TRON fans were up bright and early yesterday morning waiting in line to catch the TRON: Legacy panel at Comic-Con, and they did not walk out disappointed. Director Joe Kasinski presented eight minutes of the sequel in full 3D — mostly comprised of Sam Flynn (Garrett Hedlund), the son of Kevin Flynn (Jeff Bridges), being aggressively indoctrinated into the computer world, but it also showed a fantastic lightcycle scene (as well as some lightjets!) and a younger, 35-year-old version of Jeff Bridges in the movie that Bridges’ Flynn plays against. Before the panel, though Kosinski, Hedlund and Bridges joined co-stars Olivia Wilde and Michael Sheen, the original Tron himself Bruce Boxleitner and other filmmakers for a press conference. Sheen said it was “amazing” to watch Wilde in the futuristic suits that had electroluminescent lamps installed in them. It made Bridges and Boxleitner harken back to the day when “all we had was spandex and magic markers,” Boxleitner joked. In the early 1980s, Bridges said, “it seemed like we were filming it in 3D.” The new world of TRON is definitely a spectacular one, so click here to get a glimpse at the trailer the Comic-Con audience saw yesterday.