Tron: LegacyAs Comic-Con gets underway in San Diego, today Disney released the second theatrical trailer for the highly anticipated 'Tron: Legacy,' which features Jeff Bridges looking decades younger -- exactly like he did in the original 1982 classic.

The new trailer repeats a few visuals and plot points from the first trailer, confirming what we already know: 'Tron: Legacy' focuses on Sam Flynn (Garrett Hedlund), the 27-year old son of programmer Kevin Flynn (Jeff Bridges), who mysteriously disappeared more than two decades ago. Flynn's old friend and business partner, Alan Bradley (Bruce Boxleitner), an ENCOM senior executive/consultant, contacts Sam about a message he's received via pager, supposedly from Sam's father. Sam enters Flynn's old arcade and, like his father 28 years earlier, he's digitized and enters Tron's virtual world of perpetual combat games.
As Comic-Con gets underway in San Diego, today Disney released the second theatrical trailer for the highly anticipated 'Tron: Legacy,' which features Jeff Bridges looking decades younger -- exactly like he did in the original 1982 classic.

The new trailer repeats a few visuals and plot points from the first trailer, confirming what we already know: 'Tron: Legacy' focuses on Sam Flynn (Garrett Hedlund), the 27-year old son of programmer Kevin Flynn (Jeff Bridges), who mysteriously disappeared more than two decades ago. Flynn's old friend and business partner, Alan Bradley (Bruce Boxleitner), an ENCOM senior executive/consultant, contacts Sam about a message he's received via pager, supposedly from Sam's father. Sam enters Flynn's old arcade and, like his father 28 years earlier, he's digitized and enters Tron's virtual world of perpetual combat games.

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The new trailer gives a glimpse at a new scene between a preteen Sam and his father (a de-aged Bridges), more scenes inside 'Tron's' virtual world, including Sam's first meeting with Clu 2.0, a new version of the program Sam's father created three decades ago to infiltrate 'Tron's' virtual world and combat the first film's antagonist, the Master Control Program. The second trailer seems to confirm Clu 2.0 as Tron: Legacy's villain. It also gives a few more lines of dialogue to Sam's romantic interest within the virtual world, Quorra (Olivia Wilde), more combat scenes, and finally, a brief glimpse of a a light-plane.

'Tron: Legacy' will be presented in Disney Digital 3-D and IMAX 3-D.

Here, without further delay, is the new trailer: