Pictured: Daft Punk enters the world of 'Tron:Legacy' in this newly released image from Disney.

If you can manage to stop fantasizing about Olivia Wilde in a skin-tight cat suit or the Tron-a-Sutra for a few moments, you might remember that 'Tron: Legacy's' soundtrack is kind of a big deal for electro musicians Daft Punk. Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter haven't released a full-length album since 2005's 'Human After All.' The duo will be scoring the 'Tron: Legacy' soundtrack -- Disney's long awaited sequel to the 1982 fan favorite. It was just announced that the release date for the soundtrack has been pushed back to December 7. Don't fret though, Disney wants to make up for it by sharing a twenty second clip from the soundtrack (listen below), as well as 90 seconds from the track "The Game Has Changed" over on their official Facebook page. And don't forget about the glow-happy poster, which will be included with pre-orders of the soundtrack (check out a partial image of the poster below).

Daft Punk will also be appearing in the film, which sees the return of Jeff Bridges as Kevin Flynn who has been trapped in the Tron universe for 20 years manages to get a signal out to his son (Garrett Hedlund). Hedlund is pulled into the world and must save his father and escape back to reality -- no easy feat since Kevin's virtual world has become far more advanced over the past two decades.
'Tron: Legacy' is scheduled for a December 17th release date, but Disney isn't planning to leave fans in the dark between now and then. The studio will release new videos, artwork, and other assorted goodies every Tuesday from now until the film lands on the big screen – and is promising a 20-minute sneak peak of the film at IMAX 3D theaters on October 28th (go request your tickets for that now). Start lining up for that screening now as it's sure to be one of the biggest events of the fall movie season.

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TRON: Legacy
PG 2010
Based on 40 critics

Sam (Garrett Hedlund), son of Kevin Flynn (Jeff Bridges),finds himself in his father's cyberworld. Read More

PG 1982
In Theaters on July 9th, 1982

A video-game designer (Jeff Bridges) becomes part of an evil superuser's software inside a computer. Read More

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