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Last Appeal of Tron
Olivia Wilde: I think it’s because it has a lot of similar teams. This is the first one, it's a whole idea of technology and coaching on our private lives and whatever they means first and have it's changing the world. Steven Spielberg brought up really interesting and the panel today were he said the technology was supposed to bring us together but hasn't isolated as instead in nuts. I've seen a lot of movies you know you think of it's, kind of, monkey versus robot game that's universal when you -- anything from Terminator II, Tron and those movie hold up because they are issues in our society and they were 27 years ago when the first Tron was made and they still are down. People are fascinated by that.
Joseph Kozinski: I think it's a movie that was a head of us time. You know it's movie about you know it's kind of other version of yourself that existent. It is your world. And in 1982 I think people didn't quite know couldn't comprehend that and now it's something that's part of our everyday life. So you know Steve's movie was ten, fifteen years head of it's time and now we've kind of caught up to it. So I think that's why it seems to resuming so strongly
Michael Sheen: I think lots of people are hungry for -- that are of this age. You know, and Tron is certainly that. And we deal him in Tron Legacy with the darker side of a technology.
Olivia Wilde: You know, of the original people who made Tron talk about how in the early 80's technology. Computer still had a kind of optimistic sort of exciting feel to it. But now as we've learn to live with more is sort of dark and because we realize may be that we lost touch little bit. And, I think, those of themes were trying to explore.
Olivia Wilde: So it is a darker movie because it's stealing with subject matter and a kind of darker perspective.
Garrett Hedlund: This would definitely was able to kind of betray both sides of technology the beauty of it.
Michael Sheen: Yes.
Garret Hedlund: Such an extraordinary looking but -- on it. What you caring to go through in
Michael Sheen: Because we get excited -- I can do this. I can do that. Yeah what's gonna happening.