Film School Rejects has just received a message from the folks over at FlynnLives.com, the website at the heart of the latest viral marketing game associated with Disney’s upcoming sequel Tron Legacy. For a few weeks, the site has been counting down to a ‘zero hour’ that will reveal the next steps…
Word from Coming Soon is that Michael Sheen, the numerator of Frost/Nixon, has been sucked into an arcade machine! Sheen has been added to the cast of the upcoming Tron: Legacy as a night club owner in technosburgh. And now he’s talking about it.
The San Diego Comic-Con has come and gone. And while it might be over, for some of Hollywood’s latest gems, it is only the beginning. We’ve scanned the web to bring you the definitive list of the 7 most buzzed about films from this year’s Con.
In order to help you keep all of the movie-related stuff straight, we’ve put together a list of the 13 must see movie-related events of Comic-Con 2009. So get out your pencil and your day calendar (the one with the kittens on it) and write down the following events.
Today’s Early Edition may not be as early as it normally is, but it is still morning in California — and since much of our readership is out there on the West Coast, I’m not ready to title-swap to “Not-So-Early Edition” just yet.
Go ahead and smack me. Call me a tool or whatever. Until today, I could have given two monkey queefs about Tron 2.0. But, the latest news on this almost-three-decades-too-late Disney sequel has me ready to give up them queefs.
Anyone who was at or around last year’s San Diego Comic-Con knows that the test footage of Tron 2 that was shown was the talk of the town. And it appears as if Disney intends to do something similar this coming year.
It is likely that even director Joseph Kosinski hasn’t much more of a clue than we do about what is happening with Tr2n, the mysteriously trailered film that had all of Comic-Con wishing they hadn’t skipped the Race to Witch Mountain presentation.
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