Cover Art, Details & Special Packaging Revealed for the TRON: LEGACY 3D Blu-ray Release
Published: February 3, 2011 - 12:36pm
Here's the scoop on what fans can expect to be included in the home release of the Disney sequel, including special four and five disc combo packs available on Amazon.com
TRON: LECACY, a direct sequel to Disney's sleeper hit TRON, stars Garrett Hedlund, Jeff Bridges, Olivia Wilde and Micheal Sheen. It was released theatrically in 3D and IMAX 3D on December 17th, 2010. Collider.com reports that, though the rumored teaser trailer for TRON 3 will definitely not be included in the Tron: Legacy homer release, plenty of never-before-seen extras will:
The first thing sources tell me is that the DVD might not actually have the some of the extra content [including extra scenes filmed specifically for the home video release] due to the limited capacity on the disc. It’s possible that the best extras will only be on the Blu-ray. From what I was told, the content will be unlike anything that has been done before in terms of bonus footage and it will expand the story of Tron. My sources told me that some of the additional content will be easy to access, and some of it will be like any typical Easter Egg where you have to find it.
AICN has their own breakdown of additional features, specifically additional scenes, here are the highlights:
– One scene is between Bruce Boxleitner as Alan Bradley, and Dan Shor reprising his role from the original 1982 Tron (credited as “Popcorn co-worker” in the real world, “Ram” in The Grid). Apparently Shor’s character ran the “Flynn Lives” campaign and is destroying the relevant data and files when Alan finds him. Shor quips, “Why did Kevin give you the cool name?” (As you probably know, Alan’s program name is “Tron.”)
– Another scene features Olivia Wilde as Quorra. She rides up to ENCOM on Sam’s Ducati and causes a stir when she reveals to the swarming press that she spoke to Kevin Flynn… yesterday.
– The third is the simplest — just text on screens — but perhaps the most loaded. Edward Dillinger (played by Cillian Murphy in Tron: Legacy) and father Ed Dillinger (played by David Warner in the original Tron) enigmatically discuss how everything is coming together as they planned.