Tron: Legacy

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Jeffrey Nordling stars as Richard Mackey, the chairman of ENCOM's executive board, and Cillian Murphy makes an uncredited appearance as Edward Dillinger, Jr., the head of ENCOM's software design team and the son of former ENCOM Senior Executive Ed Dillinger portrayed by David Warner in the original film. Serinda Swan, Yaya DaCosta, and Elizabeth Mathis also appear as Sirens. Daft Punk, who composed the score for the film, cameo as disc jockey programs at Castor's End of Line Club, and Tron creator Steven Lisberger makes an appearance as Shaddix, a bartender in the End of Line Club.

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The 2010s has seen new entries in several classic science fiction franchises, including Predators (2010), Tron: Legacy (2010), a resurgence of the Star Wars series, and entries into the Planet of the Apes and Godzilla franchises.

Tron (franchise)

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In the TRON film, TRON became a character who worked in programs to defeat evil elements trying to subvert the program. Tron is a 1982 American action science fiction film by Walt Disney Pictures. It stars Jeff Bridges as Kevin Flynn, Bruce Boxleitner as Tron and his User Alan Bradley, Cindy Morgan as Yori and Dr. Lora Baines, and Dan Shor as Ram. David Warner plays all three main antagonists: the program Sark, his User Ed Dillinger, and the voice of the Master Control Program. It was written and directed by Steven Lisberger. Tron has a distinctive visual style, as it was one of the first films from a major studio to use computer graphics extensively.

Tom Jones (1963 film)

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David Warner as Blifil (Warner's film debut). Joyce Redman as Mrs. Waters/Jenny Jones. James Cairncross as Parson Supple. Rachel Kempson as Bridget Allworthy. Peter Bull as Thwackum. Angela Baddeley as Mrs. Wilkins. George A. Cooper as Fitzpatrick. Jack Stewart as MacLachlan. Patsy Rowlands as Honour. John Moffatt as Square. Avis Bunnage as Innkeeper. Mark Dignam as Lieutenant. Michael Brennan as Jailer at Newgate. Lynn Redgrave as Susan. Redmond Phillips as Lawyer Dowling. Julian Glover as Northerton. Wins. Best Picture (Tony Richardson, producer). Best Director (Tony Richardson). Best Substantially Original Score (John Addison).

List of Tron characters

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Considered a master warrior, he uses two identity discs in combat and displays advanced acrobatic talent. The two-disc DVD edition of the original Tron revealed that in the late 1970s, Lisberger Studios had produced an early demo animation showing the character 'Tron' similarly armed with two "exploding discs", (see Tron Origins). Later in Tron: Legacy, it is revealed that Rinzler is a re-purposed form of the version update of Tron known as Tron 2.

William Shakespeare

Shakespeare signed his last will and testament on 25 March 1616; the following day, his new son-in-law, Thomas Quiney was found guilty of fathering an illegitimate son by Margaret Wheeler, who had died during childbirth. Thomas was ordered by the church court to do public penance, which would have caused much shame and embarrassment for the Shakespeare family. Shakespeare bequeathed the bulk of his large estate to his elder daughter Susanna under stipulations that she pass it down intact to "the first son of her body". The Quineys had three children, all of whom died without marrying.

C. S. Forester

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Cecil Louis Troughton Smith (27 August 1899 – 2 April 1966), known by his pen name Cecil Scott "C. S." Forester, was an English novelist known for writing tales of naval warfare such as the 12-book Horatio Hornblower series, depicting a Royal Navy officer during the Napoleonic wars. Two of the Hornblower books, A Ship of the Line and Flying Colours, were jointly awarded the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for fiction in 1938. His other works include The African Queen (1935; filmed in 1951 by John Huston).

The Secret of NIMH

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During the film's production, Aurora contacted Wham-O, the manufacturers of Frisbee flying discs, with concerns about possible trademark infringements if the "Mrs. Frisby" name in O'Brien's original book was used in the movie. Wham-O rejected Aurora's request for waiver to use the same-sounding name to their "Frisbee", in the movie. Aurora informed Bluth & company that Mrs. Frisby's name would have to be altered. By then, the voice work had already been recorded for the film, so the name change to "Mrs.

List of science fiction films of the 1980s

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A list of science fiction films released in the 1980s. These films include core elements of science fiction, but can cross into other genres. They have been released to a cinema audience by the commercial film industry and are widely distributed with reviews by reputable critics.

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Tron, directed by Steven Lisberger, starring Jeff Bridges, Bruce Boxleitner, David Warner, Cindy Morgan. The Trout (La Truite), directed by Joseph Losey, starring Isabelle Huppert, Jean-Pierre Cassel, Jeanne Moreau – (France). Turkey Shoot, starring Steve Railsback and Olivia Hussey – (Australia). The Verdict, directed by Sidney Lumet, starring Paul Newman, Charlotte Rampling, James Mason, Jack Warden, Milo O'Shea. Veronika Voss, directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder, starring Rosel Zech – (West Germany) – Golden Bear award winner. Vice Squad, starring Season Hubley and Wings Hauser.

Noel Fielding's Luxury Comedy

Brian Eno Frisbee (Series 1), Brian Eno in Frisbee form. Helen Daniels (Series 1), a hedgehog with a screwdriver that clogs The Audience's stomach gears, and gets imprisoned in a potato waffle cage by Doo Cloth. Doo Cloth (Series 1), Doo Rag's friend that traps Helen Daniels in a potato waffle cage. Burnt Sausage (Series 1) (played by Joey Page), the burnt sausage that sets fire to the show in the last episode of Series 1. Tutankhamun (Series 1), this character was not seen in the televised episodes but appeared in the Outtakes of Series 1. Paul Panfer (Series 2), a blue surfing Panther that is an internet sensation. Terry (Series 2) (played by Steve Oram), the only Luxury Comedy viewer.

List of fictional games

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Blitz – a futuristic, full-contact extreme sport hybrid of hockey and basketball played with a flying disc from the 2002 video game Deathrow. Blitzball - Final Fantasy X, a soccer-like game played in a massive sphere of water, also a game created by Phineas in the novel A Separate Peace. Blood Bowl - a fictional form of football from the tabletop wargame of the same name. Brockian Ultra-Cricket - The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, a strangely-violent field sport that involves people "hitting each other with sticks and then running away for no readily-apparent reason", the result of a race memory of a war with an ancient and evil alien race thousands of years ago.

Cillian Murphy

., son of original Tron antagonist Ed Dillinger (David Warner) in Tron: Legacy. In 2011, Murphy performed in the stage monodrama Misterman, written and directed by Enda Walsh, whom Murphy previously worked with on Disco Pigs. The production was initially put on in Galway and was then taken to St. Ann's Warehouse in Brooklyn, New York City. Murphy commented of the role, "The live nature of it makes it so dangerous. You're only there because of the good will of the audience, and that's compounded by its being a one-man show". His performance earned critical acclaim, garnering Irish Times Theatre Award and a Drama Desk Award.

Ebertfest: Roger Ebert's Film Festival

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Roger Ebert's Film Festival, originally known as Roger Ebert's Overlooked Film Festival but commonly referred to as simply Ebertfest, is an annual film festival held every April in Champaign, Illinois, United States, organized by the College of Media at the University of Illinois. Roger Ebert, the TV and Chicago Sun-Times film critic, was a native of the adjoining town of Urbana, Illinois and is an alumnus of the University. Founded in 1999, this event is the only long-running film festival created by a critic. Despite Ebert’s death in 2013, the festival continues to operate based on Ebert’s notes and vision for the kinds of films he championed.

The Omen

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The film stars Gregory Peck, Lee Remick, David Warner, Harvey Spencer Stephens, Billie Whitelaw, Patrick Troughton, Martin Benson, and Leo McKern. The first installment of The Omen franchise, The Omen concerns a young child replaced at birth by American Ambassador Robert Thorn (Peck) unbeknownst to his wife (Remick), after their own son was murdered at the hospital, enabling the son of Satan to grow up with wealth and power. They are surrounded by mysterious and ominous deaths, unaware that the child, Damien, is the Antichrist.

Steven Lisberger

They then turned their creative efforts to the development of Tron at Disney. It was released in 1982. His film Hot Pursuit (1987) is one of Ben Stiller's first speaking roles. He was hired as director for Slipstream in 1989, but the film did not do well. Lisberger spent most of the 1990s and 2000s writing screenplays with several being optioned by various studios. In 2007 it was announced that he and Jessica Chobot were working together on a film project called Soul Code, but it got lost in development hell. He tried for years to get a sequel to Tron developed. This effort led to Disney greenlighting Tron: Legacy, for which Lisberger served as producer.

Cindy Morgan

She also voiced Ma3a in Buena Vista Interactive's PC game Tron 2.0 in 2003. * Moviefone Cindy Morgan Interview

Cross of Iron

David Warner as Hauptmann Kiesel. Klaus Löwitsch as Unteroffizier. Krüger. Vadim Glowna as Schütze Kern. Roger Fritz as Leutnant Triebig. Dieter Schidor as Schütze Anselm. Burkhard Driest as Schütze Maag. Fred Stillkrauth as Obergefreiter Karl "Schnurrbart" Reisenauer. Michael Nowka as Schütze Dietz. Véronique Vendell as Marga. Arthur Brauss as Schütze Zoll. Senta Berger as Eva. Igor Galo as Leutnant Meyer. Slavko Štimac as Russian Boy. Demeter Bitenc as Capt. Pucher. Vladan Živković as Wolf. Bata Kameni as Gefreiter Joseph Keppler. Hermina Pipinić as Russian Major.

Time After Time (1979 film)

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David Warner as John Leslie Stevenson/Jack the Ripper. Mary Steenburgen as Amy Robbins. Charles Cioffi as Police Lt. Mitchell. Kent Williams as assistant. Patti D'Arbanville as Shirley. Joseph Maher as Adams.

Jeff Bridges

His other films include Tron (1982), Jagged Edge (1985), The Fabulous Baker Boys (1989), The Fisher King (1991), Fearless (1993), The Big Lebowski (1998), Seabiscuit (2003), Iron Man (2008), Tron: Legacy (2010), and The Giver (2014). Jeffrey Leon Bridges was born on December 4, 1949, in Los Angeles, California. He is the son of actor Lloyd Bridges (1913–1998) and actress and writer Dorothy Bridges (née Simpson; 1915–2009). His older brother Beau Bridges is also an actor. He has a younger sister Lucinda, and had another brother named Garrett who died of sudden infant death syndrome in 1948. His maternal grandfather was an immigrant from Liverpool in England.

The Ballad of Cable Hogue

The Ballad of Cable Hogue is a 1970 American Technicolor Western film directed by Sam Peckinpah and starring Jason Robards, Stella Stevens and David Warner. Set in the Arizona desert during a period when the frontier was closing, the film follows three years in the life of a failed prospector. While unmistakably a Western, the movie is unconventional for the genre and for the director. It contains only a few brief scenes of violence and gunplay, relying more on a subtly crafted story that could better be characterized as comedic in nature. Cable Hogue is isolated in the desert, awaiting his partners, Taggart and Bowen, who are scouting for water.

Bruce Boxleitner

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Boxleitner also lends his voice to the animated version of his iconic character Tron in the animated series Tron: Uprising. The series premiered on Disney XD on June 7, 2012. He also reprises the character Alan Bradley/Tron from the films Tron and Tron: Legacy. From 2013-2015, he played Bob Beldon, the owner of the local bed and breakfast, in the Hallmark Channel series Cedar Cove. He has also appeared in several films, including Tron (in which he played the title role) and The Baltimore Bullet (1980) with James Coburn.

Holocaust (miniseries)

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Co-stars David Warner, Sam Wanamaker, Tovah Feldshuh, Fritz Weaver, and Rosemary Harris were all nominated for, but did not win, Emmys. However, Harris won a Golden Globe Award (for Best TV Actress - Drama) for her performance, as did Moriarty (for Best TV Actor - Drama). The series was watched by an estimated 120 million viewers in the US when first broadcast in 1978. In 1979, Holocaust was broadcast in West Germany and watched by an estimated 20 million people, then about one-third of the population.

Hitler's SS: Portrait in Evil

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Reinhard Heydrich (played by David Warner). Ernst Röhm (played by Michael Elphick). Heinrich Himmler (played by John Normington). Theodor Eicke (played by Derek Newark). Sepp Dietrich (played by Bernard Lloyd). Viktor Lutze (played by John Dicks).