October 23, 2016  

'Tron Legacy' Sequel Possibly Close to Get Green Light

January 14, 2011 (3:36 am) GMT
Learning that people still buy the sci-fi fantasy film, Disney reportedly will announce the follow-up soon.

"" does not perform as well as people expected. But with its current worldwide cume which almost passes $300 million, Walt Disney Pictures reportedly thinks there is still a bright future for this franchise that they are going to make the follow-up. Ain't It Cool News reports that the sci-fi fantasy movie "is getting close, incredibly close to having its sequel announced."

Previously, it has been said that Disney is aiming to make a trilogy with "Tron Legacy" as the first film. They reportedly have even hired "" writers/co-executive producers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz to pen the sequel, but it has not been made official yet.

Meanwhile, recently shared her thought for her character supposed there is "Tron Legacy" sequel. "I'm so thrilled to play with Quorra in the human world. It would be sort of like 'Splash'," she told MTV, referring to the 1980s comedy featuring as a mermaid unleashed in Manhattan. "I want to see her whispering to laptops and hugging toasters... There's a whole other chapter ahead."

"Tron Legacy" itself is a sequel to 1982 "Tron" which starred as Kevin Flynn. In the 2010 film, Kevin's son Sam who is portrayed by is pulled into the same world of fierce programs and gladiatorial games where Kevin has been living for 25 years while searching for his father.


  1. Bob Dylan Called 'Arrogant' for Ignoring Nobel Prize Win
  2. 'Doctor Strange' Star Tilda Swinton Wants Her Own Marvel Movie
  3. Jay-Z Makes History as Nominee for 2017 Songwriters Hall of Fame
  4. Police Called to Larsa and Scottie Pippen's House Before Divorce Announcement
  5. Did Madonna Just Clap Back at Lady GaGa With This Meme?
  6. Leonardo DiCaprio to Play the Man Who Invented Rock and Roll in Sam Phillips Biopic
  7. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie to Sell Their Chateau Miraval in France Amid Divorce
  8. Director Tim Miller Leaves 'Deadpool 2' Due to Creative Differences