First Look at Daft Punk in TRON: LEGACY; Listen to “The Game Has Changed”

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Today is the first of ten “TRON Tuesdays” leading up to TRON: Legacy theatrical release.  With that in mind, Disney has released the first image of musicians Daft Punk, who not only did the soundtrack for the film but also make a cameo.  As expected, the duo fits right in with the aesthetic of the movie.  Fans can also listen to the first 90 seconds of the track “The Game Has Changed”, which you can listen to after the jump.  The soundtrack is available on December 7th.

Also, remember that free tickets for October 28th’s “TRON Night” are available today beginning at 1pm (EST).  As we previously reported, Disney will be showing off over twenty minutes of footage at the event.  Get your tickets by going here.

Hit the jump to check out the full image of Daft Punk.  Directed by Joseph Kosinski, TRON: Legacy stars Garrett Hedlund, Olivia Wilde, Michael Sheen, Bruce Boxleitner, and Jeff Bridges.  It opens in 3D on December 17th.

Click on the image to see it in high resolution.

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Here’s the official synopsis for TRON: Legacy:

TRON is a 3D high—tech adventure set in a digital world that’s unlike anything ever captured on the big screen. Sam Flynn (GARRETT HEDLUND), the tech—savvy 27—year—old son of Kevin Flynn (JEFF BRIDGES), looks into his father’s disappearance and finds himself pulled into the same world of fierce programs and gladiatorial games where his father has been living for 25 years. Along with Kevin’s loyal confidant (OLIVIA WILDE), father and son embark on a life—and—death journey across a visually—stunning cyber universe that has become far more advanced and exceedingly dangerous.

Here’s the first 90 seconds of “The Game Has Changed”:




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  • Jason Pollock

    The more Daft Punk content this movie reveals, the less excited I am.

    • Raptorsfan720

      fuck you

      • Jason Pollock

        You’re a handsome gentleman. What’s your name…?

  • MCP

    Nice look for them, really fits the aesthetics of the movie!
    Next 10 weeks are gonna be great!

    end of line

  • 198d

    Forget superheroes, I wanna be a super DJ for Halloween!

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  • Rbevanx

    Daft Punk are just talent.

    FACT.

  • Rbevanx

    Daft Punk are just talent.

    FACT.

  • Guest

    Perhaps this is just my lack of dance music knowledge, but I just don’t get all the hoopla about Daft Punk. Don’t get me wrong, I was nuts for Discovery, but Homework’s songs are long and repetetive (they find a good 10 second hook and just repeat it for 5 minutes with very little variation), and the more recent one who’s name I can’t remember was kinda the same way. But with only three major albums these guys are like legends… I don’t get it, do they do alot of live stuff over there in europe or something?

    Of course, none of this is commentary on this Tron stuff, I haven’t had the chance to listen yet but I’ll be sure to when I get off work.

    • colin

      so you’re nuts for Discovery but don’t understand why Daft Punk are amazing?

  • Anonymous

    This sounds more cinematic/epic compared to their mainstream music. I like.

  • http://www.buzzabit.com/aaron Aaron Sullivan

    I like it, but the approach is feeling very reminiscent of the Don Davis and Juno Reactor collaboration on the sequels to Matrix. Just enough to be slightly uncomfortable. I like it quite a bit, however, and I think there’s a unique aesthetic developing in the trailers when the imagery is combined with this music.

  • http://www.buzzabit.com/aaron Aaron Sullivan

    I like it, but the approach is feeling very reminiscent of the Don Davis and Juno Reactor collaboration on the sequels to Matrix. Just enough to be slightly uncomfortable. I like it quite a bit, however, and I think there’s a unique aesthetic developing in the trailers when the imagery is combined with this music.

  • Noble

    sounds like the inception soundtrack … I’m just saying!

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