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Chris Carle: Hey, this is Chris we are here at Comic–Con and Jim got to check out some Tron footage today would you think -- was it just is what do you saw.
Jim Vejvoda: It was a basically it brings us up to speed has been 28 years later and Garrett Hedlund plays a Sam Flynn who's a Jeff Bridges son from the original it's very cool they manage to update the look of the original but not loosing any of the charm of the original footage.
Chris Carle: Right now so, what scenes did they show did you see lot of light cycles.
Jim Vejvoda: Basically we see Sam has against pulled in to the master control program for the first time in the suite of introduction in to this world and then with out giving to much of way you do get to see his sort of interaction with Jeff Bridges character who has been back to how we looked in 1982.
Chris Carle: Right, I think we saw a little bit of that in the trailer already.
Jim Vejvoda: Yeah.
Chris Carle: And what are the trailer to bits where expanded on the footage?
Jim Vejvoda: What you see you definitely see more of the light cycle footage lot of the battle scenes stuff and you see the light Jeff for the first time which is very cool.
Chris Carle: Over all impression like how excited are you?
Jim Vejvoda: Very sweet, very cool it's going to be the big movie of this fall and I think it might actually become the movie Comic-Con.