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Examples of "tron_uprising"
Ost_Beck_Suit.exe is young vehicle maintenance program and the main protagonist of Tron: Uprising. He is voiced by Elijah Wood.
General Ost_Tesler_Suit.exe is a command program who serves as one of Clu 2's generals and the main antagonist of Tron: Uprising. He is voiced by Lance Henriksen.
Tron: Uprising is an American animated science fiction television series, part of the "Tron" franchise, set between the movies "Tron" and "".
On May 9, 2013 it was announced that Disney had reached an agreement with Netflix wherein "Tron: Uprising" would appear on the streaming service, however it was removed one year later.
On January 14, 2013, producer Edward Kitsis responded to rumors of cancellation by stating, "I don't know what the future [of "Tron: Uprising"] is now. I know at the present, I can say we need more viewers." Disney XD moved the program in the broadcast schedule to Monday mornings at 12:00 AM Eastern until the first season episodes finished airing on January 28, 2013. After the last episode of the first season aired, no more episodes of "Tron: Uprising" have been produced, but Disney has not confirmed the cancellation of the series.
In March 2010, Disney announced that a TV series, entitled "Tron: Uprising", was in production. The premiere aired on June 7, 2012, on Disney XD. The series is thought to be cancelled after 19 episodes with the last episode airing on January 28, 2013.
In December 2010, it was announced that Elijah Wood, Bruce Boxleitner, Lance Henriksen, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Mandy Moore, Paul Reubens, Nate Corddry and Reginald VelJohnson would voice characters in a television series based on the "Tron" franchise, titled "Tron: Uprising". The series features an animation style that mixes 2D animation and CGI animation. The look of the series was inspired by "", "ThunderCats", and "Aeon Flux".
"Tron: Uprising takes place during the time period between the story lines of the two movies "Tron" (1982) and "" (2010). In the series, young program Beck becomes the leader of a revolution inside the computer world of The Grid, tasked with the mission of freeing his home and friends from the reign of Clu and his henchman, Gen. Tesler. To prepare for the challenge, Beck is trained by Tron - the greatest warrior The Grid has ever known - who mentors Beck as he grows beyond his youthful nature into a courageous and powerful leader. Destined to become the system's new protector, Beck adopts Tron's persona to battle the forces of evil."
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 Ost_Tron 2_Suit.exe. Though it appears in Legacy that Tron was defeated in the initial strike of Clu 2's coup, "Tron: Uprising" reveals that he initially escaped capture, at the cost of severe injury, and served as a mentor to the program Beck in inciting insurrection against Clu 2's new regime; it has yet to be shown at what point in the time between "Uprising" and "Legacy" that Tron was captured and repurposed. As Rinzler, he has several encounters with Sam Flynn throughout "Legacy", culminating in an aerial pursuit, during which he remembers his past identity and turns against Clu 2, who sends Rinzler plummeting into the Sea of Simulation. Rinzler's ultimate fate is left unknown, but as he sinks into the Sea, his red markings (indicating alliance to/control by Clu 2) fade to his original blue colors.
On June 7, 2011, it was reported that screenwriter David DiGilio ("Eight Below") had been hired to draft a script for the sequel to "Tron: Legacy". "Legacy" screenwriters Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis were initially slated to return, but were forced to drop out due to their ongoing work in developing the ABC television series "Once Upon a Time". It is currently unspecified whether or not "Legacy" director Joseph Kosinski will return to direct the sequel. On March 8, 2012, Bruce Boxleitner suggested that a sequel to "Tron: Legacy" could begin filming as early as 2014, after Kosinski finished his film "Oblivion." On June 4, 2012, Horowitz and Kitsis confirmed they were developing a sequel, and the character of Quorra would be returning for the film, as well as a cameo in "Tron: Uprising". On December 5, 2012, Jesse Wigutow was hired to rewrite the script for the film. This was later followed by the confirmation that Bruce Boxleitner and Garrett Hedlund would return for the third film.