The day (04/05/11) has finally arrived: TRON and TRON: Legacy are now available on Blu-ray and DVD! Many fans were disappointed when they wanted to brush up on the original movie, only to find out that it was not available anywhere — except on eBay, of course, but for hundreds of dollars. (Click here for Anton Olsen’s 2010 search for a copy of TRON.) Disney dusted the original TRON off and took it out of the vault to now mass market it, packaged with TRON: Legacy and as a stand-alone product.
TRON: Legacy provides the ultimate Hi-Def Blu-ray experience with breathtaking 1080p visuals and superior 7.1 surround sound that brings to life the visually stunning world of TRON. Taking you further behind the grid are in-depth bonus features on the making of the film (e.g., creating the futuristic vehicles and world of TRON, storyline mythologies, actors/characters and more) and the all-new Disney Second Screen interactive experience.
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Disney Second Screen transforms the movie watching experience by allowing viewers to explore the story behind the film perfectly synced on a second device, like an iPad or laptop, without interrupting their enjoyment of the movie. By simply accessing the Disney Second Screen companion application on their Internet-connected device, viewers are able to dive deeper into the film by engaging with elements including 360-degree vehicle turnarounds, interactive progression reels, and more. Disney Second Screen directions and access codes can be found inside the Blu-ray Disc packaging.
There is also a limited discount offer from Disney Movie Rewards: $5 Off the 4-disc Blu-ray Combo Pack or the 5-disc TRON: Legacy& TRON: The Original Classic 2-Movie Collection! Click below for the offer.
Check back with GeekDad all this week — we will have interviews and specials from Disney’s TRON.
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