hits the box office, two of the film's stars will be hitting newsstands on the cover of both Men's and Women's Health.
has your first peek at
, who are covering the January/February issues of
the health mag
. They talk about success, confidence and of course, "Tron."
Wilde plays Quorra in the upcoming film, whom she describes as "kind of a ninja warrior," and claims that the role may be one of her favorites.
"I've gotten the chance to play a lot of really interesting characters of the past year. My favorite role may be the role I did in 'Tron,'" the actress says. "The great thing about playing a strong female character is that I feel like I've created someone for little girls to look up to."
Hedlund dishes about toning up for the skintight body suits donned in the movie. "They do a body scan so they can formulate the suit around you," the actor says. "It's three-quarters of an inch of foam rubber that fits you like a glove. If you have a belly your scan's going to have a belly."
As for body confidence, to Hedlund, less is definitely not more.
"You might think the thinner version of yourself is going to be the most positive or confident," he explains. "But that's not how it is for me. When I'm hover 200 pounds, that's when I'm the most confident version of myself."
Wilde and Hedlund can be seen on the big screen when "Tron: Legacy" opens on Friday, Dec. 17.