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The summer kicks off a tad early this year, in the multiplex at least, with the release of big budget Tom Cruise blockbuster Oblivion, a story about a post-apocalyptic earth and the one man who might be able to save those who remain.

It's directed by Joseph Kosinski, who first burst onto the scene with 2010's Tron: Legacy, and features all of the eye-popping visuals you'd expect.

We managed to sit down with the man behind the magic and spoke to him about working with Tom Cruise, the pressures of a big budget and what we can expect from Tron 3.

Oblivion is in cinemas now

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New Oblivion trailer

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