Light cycles will be jumping off the screen and into your laps in TR2N (I refuse to call it the rumored TRZ). Word has it that all of Tron 2 will be shot in 3-D. The latest technology allows filmmakers to shoot the movie wearing 3-D glasses, so they can view exactly what they want while they are making it — including a first person 3-D view of driving a light cycle. This also means goodbye to the silly parts in movies, where actors wave objects at the camera for the "special" 3D moments. [AICN]
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