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Last seen on: The Washington Post Crossword – Sep 20 2018
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This article covers notable characters of the Tron franchise, including all of its various cinematic, literary, video game adaptations and sequels.
For the first film, Richard Rickitt explains that to “produce the characters who inhabit the computer world, actors were dressed in costumes that were covered in black-and-white computer circuitry designs….With coloured light shining through the white areas of their costumes, the resulting characters appeared to glow as if lit from within….optical processes were used to create all of the film’s computerized characters…” Frederick S. Clarke reported that Tron: Legacy would “combine live action with Computer-generated imagery (CGI),” adding that “several characters…will be completely digital…”
Kevin Flynn is a former employee at the fictional software company ENCOM and the protagonist of the first film. He is played by Jeff Bridges.
At the start of the first film, he is manager of “Flynn’s”, a video arcade where he impresses his patrons with his skills at games that (unknown to them) he designed at ENCOM, but remains determined to find evidence that CEO Ed Dillinger plagiarised Flynn’s work to advance his position within the company. Throughout most of the film, Flynn travels around the digital world, accompanying the eponymous character Tron; but later discovers that as a User, he commands the physical laws of the digital world which empowers him beyond the abilities of an ordinary program. Eventually, he enables Tron to destroy the Master Control Program shown to oppress the digital world, and upon return to the material world obtains the evidence necessary to expose Dillinger, and becomes ENCOM’s CEO himself.