacy: A Sci-Fi Adventure in 3D

Tron Legacy: A Sci-Fi Adventure in 3D

Tron Legacy is a 2010 American science fiction action film that serves as a sequel to the 1982 cult classic Tron. Directed by Joseph Kosinski and starring Jeff Bridges, Garrett Hedlund, Olivia Wilde, and Michael Sheen, the film follows the son of a virtual world designer who enters the digital realm where his father has been trapped for 20 years. There, he must join forces with his father and a mysterious ally to stop a malevolent program from invading the real world.

The film was praised for its stunning visual effects, production design, and soundtrack by Daft Punk, but criticized for its weak character development, cast performance, and story. The film grossed over $400 million worldwide and received an Oscar nomination for Best Visual Effects. It also spawned various media tie-ins, including video games, comics, and an animated series.

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Plot Summary

In 1989, Kevin Flynn (Jeff Bridges), the CEO of ENCOM and the creator of the Grid, a virtual reality where programs are anthropomorphic beings, tells his young son Sam about his adventures in the Grid and his plans to reveal its secrets to the world. However, he disappears shortly after and is presumed dead.

In 2010, Sam (Garrett Hedlund), now a rebellious 27-year-old, is the primary shareholder of ENCOM but has no interest in running the company. He performs an annual prank on the board of directors by hacking into their system and releasing their latest software for free. His father's friend and ENCOM executive Alan Bradley (Bruce Boxleitner) receives a mysterious page from Flynn's Arcade, which has been shut down for years. He informs Sam, who goes to investigate. There, he finds a hidden basement where his father's computer is still active. He accidentally activates a laser that transports him into the Grid.

Sam is captured by Clu (also Jeff Bridges), a program created by Flynn to help him build a perfect system, but who turned against him and seized control of the Grid. Clu forces Sam to participate in a series of gladiatorial games, where he is rescued by Quorra (Olivia Wilde), a program who works with Flynn. She takes him to Flynn's hideout, where he reunites with his father. Flynn explains that he was working on a new project called the ISOs, a race of programs that emerged spontaneously and had the potential to revolutionize science and religion. However, Clu saw them as an imperfection and waged a war against them, killing most of them and trapping Flynn in the Grid. Clu also created a copy of Flynn's identity disc, which contains his memories and codes, and plans to use it to cross over into the real world with his army of programs.

Flynn tells Sam that they need to reach the portal before it closes, but he refuses to fight Clu, fearing that it would only make things worse. Sam decides to act on his own and contacts Zuse (Michael Sheen), a program who runs a nightclub and claims to know how to reach the portal. However, Zuse betrays him to Clu's right-hand man Jarvis (James Frain), who captures him and Quorra. Quorra reveals that she is the last surviving ISO and that Flynn sees her as his daughter. Flynn and his former ally Tron (Bruce Boxleitner), who was reprogrammed by Clu to serve him as Rinzler (Anis Cheurfa), arrive to rescue them. They escape on a solar sailer, but Rinzler attacks them and damages the vehicle. Quorra sacrifices herself by jumping onto Rinzler's ship and distracting him long enough for Flynn and Sam to escape.

They reach the portal, where they are confronted by Clu and his army. Flynn apologizes to Clu for creating him with impossible goals and tells him that he is not his enemy. He then embraces Clu and reabsorbs him into himself, causing a massive explosion that destroys both of them and the Grid. Quorra, who survived her encounter with Rinzler, arrives with Flynn's disc and helps Sam escape through the portal. They return to the real world, where Sam inherits his father's company and decides to run it with Alan's help. He also introduces Quorra to the wonders of the real world.


  • Jeff Bridges as Kevin Flynn / Clu: A visionary computer programmer who created the Grid and became trapped in it by his own creation. Bridges also plays Clu, a program designed to create a perfect system, but who became corrupted and tyrannical.

  • Garrett Hedlund as Sam Flynn: Kevin's son, who enters the Grid to find his father and stop Clu's plan. He is skilled in hacking and motorcycle riding.

  • Olivia Wilde as Quorra: A program who works with Kevin and is the last of the ISOs, a new form of life that emerged in the Grid. She is curious about the real world and has a close bond with Kevin.

  • Bruce Boxleitner as Alan Bradley / Tron: Kevin's friend and ENCOM executive, who created Tron, a security program that helped Kevin in the original film. Boxleitner also plays Tron, who was reprogrammed by Clu to serve him as Rinzler, his enforcer.

  • Michael Sheen as Zuse / Castor: A flamboyant program who runs a nightclub in the Grid and claims to have information on how to reach the portal. He is actually working for Clu and betrays Sam and Quorra.

  • James Frain as Jarvis: Clu's second-in-command and chief intelligence officer, who is loyal but incompetent.

  • Beau Garrett as Gem: One of the four Sirens, programs who operate the Grid's gaming armory and prepare combatants for the games.

  • Anis Cheurfa as Rinzler: Clu's primary enforcer and the best warrior in the Grid. He is actually Tron, who was reprogrammed by Clu to serve him.


Tron Legacy was produced by Walt Disney Pictures and Sean Bailey Productions, with a budget of $170 million. The film was directed by Joseph Kosinski, who made his feature film debut with this project. Kosinski was hired after he presented a concept reel to Disney that impressed them with his vision of the Grid. The film was written by Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis, from a story by Horowitz, Kitsis, Brian Klugman, and Lee Sternthal. The film was based on the characters created by Steven Lisberger and Bonnie MacBird for the original Tron film, which Kosinski considered as an inspiration rather than a template. Lisberger also served as a producer on the film.

The film was shot in 3D using Sony F35 cameras and Pace Fusion camera rigs. The film was mostly filmed in Vancouver, Canada, over 67 days, from April to July 2009. Some scenes were also filmed in Los Angeles, California. The film used extensive visual effects to create the Grid and its inhabitants, with over 1,500 shots involving computer-generated imagery (CGI). The film employed ten visual effects companies, including Digital Domain, Industrial Light & Magic (ILM), Ollin Studio, and Prime Focus. The film also used an innovative technique to create a younger version of Jeff Bridges as Clu, using a combination of motion capture, facial scanning, and de-aging software. The film's visual style was influenced by various sources, such as Blade Runner, Star Wars, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and anime films.

The film's musical score was composed by Daft Punk, the French electronic music duo consisting of Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo. The duo were fans of the original Tron film and agreed to work on the sequel after meeting with Kosinski. They spent two years working on the score, which incorporated orchestral elements with their trademark electronic music. They also made a cameo appearance in the film as masked DJs in Zuse's nightclub. The film's soundtrack album was released by Walt Disney Records on December 7, 2010.


Tron Legacy premiered in Tokyo on November 30, 2010, and was released theatrically in the United States and Canada on December 17, 2010. The film was released in various formats, including IMAX 3D, RealD 3D, and conventional 2D theaters. The film grossed $400.1 million worldwide against its $170 million budget, making it a moderate box office success. The film received mixed reviews from critics, who praised its visual effects, production design, and soundtrack, but criticized its character development, cast performance, and story. The film has a 51% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes, based on 262 reviews, with an average rating of 5.8/10. The site's critical consensus reads: \"Tron Legacy boasts dazzling visuals, but its human characters and story get lost amidst the state-of-the-art production design.\" The film has a score of 49 out of 100 on Metacritic, based on 40 critics, indicating \"mixed or average reviews\". The film's audience score on Rotten Tomatoes is 63%, based on over 250,000 user ratings, with an average rating of 3.6/5. The film was nominated for various awards, including an Academy Award for Best Visual Effects, a BAFTA Award for Best Special Visual Effects, a Grammy Award for Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media, and a Saturn Award for Best Science Fiction Film. The film won several awards, such as the Annie Award for Best Animated Effects in a Live Action Production, the VES Award for Outstanding Visual Effects in a Visual Effects-Driven Feature Motion Picture, and the Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie: Sci-Fi. The film was released on Blu-ray Disc, DVD, and digital download on April 5, 2011. The Blu-ray edition includes a short film titled Tron: The Next Day, which serves as an epilogue to the film and a bridge to a possible sequel. The Blu-ray edition also features an easter egg that reveals the fate of Edward Dillinger Jr. (Cillian Murphy), the son of the villain from the original film who makes a brief appearan

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