The big bad in Tron: Legacy is Clu, a master program created in Kevin Flynn’s (Jeff Bridges) image to help oversee the expansion of the digital domain, but who has gone rogue and seized control of the Grid and its inhabitants. And, since every big bad needs assistance in carrying out their evil, nefarious plan, Clu has a main henchman and chief intelligence officer named Jarvis (James Frain), a program proficient in intelligence-gathering.
In this recent exclusive interview with Collider, actor James Frain talked about how surprised he was to see how much of the film he’s actually in, how much he enjoyed working with director Joseph Kosinski and that he would love to work with him again, how he wishes he could have kept Jarvis’ helmet to display in his own living room, and how playing the villain can be really fun. He also shared some details about what viewers can expect from the much-hyped NBC superhero drama The Cape (premiering on January 9, 2011), in which he plays the fun-loving billionaire Peter Fleming, who also happens to moonlight as the psychotic killer Chess. Check out what he had to say after the jump.
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