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messaggio 27/9/2015, 15:23
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Faranno in seguito un film sulla difficile produzione del 3° capitolo eheheh.gif

E Tom Hanks che parte farà?! eheheh.gif


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messaggio 26/10/2015, 20:35
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Olivia Wilde parla della possibilità di veder realizzato Tron 3

Sebbene sia stato 'in cantiere' per diverso tempo, la Disney ha cancellato i piani per Tron 3 lo scorso maggio. Ora Olivia Wilde ne parla in una nuova intervista.
"E' quel che amo del cinema indipendente. Ha il potere per raccontare una storia e fare un film, se ci sono abbastanza passione e duro lavoro... puoi mettere insieme delle persone creative e realizzarlo. Ma per pellicole come Tron non puoi farlo con un piccolo gruppo, è differente" spiega "Comunque chi lo sa? Sono passati 30 anni tra il primo Tron e Legacy. Magari faremo il terzo quando avrò 60 anni".

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http://www.cinemablend.com/new/Why-Tron-3-...ilde-90297.html


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messaggio 2/3/2017, 6:37
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TRON 3 Story Teased by Joseph Kosinski, Says Sequel Isn’t Dead

It’s been over six long years since TRON: Legacy hit theaters (see this author’s two-part set visit report HERE and HERE), and the last time we heard anything about a follow-up, it was Walt Disney Pictures pulling the plug on it in May of 2015, shortly after the failure of Tomorrowland. However, Collider just hosted a special IMAX screening of Legacy with director Joseph Kosinski in attendance, and the filmmaker gave away some TRON 3 story ideas he had before the studio took it off the grid.

“The movie was called, ‘TRON: Ascension,’ I think that’s out there,” Kosinski confirmed. “I think we got the script to about 80%. We were in good shape. We were probably eight or nine months out, which is still a good amount of distance from being ready to shoot it, but I think the script was in good shape. What I’m excited about is the concept, which is an invasion movie from inside the machine coming out as opposed to one we’ve usually seen. So we hinted at that at the end of Legacy with Quorra coming out, but the idea for Ascension was a movie that was, the first act was in the real world, the second act was in the world of TRON, or multiple worlds of TRON, and the third act was totally in the real world. And I think that really opens up, blows open the concept of TRON in a way that would be thrilling to see on screen. But there’s also a really interesting character study in Quorra and a ‘Stranger in a Strange Land,’ trying to figure out where she belongs having lived in the real world for a few years, and where does she fit in.”

Kosinski also confirmed the logistical and financial considerations Disney made when it pulled the plug, while still leaving the door open to revive the project.

“I guess I can say that ‘TRON 3’ is in cryogenic freeze,” explained Kosinski. “So, it’s there. It’s not dead. It’s alive, but it’s sitting there, waiting for the right time to move forward. I mean, you have to remember that when we made ‘TRON: Legacy,’ Disney did not own Marvel. Disney did not own Lucasfilm…they own everything now. But this was before they owned everything, so from the studio point of view, they have a certain number of slots and a certain amount of money to make movies and if you can make a Star Wars spinoff or another Marvel movie, which are all doing incredibly well, a TRON movie, even though I think it would do very well, the question is: Would it do as well as one of those? That is more the reason we haven’t seen another TRON is that Disney stock is flushed with really successful properties right now. But that doesn’t mean we won’t see one at one point.”

Both Garrett Hedlund and Olivia Wilde were set to reprise their respective roles as Sam Flynn and Quorra in TRON: Ascension, with TRON: Legacy helmer Joseph Kosinski back at the helm. Original cast member Bruce Boxleitner was also set to come back in his dual role as Alan Bradley/Tron, although he has since soured on the idea. Cillian Murphy was rumored to return in a larger role from his cameo as Edward Dillinger, Jr., while trade reports suggested that Kosinski was keen on casting Academy Award winner Jared Leto in a key role. Jesse Wigutow (It Runs in the Family) was hired to rewrite the initial screenplay by David DiGilio (Eight Below) before the film was halted.

Released in 1982, the original TRON underperformed at the box office, but it nonetheless managed to find an important place in pop culture over the next few decades. The sequel was scripted by Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz from a story they developed with Brian Klugman and Lee Sternhal, based in turn on characters created by Bonnie MacBird and original TRON helmer Steven Lisberger. That film’s worldwide box office exceeded $400 million.



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messaggio 15/4/2020, 10:27
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TRON: LEGACY Director Joseph Kosinski Still Believes A Third TRON Movie Could Happen

In 2010, TRON: Legacy grossed $400 million on a $170 million budget, a box office haul which should have guaranteed a sequel. Production was even slated to begin in 2015, but Disney would pull the plug after Tomorrowland bombed and the studio got cold feet about pushing ahead with another ambitious sci-fi tentpole.

When ComicBook.com caught up with TRON: Legacy director John Kosinski, the filmmaker made it clear that he remains invested in making a sequel of some sort happen one day.

"There's always been an interest since Legacy [for a sequel]. There's always been talk and murmuring of doing another and continuing the story," he explained. "Like anything, it just needs the right confluence of...it's all about timing and the right elements and everything's got to come together for a movie to happen."

Noting that TRON remains a big part of the Disney brand thanks to the TRON Lightcycle Power Run which currently resides in Shanghai Disneyland and will debut in Orlando's Disney World next year, Kosinski pointed out that, "I don't ever see TRON being something where you pump one out every two years. You just can't. They're too hard to make."

"It's got to be a passion project and it's got to really be reaching for something different and innovative and ambitious," he concluded, "because that's in the DNA of it."

A TRON reboot was considered by Disney, as was a Disney+ TV show, but neither came to fruition.




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messaggio 7/7/2020, 9:00
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An Update on ‘Tron’ (Exclusive)

Over the course of the last year or so, we’ve received a lot of questions regarding Disney’s plans with the Tron franchise, and we figured we should update everyone with what’s going.

Earlier this year, it was revealed a Tron series from John Ridley (12 Years a Slave) for Disney+ was scrapped. It is unknown why the studio decided to scrap the project, we heard it was due to cost and Disney’s enthusiasm for bringing the world of Tron back to the big screen.

A couple of months back, our trusted source informed us that a Tron reboot with Jared Leto is still in the works with a director search underway. Now, that is not the most significant update I’ve heard. From what I’ve been told, the film is expected to be more of Tron sequel rather than a reboot, and the cast from Tron: Legacy could return. It is unknown at this time if the film will follow the same story as the canceled third Tron film, Tron: Ascension, which would have seen the machine world of The Grid invade the real world. That was also rumored to have featured a character called Ares.

Another question we are constantly asked is, will Daft Punk return to do the music? Daft Punk’s score was a highlight from Legacy, with their futuristic/electronic musical style helped bring the world to life.

We have heard multiple directors in the mix but nothing we can confirm as of yet.

While the original 1982 version of the film, starring Jeff Bridges, was met with a cult following, it’s 2010 sequel was met with mixed reviews. Despite bringing back Bridges, Tron: Legacy didn’t seem to resonate with critics, many stating the film and its characters lacked emotion and substance. However, the film was financially profitable for Disney, and it too has gained its own following, and fans have been clamoring for another film, and don’t worry… you’ll get one.

More is sure to come out, so stick with us and we’ll be sure to get you more information.


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messaggio 10/8/2020, 20:12
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TRON: la Disney vuole Garth Davis alla regia del nuovo film con Jared Leto!
https://www.badtaste.it/2020/08/10/tron-la-...ed-leto/441560/


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messaggio 10/8/2020, 23:53
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Jared Letoooooooo???!!!!???! MA NOOOOO dry.gif basta con sto bluff
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‘Lion’ Director Garth Davis To Direct Disney’s New ‘Tron’ Movie With Jared Leto

After taking its time figuring out where it wants the next Tron installment to go, Disney’s sci-fi franchise looks to have new life as we are hearing Garth Davis has been tapped to direct the pic starring Jared Leto.

Davis has been better known for his smaller art house films over the years like 2018’s Mary Magdalene and his critically acclaimed 2016 drama Lion, which received six Oscar nominations including for Best Picture. Tron would mark Davis’ first tentpole, and though he is not known for big-budget projects, insiders say Davis aggressively pursued the job, eventually winning over execs.

esse Wigutow wrote the most recent draft of the script. Leto is producing along with Justin Springer and Emma Ludbrook.

The original 1982 film starring Jeff Bridges was set inside the computer program called the Grid, where a computer hacker is abducted and forced to participate in gladiatorial games. The film wasn’t a hit and received mixed reviews, even though its special effects were seen as game-changing at the time. The cult following that swelled around the film in years to come as it played on cable only helped grow its popularity, to the point where Disney decided to move forward with a sequel, Tron: Legacy, in 2010, with Bridges reprising his role and Garret Hedlund and Olivia Wilde joining the franchise.

That film did go on to have box office success, bringing in $400 million globally, but even so plans for a sequel were pushed while Disney figured out how to move the story forward. The studio eventually scrapped plans for a direct sequel to Tron: Legacy, and even after Leto attached himself in 2017 and has been taking their time in figuring out next steps for this project.

Davis coming on to the project signals the next installment may finally happen, but insiders still stress a greenlight has not been given. The film is still in development but Davis’ involvement is a push in the right direction for the future of the franchise.


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Il titolo ufficiale è TRON: ARES


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