‘Tron 3’ Starring Jared Leto Officially In The Works

Disney is in the process of developing Tron 3 film, with Jared Leto attached to star and director Joachim Ronning in discussions to direct.

A third Tron film is finally in production at Disney, with Jared Leto attached to act and Maleficent: Mistress of Evil director Joachim Ronning in talks to direct.

Tron 3, tentatively titled Tron: Ares, will follow the groundbreaking 1982 film Tron, which starred Jeff Bridges, and the 2010 sequel Tron: Legacy, which starred Bridges, Garrett Hedlund, and Olivia Wilde and was Joseph Kosinski’s feature-length directorial debut.

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According to Variety, Leto began working as a producer and star on Tron 3 in 2017 and has continued to do so since then. Garth Davis agreed to helm the movie in 2020, but he later dropped out of the project. Producers Justin Springer, Jeffrey Silver, and Emma Ludbrook are still involved, and the film’s screenwriter, Jesse Wigutow, is still on board.

In an interview with Vulture last year, Kosinski said that he had written and storyboarded a sequel to “Tron: Legacy” that would transplant the movie’s digital universe into the real world. By 2015, he was prepared to continue forward, but by then, the studio’s objectives had shifted, and the film had fallen apart.

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They didn’t control Marvel or “Star Wars” when I made “Tron: Legacy,” according to Kosinski. “We were the science fiction and fantasy drama. And after you’ve got those other things covered, it makes sense to invest in a well-known property rather than the odd art student in the corner with black fingernails—that was “Tron.” And that’s all right.

Source: Deadline

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