For those of you who attended Comic Con this summer, you were probably lucky enough to see a sneak peak of TR2N. The sequel to Tron, the 1982 movie about a guy getting trapped inside a computer, and having to defend himself against an over hyped virus. The visuals for the film were groundbreaking for its time, and its unique look even spawned a Tron video game. For months, the sequel to the 26 year old film has been entitled TR2N, but according to FirstShowing.net, it’s now being referred to as TRZ.
More on TRZ after the jump..
Here is a snippet of what is considered to be the synopsis of TRZ.
After being transported into the surreal landscape of a mainframe computer to destroy an intruder, a programmer finds himself allied with the leader of a rebellion against a corrupt cyber-entity.” In the original Tron, the programmer Flynn (played by Jeff Bridges) was transported into the computer world. He joined with Tron, the leader of a rebellion, to fight a “corrupt cyber-entity” as well.
Well, it looks as if they really dug deep for the plot of this new one. It’s so on the edge, it’s so new! Seriously, it’s like a breath of fresh air.