Update: This giveaway concluded on Dec. 18, 2010. Thanks to all who participated!
Greetings, computer-savvy moviegoers! To welcome you to the Troniverse and hype you up for Tron: Legacy, which hits theaters Friday, Dec. 17, we're giving away $50 in Fandango Bucks to five lucky winners. You can check out our exclusive limited edition Tron designs, one of which features Jeff Bridges looking at himself—about 30 years younger!
Technology these days allows actors to play any age—a real treat for Bridges, who revisits the cyber world he left 28 years ago when the original Tron opened. To enter our giveaway, post a comment to this blog post [one comment per entrant, please] with your answer to the following question: If you could revisit any age, how old would you choose to be and why? While you're pondering the possibilities, check out what's happening on The Grid via our Tron: Legacy Guide. Enter one comment from now until 11:59 p.m. PST, on Dec. 17, 2010, and we’ll randomly select five winners to receive free Fandango Bucks!
Tron 2, Jeff Bridges
I would want to be 25, I would qualify for a lower auto insurance and be young enough for anything I wanted to do.
I'd go back to 18, and create Fandango.com!
I would choose to be 12 because thats the age you can still enjoy being a kid with some of the purks of being almost a teenager.
3 weeks after i turned 16, the time when i lost my father! i would love him and tell him that i always love him in this life and the afterlife! RIP father!
I would go back to when I was 5 years old in kindergarten, where I could have nap time, play recess, and be a kid again.
Twenty-something. I was on top of the world, healthy, good job, friends, family, fun, with few worries or responsibilities.
Hope I'm chosen as one of the winners for 'Fandango Bucks Giveaway'! Happy Holidays!
WOOHOOO Tron! Can't wait to see it!
i would go back to age 6, just starting to school...
If I could be 30 again.I was in love,working,in good health and living well.
i would choose to revist 9 because i remember that being a fun age wih not alot of wories and when i was 9 saturday morning cartoons were still good
I would go back to when life was simple and I believed in Santa until my older brother told me I was too old at age 7 to believe. I still believe in my heart!
Classic!! Who's buying the popcorn?
Hmmm. That would depend on if I was coming back! If not, I'd probably do most of it over, so many life decisions I'd love to redo. Otherwise, I would "discover" some things about my chosen career path MUCH sooner - like in High School....
I would want to go to my senior years, so that I would be able to look over the events of my life.
I would return to high school graduation. It's mid ceremony. The stage is set for a "Mahogany" instrumental. I'm on piano. However the orchestra is never called to the stage. We didn't know what we were missing.
i would be sixteen again so that way i could restart and see where my life would be now had i made different choices
I would revisit two years ago. I would be 38. I would realize that the growinig pains in my daughters legs weren't growing pains but bone tumors. It would have saved the family a lot of sleep and my daughter a lot of pain. The one good thing that came out of it was that we met many friends at the ronald Mcdonald house going through similar issues. I would really like to get out and see a movie....It would get my daughters mind off all the pain she is having, I wish I could go back just two years!!!! She is now missing half her tibia bone. I just want to go back two years for the life of a little girl.
16, in my sophomore year of Hugh school. Back in 1986. What a time it was.
I would love to be 6 years old, so I could see my Father while he was alive.
In assuming that we retain the knowledge we currently have I would revisit the age of 12 where I would apply more attention to my studies. I didn't know what path I wanted to take as far as careers were concerned until I was 22 (3 years ago) and so I flittered from 'flower to flower' or major to major like a mad hummingbird but with the knowledge of today I could avoid doing that and wasting time and money.
9 or 10. It was fun to celebrate the holidays and to eat candy with the relatives.
"Welcome to the party, pal."
"I am serious... and don't call me Shirley."
"When am I gonna learn how to punch?"
"These go to eleven."
"Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face & neck?"
"Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming."
"You're gonna need a bigger boat."
"Jessica's got cable."
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