Disney TRON: Legacy for Home Entertainment

The Walt Disney Studios has announced the release of its high-tech, action-packed adventure TRON: Legacy, available April 5th on multiple home entertainment platforms, including Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray, DVD, Digital Copy, Movie Download and On-Demand. 

Also making its Blu-ray debut on April 5th is TRON: The Original Classic Special Edition.

TRON: Legacy provides consumers with the Hi-Def Blu-ray experience with 1080p visuals and 7.1 surround sounds that bring to life the world of TRON. 

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Taking you further behind the grid, are also in-depth bonus features on the making of the film (i.e., creating the futuristic vehicles and world of TRON, storyline mythologies, actors/characters and more) and the all-new Disney Second Screen interactive experience.

Disney Second Screen transforms the movie watching experience by allowing viewers to explore the story behind the film synched on a second device, like an iPad or laptop, without interrupting their enjoyment of the movie.

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By accessing the Disney Second Screen companion application on their Internet-connected device, consumers are able to dive deeper into the film by engaging with elements including 360-degree vehicle turnarounds, interactive progression reels, and more.

Disney Second Screen directions and access codes can be found inside the Blu-ray Disc packaging. Audio synching is powered by TVPLUS.

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The original motion picture score for TRON: Legacy, released by Walt Disney Records on Dec. 7, 2010, was composed and produced by the Grammy Award-winning French duo Daft Punk.

The album peaked at No. 4 on The Billboard 200 and was the highest charting score soundtrack in over a decade.

Walt Disney Records will be releasing TRON: Legacy RECONFIGURED, an album featuring 14 remixes of the original motion picture score on April 5th.

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