The director of 'Top Gun: Maverick' says there's always been "talk and murmuring" about a third 'Tron' film.
Oscar-winning screenwriter John Ridley was said to be developing a 'Tron' spin-off for the Disney streaming service.
Disney’s “Tron,” the granddaddy of CGI animated films, celebrates its 35th anniversary on July 9. And over the decades, the sci-fi adventure has spawned video games, the 2010 movie sequel “Tron: Legacy,” a high-tech ride at Shanghai Disney, an animated series, and even talk of a possible third sequel with Oscar winner Jared Leto in... <a href="http://variety.com/2017/film/news/tron-jeff-bridges-cgi-1982-disney-anniversary-1202486941/" title="Read ‘Tron’ at 35: Star Jeff Bridges, Creators Detail the Uphill Battle of Making the CGI Classic">Read more »</a><img src="http://media.zenfs.com/en_US/Entertainment/Variety/pc17#038;c26035310#038;c310000#038;cv2.0#038;cj1" class="editorial"/>
Looks like it’s official: as reported earlier this week, Disney do indeed have a new ‘Tron’ in the works, and now we have our first indications of who may appear in the film. While there is no script at present, the report claims the film will rework an existing script for a planned ‘Tron: Legacy’ sequel which Disney pulled the plug on two years ago, and would cast Leto as a previously unseen character named Ares.
Sometimes a movie comes out before people are ready for it – whether it’s because of the themes involved, what you see on-screen, or the style of filmmaking. Back when it was released in 1989, audiences were taken aback by Timothy Dalton’s brutal second Bond film. Fast forward to 2006 however and Daniel Craig’s version of Bond returned to Dalton’s gritty ways, though ‘Casino Royale’ was a huge critical and commercial hit.