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Tron: Legacy Daft Punk, Disney, 6th December

Daft Punk are best known for the thumping, futuristic anthems which brought dance music back into the mainstream. Almost as famous are their dazzling robot helmets. For at least a decade, no one save their closest associates has been allowed to lift the visors. Their refusal to suffer television appearances or interviews has made these Grammy-winning Frenchmen into something of an enigma, a marketing ploy rarely contemplated in these bare-all times. (Though if you Google Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, pre-helmet photos appear.)

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