An exploration into a dark cyber world that has never before been seen on the big screen, Tron 2 will introduce us to a strange universe of gladiatorial-style games controlled by devilish computer programs.
It may be a sequel to 1983's Tron, but almost nothing has stayed the same in Tron 2. The digital habitat has advanced dramatically over the past three decades - although 1,000 years have passed in Tron - and is home to highly advanced vehicles, weaponry and complex landscapes.
One character makes a return, however. Kevin Flynn, touted as one of the world's most exciting computer programming talents at ENCOM in the early 80s, remains trapped in universe of his own making in Tron 2.
He can't escape by himself. To do so he must rely on the help of his 27-year-old son Sam, played by Garrett Hedlund, who Flynn hasn't set eyes on since his disappearance in 1989.
Sam found his father after responding to a mysterious message sent to the now closed down Flynn's Arcade, and he is joined in his quest by Quorra, a fearless female warrior.
There is one ruthless villain who will stop at nothing to keep Flynn exactly where he is – you’ll have to wait for the Tron 2 film to find out who - but perhaps Sam's incredible determination will allow him and his father to return to the real world.