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But Boxleitner says it was James Arness (“Matt Dillon” on cult film TRON () with Jeff Bridges and TRON: Legacy (). With three grown sons from two previous marriages, Boxleitner is happily dating a Hollywood. The cast includes Jeff Bridges and Bruce Boxleitner reprising their roles as Kevin . Bridges opined that Tron: Legacy was evocative of a modern myth, adding that "They don't have any dates but I'm thinking from the scuttlebutt I'm hearing. Boxleitner most recently starred with Jeff Bridges in TRON: Legacy, the popular motion picture sequel to TRON. The cast includes Garrett Hedlund and Olivia.
If I got in far enough, I could reconstruct it! Oh, man, this isn't happening, it only thinks it's happening. Vacate entry port, program! I said, move out! Look, if this is about those parking tickets, I can explain everything, okay? He fights for the Users. You're in trouble, program. Why don't you make it easy on yourself? Forget it, mister high-and-mighty Master Control!
You aren't making me talk! Hey, hey, hey, it's the big Master Control Program everybody's been talking about. Remember the time we used to spend playing chess together? You realize I cannot allow this! How are you going to run the universe if you can't answer a few unsolvable problems, huh?
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Come on, big fella, let's see what you got. I'd like to go against you and see what your made of. You know, you look nothing like your pictures. You're entering a big error, Flynn. I'm going to have to put you on the game grid. I'll give you games Where did you hear that name? Well that's your name, isn't it?
The name of my User. How did you know? I'm a program from a User that knows Alan. What good will that do?
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It's the only way to help Tron! Clu, we don't have much time to find that file.Honeymoon in Vegas 1992 Trailer HD
In this one, one of the things that I thought was really effective was the way Joe [Kosinski, director] kind of blended the real sets with the CGI and the motion capture and all of that — it was a combination of all those things; it was really well done.
Joe being an architect, he brought a lot of that sensibility to it. When you were making the original film, did you have any sense that you were involved in something that may have been ahead of its time?
Were you happy with how the sequel turned out in that sense? Garrett [Hedlund] seems to have some of what your character was in the original.
Yeah, that was written in to the script; we wanted to have that in there. David Warner or Michael Sheen? Oh, the camper villain. The first movie, in retrospect, the kids that were putting those quarters into those game machines — they got it. You guys have all grown up in this technology. But you guys got it.
They got to grow up and make the movie again, with the tools that they have now. Steve Lisberger and his wife Bonnie, these were two kids that came out to Hollywood from Boston with this little idea: What did you think when you were presented with the original screenplay for TRON?
And they were kind of taking a chance at that point. They were taking a big chance.
You always hear how they were sort of conservative, kind of a dowdy studio, but I think this plays against that. I thought it was very daring of them to take this step with computer animation.
We were very much a wild bunch. We were running around in those outfits going to lunch, and these women were shocked, you know, because we had our bare asses hanging out there.