Tron Legacy trailers create a commotion at Miami area movie theaters
Miami arcade gamers and moviegoers are anxiously awaiting the release of the new 3D science fiction flick Tron Legacy (2010), a movie sequel to the cult-classic Tron (1982). Hordes of local film fans and gaming nerds are taking pictures in front of the cardboard displays for Tron Legacy, a movie starring the Academy Award-winning American actor Jeff Bridges. You can clearly see the excitement for the movie at the Shops at Sunset Place shopping center located in South Miami. A large and comfortable AMC multiplex with 24 theaters is conveniently located inside the spacious shopping center, and Tron Legacy will be shown in Disney Digital 3D, IMAX 3D and RealD Cinema 3D formats at this theater. Moviegoers at AMC Sunset Place 24 applaud and shout in excitement every time the Tron Legacy trailers are shown. The spectators’ euphoria is especially evident when viewing the visually arresting 3D versions of the previews. Anyone who isn’t excited about this film hasn’t seen the jaw-dropping trailers for Tron Legacy, that’s for sure.
The classic Tron video arcade game will feature a prominent role in Tron Legacy (2010)
Miami video gamers are excited about Tron Legacy for one specific reason. They are excited because the movie trailers depict the video arcade game classic Tron as having a prominent role in the upcoming film’s plot. Tron is a 1982 Bally Midway coin-operated arcade video game that has a huge cult following in Miami and around the world. The video arcade game is based on the original Tron (1982) movie and consists of four sub-games. The main character in Tron Legacy, Sam Flynn, is sucked into the virtual 3D world through the classic arcade game’s screen. All in all, Miami arcade players and cinema watchers are nervously biting their nails waiting to see the new Tron Legacy (2010) in splendorous 3D. Don’t miss it, December 12, 2010!
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