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Despite his father's history at ENCOM, he himself was employed and eventually rose to become head of the company's software design team. ENCOM CEO [[Richard Mackey]] appears to favor him, praising him and mentioning his father's history instead of [[Kevin Flynn]].
 
Despite his father's history at ENCOM, he himself was employed and eventually rose to become head of the company's software design team. ENCOM CEO [[Richard Mackey]] appears to favor him, praising him and mentioning his father's history instead of [[Kevin Flynn]].
   
On the eve of the launch of ENCOM OS 12, Edward was among the other ENCOM members of the board when [[Sam Flynn]] stole into the [[ENCOM Tower]] and hacked into ENCOM's servers. Edward was quick to see something was wrong when a movie clip of [[Marv|Flynn's dog]] began playing during a screen presentation, and was among the the first to react. Although he was the one who entered in the kill command to stop the clip from playing, he was unable to prevent the data leak, and retired off-screen after calmly suggesting that the pirate hack should be portrayed as an act of generosity from ENCOM to the public.
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On the eve of the launch of ENCOM OS 12, Edward was among the other ENCOM members of the board when [[Sam Flynn]] stole into the [[ENCOM Tower]] and hacked into ENCOM's servers. Edward was quick to see something was wrong when a movie clip of [[Marv|Flynn's dog]] began playing during a screen presentation, and was among the first to react. Although he was the one who entered in the kill command to stop the clip from playing, he was unable to prevent the data leak, and retired off-screen after calmly suggesting that the pirate hack should be portrayed as an act of generosity from ENCOM to the public.
   
 
He is later mentioned in [[TRON: The Next Day]] when [[Roy Kleinberg]] asked [[Alan Bradley]] about whether they should keep him in the company. Alan says he will stay, having earned his place.
 
He is later mentioned in [[TRON: The Next Day]] when [[Roy Kleinberg]] asked [[Alan Bradley]] about whether they should keep him in the company. Alan says he will stay, having earned his place.
   
 
==Behind the Scenes==
 
==Behind the Scenes==
*Edward Dillinger, Jr. is portrayed in ''[[TRON: Legacy]]'' by Irish actor [[Cillian Murphy]] in an uncredited role. It is rumoured that he may return for the [[TRON: 3.0|third TRON film]]. [[Bruce Boxleitner]] has hinted at that, saying during an interview, "Let's just say... Cillian Murphy doesn't do cameos." A teaser scene featuring Dillinger Jr., and a second ambiguous character has been produced together with ''[[TRON: The Next Day]]'' and is an "easter egg" on the US Blu-Ray release of ''TRON: Legacy.'' The second ambigious character (with the username MCTRL_751) is either [[Ed Dillinger, Sr.]] or a new version of the [[Master Control Program]]. The former is probably more likely to be true, as Dillinger Jr. refers to the ambigious character as "Dad".
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*Edward Dillinger, Jr. is portrayed in ''[[TRON: Legacy]]'' by Irish actor [[Cillian Murphy]] in an uncredited role. It is rumoured that he may return for the [[TRON: 3.0|third TRON film]]. [[Bruce Boxleitner]] has hinted at that, saying during an interview, "Let's just say... Cillian Murphy doesn't do cameos."
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*A teaser scene featuring Dillinger Jr., and a second ambiguous character has been produced together with ''[[TRON: The Next Day]]'' and is an "easter egg" on the US Blu-ray release of ''TRON: Legacy.'' The second ambiguous character (with the username MCTRL_751) is either [[Ed Dillinger, Sr.]] or a new version of the [[Master Control Program]]. The former is probably more likely to be true, as Dillinger Jr. refers to the ambiguous character as "Dad".
 
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The idea of sharing our software, or giving it away for free disappeared with Kevin Flynn.
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Edward Dillinger, Jr.
Biographical information
UsernameEDJ_0431
StatusAlive
Physical description
GenderMale
Hair ColorBrown
Eye ColorBlue
Other information
FunctionsENCOM programmer and board member
AlliesRichard Mackey
Claire Atkinson
Out of universe information
ActorCillian Murphy
AppearancesTRON: Legacy
TRON: The Next Day (mentioned only)
Gallery


Edward Dillinger, Jr. is the son of the programmer and former ENCOM Senior Executive Ed Dillinger. In 2010, he is a board member at ENCOM, and has taken over the development of ENCOM OS 12, formerly known as Flynn OS.

BiographyEdit

Despite his father's history at ENCOM, he himself was employed and eventually rose to become head of the company's software design team. ENCOM CEO Richard Mackey appears to favor him, praising him and mentioning his father's history instead of Kevin Flynn.

On the eve of the launch of ENCOM OS 12, Edward was among the other ENCOM members of the board when Sam Flynn stole into the ENCOM Tower and hacked into ENCOM's servers. Edward was quick to see something was wrong when a movie clip of Flynn's dog began playing during a screen presentation, and was among the first to react. Although he was the one who entered in the kill command to stop the clip from playing, he was unable to prevent the data leak, and retired off-screen after calmly suggesting that the pirate hack should be portrayed as an act of generosity from ENCOM to the public.

He is later mentioned in TRON: The Next Day when Roy Kleinberg asked Alan Bradley about whether they should keep him in the company. Alan says he will stay, having earned his place.

Behind the ScenesEdit

  • Edward Dillinger, Jr. is portrayed in TRON: Legacy by Irish actor Cillian Murphy in an uncredited role. It is rumoured that he may return for the third TRON film. Bruce Boxleitner has hinted at that, saying during an interview, "Let's just say... Cillian Murphy doesn't do cameos."
  • A teaser scene featuring Dillinger Jr., and a second ambiguous character has been produced together with TRON: The Next Day and is an "easter egg" on the US Blu-ray release of TRON: Legacy. The second ambiguous character (with the username MCTRL_751) is either Ed Dillinger, Sr. or a new version of the Master Control Program. The former is probably more likely to be true, as Dillinger Jr. refers to the ambiguous character as "Dad".

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