Archive for December, 2010

GET FUTURISTIC TRON: LEGACY – FASHION, CLOTHES, MUSIC, EXCLUSIVE CLIPS

This is our ULTIMATE post about TRON: LEGACY influence of 2010 into 2011, where you can see exclusive new footage, interviews, videoclips, new photos, wallpapers, and hear Tron inspired music. LET’s GO:

Tron: Legacy – Clothing, Fashion, Jewlery From The Movie – Exclusive video interview about Tron Legacy, and how this movie inspire designers. Olivia Wilde is there.

The costume designers from Disney’s new futuristic movie Tron: Legacy show us the high-fashion, gritty look of the characters. Even the jewelry designer talks about the necklaces and rings and other pieces that were created specifically for the movie!

Watch interview with Tron: Legacy star Olivia Wilde:

About Tron: Legacy, exclusive interview with producers:

“TRON: Legacy” is a 3D high-tech adventure set in a digital world that’s unlike anything ever captured on the big screen. Sam Flynn (Garrett Hedlund), a rebellious 27-year-old, is haunted by the mysterious disappearance of his father Kevin Flynn (Jeff Bridges), a man once known as the world’s leading video-game developer. When Sam investigates a strange signal sent from the old Flynn’s Arcade—a signal that could only come from his father—he finds himself pulled into a digital world where Kevin has been trapped for 20 years. With the help of the fearless warrior Quorra (Olivia Wilde), father and son embark on a life-and-death escape across a visually stunning cyber universe.

“TRON: Legacy” is rated PG and opens in theaters on December 17, 2010 in Disney Digital 3D™, Real D 3D and IMAX® 3D.

Cast and Key Crew from Tron: Legacy
Jeff Bridges, Garrett Hedlund, Olivia Wilde, Michael Sheen, James Frain, Bruce Boxleitner, Beau Garrett, Yaya DaCosta, Anis Cheurfa; Joseph Kosinski (Director), Sean Bailey (Producer), Steven Lisberger (Producer), Jeffrey Silver (Producer), Donald Kushner (Executive Producer), Justin Springer (Co-Producer), Daft Punk (Original Music by), Jason Bentley (Music Supervisor)


AND AS TO MUSIC, here is UNOFFICIAL Tron: Legacy compilation:

PLEASE SUPPORT ARTISTS and BUY OFFICIAL SOUNDTRACK by DAFT PUNK

Awesome Tron: Evolution game play teaser:

AMAZING TRON WALLPAPERS, BILLBOARDS, PRINTS, PHOTOS, and BIG IMAGES (click on image and than right click, view image – to view BIG image):


CLICK to purchase Official Disney TRON: Legacy CLOTHES.

A few months ago, we showed you some of the toys, special videogame controllers, boots, and other merchandise that was on the way for TRON: Legacy.  But that was just a taste.  Disney has now revealed an onslaught of clothes, jewelry, and other fashion items for the upcoming film.  Designers include Adidas, Oakley, Hurley, New Era, Han Cholo, Roteneir, and more.  The items available range from simple t-shirts to $795 “Quorra Couture Platform Sandals” to a full motorcycle suit to my favorite item: “Clu Hobo Bag”.  It’s just a regular looking bag, but the official name for it is “Clu Hobo Bag”.  That’s why I must have it, $478 price tag be damned. Huge image gallery of TRON: Legacy related merchandise.  The film, directed by Joseph Kosinski, stars Garrett Hedlund, Olivia Wilde, Michael Sheen, Bruce Boxleitner, and Jeff Bridges.  TRON: Legacy opens in 3D on Decemeber 17th:

CLICK to purchase Official Disney TRON: Legacy CLOTHES.

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GET FUTURISTIC: RETRO FUTURISM (video, photo)

Collection of the most interesting RETRO futuristic videos from 1930’s – to 1970’s.

GET FUTURISTIC RUSSIAN TOP MODEL – VICTORIA BONYA

Victoria Bonya aka BONITA is one of Russian’s TOP photo models, and one of most demanded models, she even was named in top 50 Russian most beautiful woman by version of COMPLEX MAG.  Recently during her photo-shoot with producer Trendsetter aka Mark Holiday and famous Russian designer Leonid Romanov and photographer Artem Evseev she was rocking shades from the most revolutionary eye-wear designers like: Steven Casasblanka Strawder, Angela Burciaga, Holidizzle, Sergio Luka, Coco & Breezy.

Like most famous models Victoria performing as video vixen and actress. Her official TWITTER

in January 2011, you can see her at the cover of Russian Playboy:

VIA PEOPLE IN STYLE

GET FUTURISTIC STYLE for MEN (photos)

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In this slideshow you will see best examples of Futuristic style for men on such great examples as Futuristic Glam by Adam Lambert, Futuristic Street Style by Mark Holiday, Futuristic Fashion Show by VERSACE, Photoshoots from Futuristic Lingo, Trendsetter producer, Stevie Boi, Eugene Lepilov, Sergey Lazarev, Coco & Breezy, and some other.

GET FUTURISTIC LAST TRAIN TO PARIS by DIRTY MONEY

“Last Train to Paris by Diddy Dirty Money is great example of modern futuristic music. And I’m not surprised because this product comes from one the most influential taste-makers of NYC – Sean P-Diddy Combs and incredibly talented songwriters Dawn Richard and Kalenna Harper. Well, if you read this blog you wouldn’t be surprised aether, because in one of our previous exclusive interviews with Dawn Richard she told us about futuristic influence on her and her future releases. There is already second week after album being released worldwide, and if you don’t heard it yet, I strongly recommend to buy it asap! You need to stay in touch with trends and futuristic movement. This album is truly sophisticated, taste-making, and essentially fresh.” – by Mark Holiday aka Trendsetter.

This album was highly anticipated, And now we are extremely interested how trendy futuristic music is selling these days… According to our usual source Hits Daily Double, which builds albums sales chart and updated every 5 minutes Mondays and Tuesdays, before results gets to SoundScan, Diddy & Dirty Money’s “Last Train To Paris” album has sold 87,380 copies on its first week of release (#10 on the sales chart), which is FINAL of sales collected for his first week of release.

Here what Hip-Hop Wired wrote about it:

Diddy Dirty Money‘s highly publicized, Last Train To Paris pulled in 100,900 paying passengers in it’s first week, debuting at No. 7 on the Billboard 200 charts.

Diddy’s first album since 2006’s Press Play was only predicted to move 60,000-65,000 units by industry insider Hitsdailydouble.com

Michael Jackson also returned to the charts for the first time since his 2001, Invincible album.

According to Nielsen SoundScan, the singer’s posthumous release, Michael moved 228,200 records after a week in stores, landing at the No. 3 position. The collection of unfinished recordings, took the No. 1 slot in Germany, Italy, Netherlands and Sweden.

Pink Friday continues to produce; pushing an additional 97,500 CDs off the shelves over the last week, making Nicki Minaj‘s four-week total 658,400. Barbie comes in at No. 8 on the charts.

T.I.‘s latest disc, No Mercy moved another 69,400 in its second week (slipping form No. 2 to No. 21 on the chart), making his two week total equal 229,100.

Eminem received another boost in sales after fans purchased an additional 68,500 copies ofRecovery, landing him at the No. 22 spot. In 26-weeks, Em has sold 3,214,300 discs.

Kanye‘s latest opus, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy stands at the No. 23 slot moving 66,100 copies, making its total stand at 738,100.

Here is the http://concreteloop.com Story:

After much talk and several delays, Dirty Money delivers the futuristic love story on their much anticipated album,Last Train To Paris, which is in stores now.

Last Train To Paris is probably rap mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs’ first foray into the world of conceptual albums. With it being three years in the making, Combs describes the album as a vivid love story, following his character on a journey from London to Paris. Along with former Danity Kane star, Dawn Richard and singer/songwriter, Kalenna Harper (who’s characters are named Neon and Flux), Diddy finds the woman of his dreams, loses her, finds her again, only to lose her once more, and then reunite with her a final time. Some may have argued that such a task may have been a little ambitious for Combs, but Last Train To Parisflows almost seamlessly to tell the story.

At first, it may have been fair to say that Diddy was jumping on the bandwagon of the electronica, Europop and dance sound for his latest album, but judging from the material on the album, Combs really understands the groove and feeling of the sound. It sounds quite authentic, and rightfully so, with the myriad of the producers that appear on the album, including Rob Holladay, Swizz Beatz, Danja, Seven Aurelius, Polow Da Don and Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins, to name a few. Usually, when an album boasts so many producers, listeners can tend to get lost in the sauce, but the sounds fuse very well, which also deliberately showcases Diddy’s taste, which some may think comes into question a lot. It’s almost as if you can listen to the album track by track, without knowing when the song switches, until the mood does.

One might also argue that a distraction lies on the album with a conflict between Dawn and Kalenna being featured vocalists and the sixteen other featured artists on the album. But the honesty of the situation is, when listening to the album, you’re enjoying yourself way too much to even notice. The collaborations fit in strategically, and Kalenna and Dawn stay afloat as the supporting characters to Diddy’s protagonist. Besides, who could get mad at features from Grace Jones, Chris Brown, Lil’ Wayne, Notorious B.I.G., and Bilal? And that’s just where they begin.

The story is told effortlessly, but there are few moments on Last Train To Paris that shine brighter than others. The highest points lie on the tracks where the most emotions are displayed, be it in the vocal or the lyrics. Chris Brown and Diddy lay it on thick on“Yesterday,” where Chris croons, “Yesterday I fell in love/Today feels like my funeral/I just got hit by a bus/Shouldn’t have been so beautiful/Don’t know why I gave my heart, gave my trust, gave everything…” while the rapping Diddy cosigns by chanting, “I don’t comprehend how you can’t love, when it’s so easy to.”

Kalenna and Dawn have their crowning moments on the album too, with the blaring “Ass On the Floor,” the album’s next single, as well as Grace Jones-assisted “Yeah Yeah You Would”and the smooth, piano-driven, “I Hate That You Love Me.” Another moment on the album can be found in “Shades,” which feels like something stolen straight off of Prince’s B-Sides.

There’s no denying that Last Train To Paris delivered, despite the time it took to wait for it. It’s clear that after the success of the Keyshia Cole-featured “Last Night” from 2006′s Press Play, Diddy decided to stretch the feel into a whole album, and did so with much success. It’srefreshing to get a concept album in a genre that would usually conflict in, considering that more recently, we haven’t gotten to see as many sides and dimensions of hip hop and R&B.There’s most definitely something for everyone here. VIA CONCRETELOOP

Tracklisting from wikipedia:

Deluxe edition

[hide]Track listing
No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. “Intro” Gerber Guy Gerber 1:33
2. “Yeah Yeah You Would” (featuring Grace Jones) Combs, Hills, Richard]], Vick, Watson Danja 3:42
3. “I Hate That You Love Me” Combs, Daniels, Jerkins, Duggan, McCants, Watson Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins 3:55
4. “Ass On the Floor” (featuring Swizz Beatz) Combs, Dean, Richards, Vick, Watson Swizz Beatz 4:04
5. “Looking for Love” (featuring Usher) Jones, Lackey, Roberts J.Lack, Polow da Don (co.) 4:18
6. “Someone to Love Me” Duplessis, Watson Jerry “Wonder” Duplessis, Arden “Keyz” Altino (co.) 3:08
7. “Hate You Now” Combs, Hills, Richard, Vick Danja 4:10
8. “Yesterday” (featuring Chris Brown) Brown, Graham, Johnson, McCall, Winans Mario Winans 4:31
9. “Shades” (featuring Justin TimberlakeBilalLil Wayne,James Fauntleroy) D. Carter, Combs, Emile, Fauntleroy, Timberlake D’Mile 5:57
10. Angels” (featuring The Notorious B.I.G.Rick Ross) Angelletie, Broady, S. Carter, Combs, Fauntleroy, Lawrence, McDaniels, Myrick, Wallace, Whitefield, Winans Diddy, Mario Winans 5:11
11. “Your Love” (featuring Trey Songz) Boodram, Hollins, Jackson, Jones, Michel, Roberts Polow da Don 3:54
12. “Strobe Lights” (featuring Lil Wayne) D. Carter, Combs, Tim McEwan, Richard, Vest, Vick 7 Aurelius, DEEKAY (co.) 3:33
13. Hello Good Morning” (featuring T.I.) Araica, Butler, Harris, Hills Danja 4:27
14. “Last Night, p2.” Combs, Winans, Fauntleroy, Butler Mario Winans 3:52
15. “I Know” (featuring Chris BrownWiz Khalifa & Seven (of Richgirl) Boodram, Brown, Hollins, Hollywood Hotsauce, Michel, Thomas, Don Trip Awesome Jones, Hollywood Hotsauce 4:31
16. Loving You No More” (featuring Drake) Garrett, Graham, Richard, Snoddy, Winans Sean Garrett, Team S. Dot, Miykal Snoddy 4:05
17. “Change” Terius NashChristopher Stewart The-Dream, Tricky Stewart 4:43
18. Coming Home“” (featuring Skylar Grey) S. Carter, Cole, Grant, Grey Alex da Kid, Jay Z (co.) 3:59 

 


 

 


GET FUTURISTIC TRON SKATEBOARDING & TRON: LEGACY SKATEBOARD

Old-time skaters ENESS jumped at the chance to bring skateboarding into the future by blending interactivity and high-tech mastery for the Tron Legacy premiere.

Each rider is equipped with an ipod and our custom-built app to measure their air time and trigger graphics whilst in the air and on landing.

A custom ramp was fabricated from steel to support a floating platform.

The infamous ENESS skaters went sci-fi at the ‘Tron Legacy’ premiere. Looking at the video, if I were a skater, I would never pass up the opportunity to ride the ramps with amazingly cool light effects.

Made to look like a fantastical Tron world, the illuminated skate ramps are absolutely epic. Watch the video above to see the ENESS skaters take the premiere by storm with their sci-fi skateboarding – VIA TRENDHUNTER

Undoubtedly one of 2010’s most anticipated films, Disney’s TRON: Legacy finally hit cinemas earlier today. This video was created by Andrew Dorn from scenes captured at the premiere and is accompanied by music from Galapagoose. The event saw Will Hine, Harley Powell, Alexi Dowley and Jay Huggins skate up and down a small half pipe that was fitted with interactive lighting software, keeping in theme with the technologically advanced motion picture.

That was awesome, but how about  Freerider Skatecycle? It is an awesome product all on its own.  Combine that with what’s likely to be one of the biggest movies of the year and you get something epic: the Tron Skatecycle.

Created by Alon Karpman of Brooklyn Workshop, the custom-built skateboard is actually a Freerider, modded to sport the colors and lights of the movie’s signature Lightcycles.    The results are impressive, to say the least — enough to give modding-incapable Tron nerds some serious geek-envy.

If Alon was looking for a way to drum up interest in the Freerider (which is slated to ship end of January), this Tron-inspired mod definitely does it good.  The Tron Skatecycle is actually built in much the same way as his usual hubless two-wheeled self-propelling board — it has a solid aluminum frame and composite body parts, with 32 x 6.5 x 8.5-inch dimensions.  Of course, it sets itself apart by sporting a darker finish (to hide itself in the dark) and circles of light to get a similar look to the futuristic crotch rockets they ride in the movie.

With costumes, toys and full-sized motorcycles bearing the likeness of both the characters and the vehicles in the movie having come out already, we imagine the first-day screening of Tron Legacy to be downright nuts, with people likely donning their best merchandise on display.  That’s why I’m staying home on the 17th and waiting till next week to see it.    Yeah, I’m that guy who doesn’t enjoy your shameless geekery. Does that actually make a jealous closet geek? VIA COOLTHINGS

And here is closer view on GET FUTURISTIC footage of TRON LEGACY SKATEBOARDING: