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Monday, 1 December 2008

Has Tr2n got an even worse name? Possible plot details as well

/film have news that Production Weekly is reporting that Disney’s Tron sequel has been renamed from the pretty lousy Tr2n to the just plain wrong TRZ (which must mean trousers or treasure or something surely?) Seems pretty bizarre and I would have thought that having the word Tron in the sequel title would have been the more reasonable thing to do. Maybe they can't use Tron 2.0 (which would be the logical choice) due to it's use on the computer game. What do you think of the name change? Can you see a reason for it? What would be a better choice?

Production Weekly also has a short plot synopsis: >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.” The early test footage/trailer shown at comic con featured Jeff Bridges, reprising his role as a programmer named Flynn from the first film, but possibly with a turn to the dark side. If the new plot synopsis is true, this would mean that Flynn is teaming with a new programmer to defend the system from his former friend Tron.

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