Olivia Wilde, the Irish-American actress who stars in the forthcoming sci-fi action movie 'Tron Legacy', has been speaking about the making the big-budget film and particularly what it was like shooting the intense fight scenes, reports MTV News. Wilde plays the warrior 'Quorra' in the movie, which has cost $170 million to make and features a number of high-tech action scenes choreographed by the stunt team behind '300' and 'Iron Man 2'.
Discussing the more intense sequences, the 26-year-old actress said, "It's choreography we worked on for four months. They showed us the choreography, and Garrett and I looked at each other and were like, 'That's not going to happen! We're not going to be able to do that. That's crazy stuff". A scene towards the end of the film sees Wilde and co-star Garrett Hedlund involved in a mass brawl and the actress said, "When I saw the finished product of that scene, it's so intense and beautiful and heart-pounding". Wilde added that she was blown away after seeing the movie for the first time, saying, "I was slammed back up against my chair, just overwhelmed by how awesome this movie turned out to be".
'Tron Legacy', the sequel to the 1982 movie 'Tron', is set to hit cinemas on 17th December 2010. The movie has been directed by JOSEPH KOSINSKI and sees Jeff Bridges reprise his role as 'Kevin Flynn'.