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    Well Electronica just extended..

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    Too bad they didn't already start making Tron 3 so that they could have something to show for it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Retrocool View Post
    How do you pronounce that? "Threen"? "Trunn"? "Trün"?
    I laughed harder than I should have at that XD
    Hopefully the new script has more substance and plot development. I LOVED TRON: Legacy, but I think moreso because of the effects and visuals.
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    Tron 3 aka TR3N is confirmed by actor Bruce Boxleitner (Tron, Alan Bradley, Rinzler) for a 2013 release date. He confirmed this at D23 expo.

    Bruce Boxleitner Talks ‘Tron 3′ & Fan Made Short Film ‘Tron: Destiny’ | Movie Promos
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    from cineam blend: The Tron franchise is stuck in a gray area. Though the last film, Tron Legacy, ended up making $400 million worldwide on a $170 million budget (not including advertising costs), the studio saw its $44 million opening as underwhelming and it wasn't exactly slathered in critical praise. Last we heard Disney had hired a writer, David DiGilio, but they weren't ready to give the project the greenlight and, according to sources, they are waiting to see how successful the Disney XD show Tron: Uprising is before making any big decisions. The show won't be airing until next summer, but if you ask the titular star, Bruce Boxleitner, it's already a done deal. A reader over at AICN recently had an encounter with Boxleitner at Disney's D23 Expo and when the subject of Tron 3 came up, Boxleitner couldn't have been more absolute or optimistic that the movie will get made. The big question here is how much Boxleitner knows about the future of the project. He may very well have a contract that commits him to another film, but that doesn't mean that the production is definitely a go (for example, Tim Allen is signed on four a fourth Toy Story movie that may or may not ever get made). It's also possible that Boxleitner heard that a script is being made and assumed that the greenlight was given as well. What really raises question marks about his comments is that he said the film should be ready by 2013. Tron Legacy spent over a year in post-production, so would that give them enough time for Tron 3 to equal the visual spectacle of the first sequel? It's entirely possible that the project is in fact a go and that we could be hearing announcements any day now, but take this news with a grain of salt in the meantime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by burkesox98 View Post
    from cineam blend: The Tron franchise is stuck in a gray area. Though the last film, Tron Legacy, ended up making $400 million worldwide on a $170 million budget (not including advertising costs), the studio saw its $44 million opening as underwhelming and it wasn't exactly slathered in critical praise. Last we heard Disney had hired a writer, David DiGilio, but they weren't ready to give the project the greenlight and, according to sources, they are waiting to see how successful the Disney XD show Tron: Uprising is before making any big decisions. The show won't be airing until next summer, but if you ask the titular star, Bruce Boxleitner, it's already a done deal. A reader over at AICN recently had an encounter with Boxleitner at Disney's D23 Expo and when the subject of Tron 3 came up, Boxleitner couldn't have been more absolute or optimistic that the movie will get made. The big question here is how much Boxleitner knows about the future of the project. He may very well have a contract that commits him to another film, but that doesn't mean that the production is definitely a go (for example, Tim Allen is signed on four a fourth Toy Story movie that may or may not ever get made). It's also possible that Boxleitner heard that a script is being made and assumed that the greenlight was given as well. What really raises question marks about his comments is that he said the film should be ready by 2013. Tron Legacy spent over a year in post-production, so would that give them enough time for Tron 3 to equal the visual spectacle of the first sequel? It's entirely possible that the project is in fact a go and that we could be hearing announcements any day now, but take this news with a grain of salt in the meantime.
    1 HUGE thing to remember though when it comes to the post production time, a lot of why Legacy spent so much time in post was because they had to create so much of it, but now they already have a lot of things in the computer that they can now access whenever they'd like to so it should take much less time in post production now.
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    Re: Tr3n

    Bruce Boxleitner was asked this question several times at D23 and his answers varied. In an official interview done for press, he said "Anything can happen" and that they were "working on something".

    Him saying "it's a done deal" could have been his response after being fed up with that question.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Coheteboy View Post
    Bruce Boxleitner was asked this question several times at D23 and his answers varied. In an official interview done for press, he said "Anything can happen" and that they were "working on something".

    Him saying "it's a done deal" could have been his response after being fed up with that question.
    Disney has to have known that having him there would equal LOTS of people asking him that question though. You'd think they wouldn't have brought him in unless theywere ready to let him answer that question to hundreds of Disney fans
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coheteboy View Post
    Bruce Boxleitner was asked this question several times at D23 and his answers varied. In an official interview done for press, he said "Anything can happen" and that they were "working on something".

    Him saying "it's a done deal" could have been his response after being fed up with that question.
    It's also possible that the official response for the press is "anything can happen" but with a fan one on one it's different.

    There's just too little information at this point to really say what's going on. Though what we do know is that Disney is at least moving forward with development on it. I don't expect an official announcement until they see how Uprising does, though the fact that a script is being developed and directors thought about is promising. The film didn't tank, but it also didn't do what they hoped it would do. I think they're in an awkward place of knowing that a 3rd one would probably do pretty good but not massively so. A lot will depend on the quality of the script.

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    disney wanted to do a trilogy. its very obvious once they released legacy and had dillingers kid in it played by cillian murphy whos an amazing actor. then they had the whole flynn lives, thing. time for the waiting game

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