I have to confess that I never saw Tron and was not aware of its existence until the buzz about Tron: Legacy started. Now that Twitter is filled with comments by people who saw Tron Legacy, my interest has been piqued. Meanwhile a lot of video clips and fan art are showing up making it clear that this movie is to be seen on the big screen.
Last month Robin posted every Tron: Legacy images available then. With the movie currently showing and people talking about it, it has become a must see and get to know cult movie for me. Can you say Tron is a cult movie? I’m going with cult for a movie first released in 1981 which is 29 years ago and still garners a lot of attention today.
Tron: Legacy isn’t out yet here in the Netherlands so I have time to see Tron first to catch on all the hype. Do check out these posters made by artists/Tron fans.
I was fed up of seeing so much slick and glossy poster versions of the forthcoming Tron sequel that I felt like doing a “dirty” version. I tried to make it look like an old style movie poster complete with fold marks and coffee stains! -turk1672
James White designed one Tron number each day starting with number nine. He quietly posted them online and after two number people where caught up with it awaiting a new number each day. View each individual number on James’s Flickr.
Eric Tan designed a retro poster for Tron and Tron: Legacy which was sold in limited edition on Mondotees. From what you can read on the blog the posters sold out right away leaving some people angry about missing out.