The 37th Annual Saturn Awards were held last night. The Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films honored the best in film, television, special effects and more. Inception was the big winner of the night, taking home five awards including Best Science Fiction Film. Other winners in the top categories include Fringe for Best Network Series, Breaking Bad for best Cable Series, Let Me In for Best Horror Film, Alice in Wonderland for Best Fantasy Film and Salt for Best Action/Adventure Film.
Hit the jump to see the full list of winners, and don’t forget to check out Collider’s interviews from the red carpet at the event. We spoke with Brandon Routh, Fringe’s Lance Reddick, and producer Dean Devlin.
Disney has released a new TRON: Legacy featurette, this time focusing on the vehicles in the new movie. Since you probably haven’t been able to avoid the marketing for the film, then you’re probably aware that not only will the sequel feature the classic light cycle, but also cars and jets as well. The new featurette talks about how they approached creating the new vehicles by bringing in production designer Darren Gilford, who has a background in automobile design.
Hit the jump to check out the featurette. Directed by Joseph Kosinski, the film stars Garrett Hedlund, Olivia Wilde, and Jeff Bridges. TRON: Legacy opens in 3D on December 17th.
If you’re looking forward to Tron Legacy, today is a great day. That’s because Disney is finally letting me post some of the on set interviews I did in Vancouver last June when Tron was in the middle of production. While movie studios usually make you wait until a film is very close to release before they’ll let you post on set interviews, Disney has set it up so every few months I’ll be posting new Tron Legacy stuff. It’s a unique plan that’s awesome for everyone.
As you might imagine, getting to ask Jeff Bridges questions on the set of a Tron movie was a real thrill and something I’ll never forget. I grew up loving the original Tron and when Disney announced they were making a sequel, I pretty much freaked out. Thankfully, now that the embargo has lifted, I can tell you everything I saw on set made me believe the sequel to Tron is going to be amazing and a film everyone will be talking about this December.
While Bridges was quite guarded with his answers, if you’re a fan of Tron, this is a must read interview as it’s JEFF BRIDGES TALKING ABOUT TRON LEGACY FOR 15 MINUTES! As always, you can either read the transcript or listen to the audio after the jump: