New Posters For ‘Tron Legacy’ & ‘Devil’

Published 5 years ago by , Updated June 27th, 2013 at 6:12 pm,

New Tron Legacy Devil Posters New Posters For Tron Legacy & Devil

Jeff Bridges has never looked as suave as he does in the new international poster for his 3D sci-fi sequel, Tron Legacy;  the same goes for the curiously religious elevator on display in the latest one-sheet for the horror flick, Devil.

Disney put on another good show at the 2010 Comic-Con in promotion of their upcoming Tron Legacy, which should be quite the visual extravaganza in 3D and IMAX 3D.  Director Joseph Kosinski will helm the pic, which will see Jeff Bridges reprise his role as Kevin Flynn from the original 1982 Tron movie.

Joining Bridges will be Garrett Hedlund as Kevin’s technologically-capable son, Sam, andl House M.D. star Olivia Wilde – who, as those that follow her on Twitter know, is currently off romping around in a bikini on the set of Cowboys & Aliens.

Bridges stands against the stormy backdrop of the blue-tinted world of Tron in the aforementioned Legacy poster.  With his dark cloak and light disc in hand, the esteemed actor looks ready for battle – or maybe that is just a casual look for him.  He is “The Dude,” after all.

Check out the international poster below:

Tron Legacy International Poster New Posters For Tron Legacy & Devil

The decision to skip an aerobic workout on the stairs by taking the elevator up to work has never turned out as badly as it does for the characters in Devil, a horror flick from director John Erick Dowdle (Quarantine) that premieres in theaters next month.

This low-budget feature revolves around five people – all played by no-name actors – trapped in a stalled elevator, who slowly begin to realize that one of their number is none other than the Devil him/herself.  Expect lots of “jump” scares and gore to ensue within the claustrophobic confines of the setting.

Now there is a new poster for the film, which contains a few not-so-subtle visual references to the Bible and ol’ Satan as well.  No, that is not a cheap M. Night Shyamalan joke either – though it seems that every time the Devil trailer is shown in a theater, someone in the audience starts chuckling when his name pops up (he wrote the screen story, see).

See below for the new Devil one-sheet:

New Devil movie poster New Posters For Tron Legacy & Devil

Devil will arrive in regular theaters in the U.S. on September 17th, 2010.

Tron Legacy will be shown on 2D, 3D, and IMAX 3D screens in the U.S. beginning December 17th, 2010.

Source: Walt Disney Pictures (via Kino Gallery) , Universal (via Empire)

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  1. The lighting to form that cross is pretty clever. Hopefully this could be somewhat of a redemption for Shaymalans story telling abilities.(In other words: as long as someone else with talent tells his tale for him we will all be ok.)

  2. yea that Devil poster is pretty cool, i liked the trailer too. hopefully this movie gets M Night back into audience’s good graces. the plot of Devil alone has got me anxious to go see it.

  3. I’m digging the Tron poster

  4. Wow…love that devil poster!!!!

  5. TRON, looks amazing,,,,!!!!

    My next theatrical film event!!!
    I’m going to watch the original again/first then see the new film! Can’t wait!!!

  6. The “Devil” poster made me cackle. I’m spurting Monster energy drink out of my nose. Oh, oh oh, the upside-down cross, symbol of the devil on EVERY death metal garage band home-burned CD cover. It’s the t-shirt that got kids sent home in high school to change into something “appropriate”. Ah, the upside-down cross, pegging 13-year-olds as troublemakers and giving tattoo artists a convenient way to permanently tag 40-year-old imbeciles as “rebels.” Know what other hardcore, arm-cutting psychopathic, Rob-Zombie-listening, black-clad goth rock monster uses the upside-down cross as the symbol of his ultraviolent awesomeness and socially acceptable rebellion?

    The pope.

    Wait — what?

    The effing pope. Google that. Look for a picture of the pope on his pope chair, that wicked cool throne they drag out when he’s blessing motorcycles or stealing babies’ souls or whatever popes do when they’re not condemning gay folks to the eternal fires for thinking they’re normal people. See the massive inverted cross? It ain’t there because the impresario of huge chairs had a few dent-and-scratches to unload from the pope throne warehouse. It’s there because the inverted cross is one of the holiest symbols in the Catholic church. It’s the symbol of St. Peter, the first Holy Father, who refused to be crucified right-side-up because he felt he wasn’t worthy to be executed in the same manner as Jesus.

    The upside-down cross: the best way to show deference to Christ, coming to a Slayer album and dumb, misguided movie poster near you.

  7. I think the DEVIL poster is quite creative, employing various inages (some very subtly like the red color for the elevators DOWN button).

  8. Devil sounds intriguing lol.

    I love Satan.

  9. I like the posters, but am ambivalent towards anything dealing with M. Night Sham-a-lot. Also, the number 6 on the elevator denotes the imperfect number of satan (7 being the perfect number of God); I guess you can’t have a 666 floor :-) . I’m definitely seeing Tron but on the fence about Devil.

  10. I don’t support the devil so I won’t be seeing that. :-)