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By TK | Industry | March 5, 2009 |

I suppose I should clarify — I’m still highly skeptical of the Tron sequel. I have a bit of a soft spot for the first one… it’s a one of a kind movie, a perfect example of time and place. The acting is decent, the story is pretty intriguing and the effects are wholly unique — both then and now. The director, Joseph Kosinski, has exactly zero films under his belt — though he certainly has the right kind of visual flair, as evidenced by some of the commercial work he’s done.

daft-punk.jpgBut the good news is that it’s being scored by none other than Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter, otherwise known as the techno phenomenon Daft Punk. This is outstanding news, and I confess I’ll see it just to hear their music and see how it’s incorporated. In many ways, a movie like this is the perfect vehicle for them, since as we mentioned earlier in the week, most of their videos are animated anyway. Speaking of which:

Two Daft Punk videos in one week!

Worship me as your god.

Buy It, Use It, Break It, Fix It,

Finally, News The Doesn't Make Me Want To Kill / TK

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