Look. We’re all excited about the sequel to the cult ’80s hit “Tron.” Who isn’t? And, chances are if you’re a “Tron” geek like us, you’ve seen and read every possible interview and teaser Disney has unleashed on the Internet. But if you’re one of those few who haven’t, not to worry! The good folks at Walt Disney Studios have shared some great interviews with us from the cast and crew, and we’ve selected some of the best ones for you to watch before you re-enter the grid and experience “Tron: Legacy” on December 17th.
From Joseph Kosinksi talking about why he chose [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Daft Punk[/lastfm] to score the music to his first feature debut film to Jeff Bridges on Olivia Wilde, action scenes and franchise’s history. Dive in, and get schooled on the making of Tron: Legacy before you head out to the theater on December 17th with your neon pants!
Interview with Joseph Kosinski – Director of Tron:
Curious about the light-cycles? Koskinki talks about the redesigns of the bikes, as well as the boundaries of technology used in the film, and Daft Punk.
Interview with Olivia Wilde – Quorra
Olivia Wilde tells us about what it was like wearing those skin-tight suits, entering the world of Tron and working with Garret Hedlund.
Interview with Jeff Bridges – Kevin Flynn
Jeff Bridges on 3-D technology, working with Olivia and Garrett as well as on expanding the games in Tron: Legacy.
Interview with Garrett Hedlund – Sam Flynn
Garrett talks about the core of the story, his first memory on the first Tron, and the new light cycles.
Interview with Bruce Boxleitner – Alan Bradley Tron
On the loyalty of science fiction fans, his character, and the technology used in the original Tron.
Interview with James Frain – Jarvis
On his character Jarvis, the costumes and Kosinski’s unique vision of Tron: Legacy.
Interview with Steven Lisberger – Producer
Ever wonder why Kosinski was chosen to direct Tron: Legacy? Lisberger tells all.
Interview with Jeffrey Silver – Producer
Interview with Beau Garrett – Jem
On her character Jem, and her first reaction to watching the first Tron.
Are you excited for “Tron: Legacy”? Tell us in the comments!