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Disney has released the first image for Tron: Ares

Disney has released the first image for Tron: Ares

Disney released a New image to Tron: Aresthe new chapter in the franchise You see. You can find it below. Production on the film began in January in Vancouver andexit It is expected in 2025. It is a sequel to the 1982 Disney film You see And a sequel to TRON: Legacyfrom 2010.

In the direction There is Joachim Ronning. “I am thrilled to be part of the Tron franchise – and to bring this new film to life for fans around the world,” Ronning said. Tron: Ares It builds on a legacy of cutting-edge design, technology and storytelling. Now more than ever, it feels like the right time to get back online.”

This is the official synopsis of the buildings Plot: “Tron: Ares It follows a highly advanced program, Ares, who is sent from the digital world to the real world on a dangerous mission, marking humanity's first encounter with artificially intelligent beings. These are themes that we also find in the works of William Gibson, in particular Neuromancer, which will be turned into a series for Apple TV+. Cyberpunk seems more alive than ever.

Image of Tron Arescom.pinterest


In the He slanders We find Jared Leto, Greta Lee, Evan Peters, Hasan Minhaj, Jodie Turner-Smith, Arturo Castro, and Cameron Monaghan, with Gillian Anderson. The film is produced by Sean Bailey, Jeffrey Silver, Justin Springer, Jared Leto, Emma Ludbrook, and Steven Lisberger, while Russell Allen executive produces.

You see From 1982, it is considered the first film about virtual reality in a unique and pioneering style at that time. It is produced by Walt Disney Productions.

Shot by Giuseppe Giordano

I watch movies, play video games, and from a certain point in my life I also started writing about them. I'm fascinated by the far-flung corners of the Internet, the graphics of early 3D video games and images that fall under the not-so-specific umbrella of the term aesthetic, and in relation to which I engage in a compulsive indexing activity that has its point of landing on certain Instagram profiles. However, the TV series with the best aesthetics (and the best overall) is The X-Files, which I never ended up not conceiving of the “there are no more episodes of The X-Files to watch for the rest of my life” thought. Same thing with Evangelion (manga).


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