Olivia Wilde has her own ideas about what a Tron sequel should look like.
The possibility of a new Tron film has popped onto the radar in recent weeks, and it looks like at least one actor will return from Tron: Legacy. But who will it be?
Bumps in the road aside, that live-action Akira adaptation seems to be heading in the right direction now, and it may soon have a star. After lots of speculation that he was in the running, we're now hearing that Tron: Legacy's Garrett Hedlund has an official offer to star in the flick.
After a bevy of starts and stops, of directors dropping out and new ones hopping on, of Keanu Reeves flirting with the lead to a list of handsome Hollywood contenders—the live-action adaptation of Akira has been fraught with difficulty. Now, Warner Bros. has given the movie the green light and might be tapping a Tron: Legacy star.
Everyone knows that if you make a movie with a good story, people will flock to see it. Right? Well, one studio executive begs to differ.
An awesome graffiti artist named Jim Vision spent four days creating a 65-foot Tron: Legacy mural in London. We'd love to see him work his magic—but who's got four days?
Somebody must really like Tron: Legacy director Joseph Kosinski. Not only did he just get $100 million for a project that was in danger of not happening just two months ago, but he landed Tom Cruise to star in it.
In prepping for the DVD and Blu-Ray release of last winter's sci-fi-gamespace hit, Disney has been dropping little film-clip nuggets, suggesting a life for the characters after Tron: Legacy. And the latest reaches way back for an antagonist with real bite.
Tron: Legacy took place eighteen years after Tron, and even after 125 minutes of runtime, we still had a lot of questions. For example, what's the shareholder structure of Encom if CEO Kevin Flynn disappears? Okay, that's not a question we ever had ... but the short film Tron: The Next Day has the answers for this—and much more.
If you liked Tron: Legacy, you'll be happy with the trailer for Tron: Uprising, the Disney animated series that will be coming to your TV screen this summer. Even better, if you liked the original Tron, you'll probably be happy, too: there's always a chance the TV show might fix some of Legacy's bigger mistakes.