What is Page 2? Page 2 is a compilation of stories and news tidbits, which for whatever reason, didn’t make the front page of /Film. After the jump we’ve included 22 different items, fun images, videos, casting tidbits, articles of interest and more. It’s like a mystery grab bag of movie web related goodness. If you have any interesting items that we might’ve missed that you think should go in /Film’s Page 2 – email us!
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No matter what your thoughts are on TRON: Legacy, the fact of the matter is, it didn’t bomb. It surely wasn’t the runaway smash hit that Disney was hoping for, especially with its IMAX box office playing such an important role, but according to Box Office Mojo, the film will pull in $150 million domestically by the time you read this and has made just under that internationally. That’s roughly $300 million against a reported budget of $170 million and would put Disney, hypothetically, in the black way before the inevitable DVDs and Blu-rays hit the shelves later this year.
So, does that mean we’ll get to see a Tron Three? According to one source, yes. Read who and what they’re saying after the jump. Read More »
I’m hoping that this cover art for the blu-ray release of the original 1982 Tron isn’t actually the cover art because, well, it is not so great. Not that I’ve really got a horse in this race, but when you’re working with a movie that has as many easily manipulable visual elements as Tron does, how does anyone end up with this?
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Jonathan Levine, the director of The Wackness, All The Boys Love Mandy Lane and the upcoming dramedy Live With It, has submitted his list of the top 10 movies of 2010. Levine’s list is the most unique I’ve seen from a filmmaker this year, including a few selections I haven’t seen on any filmmaker or critic top ten list this year. Read the list after the jump.
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/Film reader Michael von K sent over this great Digital Domain behind the scenes look at the visual effects of Tron: Legacy. Even if you didn’t like the movie, you will appreciate this extended 8-minute vfx demo reel. It’s amazing just how much work went into the computer generated visuals of this film. Too bad they were unable to perfect the young Jeff Bridges render, but watching this making of you will gain a whole new level of respect to the digital artistry that went into capturing and creating the Clu character. If you haven’t seen the film, please note that the video includes huge plot spoilers. Watch the video now embedded after the jump.
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Didn’t find that TRON: Legacy Light Cycle you so desperately wanted under the tree this holiday season? Sorry to hear that. You can, however, build your own with nothing more than a color printer and some paper. The Disney Family website has some templates and instructions so that you can fold your way into ownership of Kevin Flynn, Sam Flynn and Clu’s Light Cycles, a Recognizer and more. Check out photos of the finished products and find out where to get instructions after the break. Read More »
I was hoping that the Scott Pilgrim video game would help usher an era of 8-bit-inspired video games (at least in the promotional tie-in department). Pierre Manry has re-imagined Tron: Legacy as an 8-bit video game, complete with 8-bit converted Daft Punk score. Watch the video embedded after the jump.
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With the amount of money Disney spent marketing TRON: Legacy over the past few years, it’s no surprise that the film broke the $100 million mark this week, after twelve days at the domestic box office. What is a surprise, though, is that a quarter of that gross came from IMAX screens. To put that in perspective, the film is playing on almost 3,500 screens total in North America and only 235 of those are IMAX. Twenty-five percent of its gross is coming from about seven percent of its theaters. Read more about this after the jump. Read More »