In 1982 the visual effects of Tron were revolutionary. So, why no Oscar?
While Tron 3 may or may not be happening, there's another sequel that Tron himself might be invited to appear in.
Could movie audiences possibly have known what was in store for them when they went into theaters in the summer of 1982? As this 30-year-old sneak peek clip shows, it was a huge year for sci-fi, and every one of the films mentioned turned out to be a bona fide classic.
It's 2012 and the holiday season—we're all pretty busy individuals. So who has the time to kick back and catch up on the best of the best in sci-fi films? Luckily, there's a super cut for that.
As of today, it's been 30 years since Disney's sci-fi classic Tron was released. But even though it hit theaters way back on July 9, 1982, the flick still maintains an air of mystery—so we've pulled together 10 interesting tidbits that only add to its epic legend.
With another successful American International Toy Fair over, we didn't want to leave out a lot of interesting finds that didn't fit our traditional superhero or Star Wars lists.
Motorcycles feature in some of the most exciting chases in sci-fi history. (Or, as we sometimes think of them—"chase scenes involving bad guys...
We're quickly approaching the holiday season, so why not give the gift that keeps on giving year after year, and deck your friends' halls—well, their trees—with ornaments that celebrate not just the season, but also their favorite movies and TV shows?
Separating truth from rumors on the game grid ain't easy, but when it comes to digital honesty, nothing matches the electronica truth of Tron. And Bruce Boxleitner has just confirmed Tron 3 is entering full resolution and well on its way toward a 2013 release.
Tonight's Warehouse 13 (airing at 9/8C) features the main characters getting sucked into a videogame. In honor of this, we thought we'd to take a look at the use of this plot device over the past three decades.