Tron Evolution Is Guided By Tron Legacy Movie Talent

IMMERSION INTO TRON: EVOLUTION VIDEO GAME GRID TO BE GUIDED BY ‘TRON: LEGACY’ FILM TALENT

Olivia Wilde Stars as ‘TRON: Legacy’ Character Quorra in Upcoming Video Game

Film and TV star Olivia Wilde and the actor who portrayed the original TRON character, Bruce Boxleitner, will headline the voice cast for the upcoming video game, TRON: Evolution, in addition to appearing in the highly anticipated December film, “TRON: Legacy.”  Wilde, who plays Quorra, Kevin Flynn’s confidant in the “TRON: Legacy” film; will also star as that character in the TRON: Evolution video games.

TRON: Evolution conveys the story of a series of seismic events within the TRON mythology that help shape the “TRON: Legacy” movie.  The game features an epic adventure across a massive digital grid filled with high-mobility disc-based combat and advanced light cycles. 

Joining Wilde and Boxleitner as voices in the TRON: Evolution video games will be Jensen Ackles (Gibson), James Frain, John Glover (Abraxas), Nolan North (Behemoth, Sentries and Blaze), Kari Wahlgren (Radia), Robin Atkin Downes (Kalev), Terrence A. Carson (Calchas), and Fred Tatasciore (Kevin Flynn, Clu and Bosh).  Diane Michelle, Yuri Lowenthal, and Laura Bailey also provide voice audio for the game.

“Quorra is a strong memorable character in the film and the opportunity to represent her in the video game was really important to assure consistency for telling her story,” said Olivia Wilde.  “Being in both ‘TRON: Legacy’ and the TRON: Evolution video games is incredible.”

Boxleitner is synonymous with the TRON franchise among fans with his pivotal roles in both the original “TRON” film and now “TRON: Legacy.”

“The voice cast from the film lends authenticity to the experience as they’re telling their characters’ stories after having spent months acting as those characters in the film,” said Darren Hedges, game director, Propaganda Games.  “We developed a great relationship with both the talent and the filmmakers throughout their shoot in Vancouver and the experience players will get throughout the game provides a solid back story leading into the ‘TRON: Legacy’ film.”

TRON: Evolution and TRON: Evolution – Battle Grids will be available on 26th November 2010 for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system, PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system, Wii™ home console, Games for Windows – LIVE, Nintendo DS™, and PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) system.  In addition, TRON: Evolution – Battle Grids for Wii will include competitive four-player mini games for the entire family.

Disney Mobile’s TRON app (www.itunes.com/app/tron) for the iPhone® and iPod® touch is free to download and features an all-new version of the classic Tanks game from the TRON arcade game. The app also features “TRON: Legacy” trailers, pre-sale order information for the TRON: Evolution game, and it will be updated as the premiere of the “TRON: Legacy” film in December draws closer with additional video, music, and free and premium games.

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