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Old 01-22-2011, 09:10 PM   #51
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Awesome. I love to see David Warner and Cillian Murphy plotting something evil together.

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Wow the description sounds cool.

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What...WHAT?!!

THIS BETTER NOT BE BOGUS

I just had a geek attack.

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The plot thickens. There’s a listing on the BBFC database for something called Disc Roars. At 2 minutes and 51 seconds it’s the shortest work listed for Joseph Kosinski. The cast list given is: Jeff Bridges, Garrett Hedlund and Olivia Wilde.

Disc Roars is not showing on the official list of special features for the Tron: Legacy DVD and Blu-ray. I believe it is more than likely to be the “secret” teaser, and that Disc Roars is nothing but a smokescreen codename.

Or… it could be featurette on the sound that the light discs make. But if so, why isn’t it listed alongside the other supplements? And 2 minutes 51 sounds about perfect for a teaser like the one Harry describes.

If it is the trailer, note that the BBFC are pretty much confirming Bridges will make some kind of appearance. Nice. It would be terribly disappointing if he didn’t.

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If that's not true, someone will get hurt!!

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sweet! looking forward to the teaser

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Interesting.

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but this was filmed before the movie was realesed. maybe after teh reviews and the public reaction they will change characters and make it different.
if the sequel happens.

it would be a great teaser.

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Was news of that "Tron 3" teaser deliberately leaked to the Web by Disney insiders?
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Have you heard about this "Tron 3" teaser that Aint It Cool News & Tron-Sector have been talking up this past weekend?

As the story goes: This "Tron 3" teaser was supposedly shot back in November before "Tron: Legacy" was released to theaters, with the idea that it would then be included as a surprise Special Feature on the DVD & Blu-ray release of "Tron: Legacy." Studio execs were supposedly hoping that this teaser would not only help build excitement for the upcoming sequel to this Joseph Kosinski film but that it would also help spur sales of the "Tron: Legacy" DVD & Blu-ray.

Now all signs point to this "Tron 3" teaser being legit. Harry Knowles actually has photos up on his site right now that were supposedly taken on the set of this shoot. What's more, he's claiming to have copies of the call sheets & location maps for this "Tron 3" teaser.

So given that there's now a teaser trailer for "Tron 3" out there, does that then mean that the sequel to this Kosinski film has officially been greenlit? Not exactly. Not yet anyway.

Long story short: Back in April of last year, Disney executives signed Eddy Kitsis & Adam Horowitz (i.e. the screenwriters of "Tron: Legacy") to start work on the script for a sequel. But just because there's now a "Tron 3" screenplay floating around the lot in Burbank doesn't mean that production of this proposed sequel will ever actually go forward.

"And why exactly is that?," you ask. "What's preventing production of 'Tron 3' from going forward now?," you ask. To be honest, it's not so much that "Tron: Legacy" hasn't performed as strongly stateside as the Studio had hoped. But - rather - because overseas ticket sales for this Joseph Kosinski film were a lot softer than expected.

Which brings us now to the conspiracy theory portion of today's JHM article. As in: If Disney was able to keep that two-minute-long "Tron" test that Kosinski & Co. created back in 2008 completely under wraps until it was screened at Comic-Con in July ... Well, why then has word suddenly leaked out about this "Tron 3" teaser?

For those of you who don't recall the huge sensation that that "Tron" test caused back in 2008, Justin Springer's "The Art of Tron: Legacy" (Disney Editions, November 2010) does a great job of taking you behind-the-scenes as that footage was being created. Here's a few key excerpts from this great making-of book that will give you some necessary background for today's article:
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The idea of revisiting Tron had long gestated at the studio. Development simmered over the years, outlines and even scripts would be written and ultimately thrown out, forcing everyone back to the drawing board. It was longtime Brigham Taylor, a known fanboy and Tron enthusiast, who kept the project alive through many years of stalled development, maintaining his belief that Tron was a viable Disney franchise.

After years of starts and stops, in 2007 Taylor heard first-time director Joseph Kosinski's bold vision for a new Tron universe and the character-rich and clever narrative conceit of Lost veterans Eddy Kitsis and Adam Horowitz. Immediately, he knew he had something special on his hands. He quickly put the idea in front of the rest of the executive team at Disney, and development, under the guidance of producers Sean Bailey and Steven Lisberger, got underway at an accelerated pace.

Disney was very excited about the filmmakers' early vision for the film, and finally serious, if cautious, about proceeding with a sequel to Tron. However, this movie would come with an event-movie price tag. Kosinski was a first-timer, and pulling it off would require using a multitude of the latest filmmaking technologies in concert, something that no one was sure was viable. The script was underway, but Disney needed evidence that Kosinksi's vision, and the production plan, would work.

Keeping this challenge in mind, Bailey and Kosinski came up with the concept for a two-minute visual test and an extensive visual development period, which would result in early designs for characters, vehicles and environments. The studio said yes, and the team began bringing the visual test to life.

They also knew that they needed (Jeff) Bridges. After a meeting with Bridges at his home where the visual test and the story for the film were discussed at length, the actor signed on to play both Kevin Flynn and Clu.

After four months of visual development, filming for the visual test took places in January 2008 with a scaled-down crew on a small stage that looked more like mission control than a traditional film set. It was a grueling one-day shoot, at the end of which, all the live-action and performance capture needed to create the test piece was completed.

After months of work, an early version of the visual test was shown to Disney (execs) in March of 2008 and was very well received. It was continually tweaked over the rest of the spring based on studio notes, and a half-day reshoot was carried out, resulting in a new opening where the light cycle combatant runs out of the rocky formation on the Grid and forms his light cycle ... The final version of the visual test was shown to Disney Chairman Dick Cook in late July 2008, less than a week prior to Comic-Con. He was thrilled with what he saw and quickly made the decision to add it to the studio's Comic-Con line-up, in order to gauge the core audience's interest in the property.

The two-minute visual test was shown in 2D after the Race to Witch Mountain panel in Hall H. The filmmakers were thrilled at the possibility of surprising the attendees; a crowd of super-informed fans who prided themselves on knowing everything about what movies are being developed. The crowd's reaction to the visual test made it clear they were stupefied that a movie of this size could be underway without them knowing (what they didn't know was that it wasn't underway yet).
Which now brings us back to the conspiracy theory portion of today's article. Jut to recap here: If Disney was able to keep that two-minute-long "Tron" test under wraps under wraps for months,then why did word of this "Tron 3" teaser leak out just weeks after it was shot?

Well, from what I hear, this wasn't a coincidence. Someone at the Studio supposedly put the word out about this "Tron 3" teaser because there'd been talk recently about possibly NOT including this footage on the "Tron: Legacy" DVD & Blu-ray. In essence putting development of a "Tron: Legacy" follow-up on ice for a while.

This news did not reportedly thrill a number of key creatives at the Studio. Which is why a decision was made to prematurely get the word out about this "Tron 3" teaser trailer which was supposed to be on the Blu-ray & DVD. With the hope that -- once this news leaked -- the "Tron" fan community would become electrified. More to the point, this leak would then put The Walt Disney Company in the position where they'd have no choice but to include this "Tron 3" teaser as part of the "Tron: Legacy" DVD & Blu-ray release. Which would then (in theory, anyway) give the "Tron: Legacy" sequel project additional exposure and some increased momentum.

The only problem with this story (at least from my point of view) is that people seem to automatically assume that just because there's a "Tron 3" teaser out there ... Well, that then means that the Mouse will just have to move forward with production of a "Tron: Legacy" sequel. I mean, this is Disney after all. The Studio that tacked a trailer for "Dumbo II" onto Walt Disney Home Entertainment's 2001 VHS & DVD release of "Dumbo" ...
... only to then abandon that project without any explanation.

The way I hear it, the decision to go forward with a "Tron: Legacy" sequel now depends on how well the Blu-ray & DVD version of this Joseph Kosinski film sells. And speaking of Joseph ... Preproduction of "Oblivion," Kosinski's next film for Walt Disney Studios, supposedly began two weeks ago. And as for his reimagining of Disney's 1979 sci-fi epic, "The Black Hole" ... Well, again from what I hear from studio insiders, the future of that film now hangs on the sales of the Blu-ray & DVD version of "Tron: Legacy" as well.

So long story short here: If you really want to see "Tron 3" and/or that proposed "Black Hole" remake, you'd better purchase a copy of "Tron: Legacy" Blu-ray & DVD. A couple of copies, actually. And that's whether or not this upcoming Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment release includes that much-talked-about "Tron 3" teaser.

Speaking of which ... Would it really be all that big a sales incentive if the "Tron: Legacy" Blu-ray & DVD did include this "Tron 3" teaser? Or would it just be enough if the folks at WDSHE included a Special Feature that then gave you a detailed look at "Tron: Uprising," that animated series which will be debuting on Disney XD in 2012?

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of course it was deliberately leaked, they needed buzz around Tron while the movie is still in theaters

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interesting...

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Tron 3 May Feature an Old Villain

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Apparently, the trailer will be split into three scenes. In one, Alan Bradley (Bruce Boxleitner) confronts Ram (Dan Shor, reprising his role from Tron) about being the head of the "FLYNN LIVES" movement, as Ram hurriedly destroys evidence of his operation. Ram also asks Alan, "Why did Kevin give you the cool name?"

I know what you're thinking: Who the hell is Ram and what is "FLYNN LIVES"? For those of you who may not remember the original Tron movie, Ram was an insurance program who died escaping a lightcycle game. As programs on the Grid take on the appearance of their programmer, this new Ram must be the human programmer who made the original Ram. As for "FLYNN LIVES"? It's a website that was set up to gain viral support for Tron: Legacy, hinging around the idea of a campaign to prove that Kevin Flynn was still alive.

Another scene shows Quora (Olivia Wilde), the ISO from Tron: Legacy, being accosted by the press while riding Sam's (Garrett Hedlund) Ducati motorcycle and telling the gathered reporters that she had just spoken to Kevin Flynn the day before.

A final scene shows perhaps the most important information of all: Edward Dillinger (David Warner), the evil programmer who stole Flynn's work from the original movie, and his son Ed (Cillian Murphy) saying that everything is going as planned.


Along with the leaked information about the trailer, several pictures were taken of the set where the trailer was filmed, most of which have been taken down at the request of the photographer. One of the remaining images is shown above.

It is not yet known when Tron: Legacy will be released on DVD, but the teaser trailer will supposedly be available as a bonus feature.

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Disney officially announces 'Tron' and 'Tron: Legacy' on Blu-ray
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I'm also very curious about this new footage that was first rumored over at Ain't It Cool, and which appears to have been titled "The Next Day: Flynn Lives Revealed" for this release. In it, we'll see cast members dealing with the fallout of the events in the film, and we'll also get a tease for the sequel that Disney is still considering. One of those teases evidently sets up the father-son Dillinger team of Cillian Murphy and David Warner, and I can't say I'm remotely surprised. I still say they missed a great opportunity to have a real-world villain working against Flynns senior and junior in the real world by not using Murphy's character more. Why couldn't they have them trying to shut down the servers that held the Grid? Just that little ticking clock, with Murphy trying to assert ownership of what was obviously an ENCOM asset, would have added some real-world tension to the film.

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on the soundtrack the title is Flynn Lives. its the song where Sam and Quorra are driving on the bike.

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So Kevin is indeed alive ? Or was Quora talking about the other day when she was in The Grid ? I guess the sequel would take place directly after ?

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I'd like a sequel, but I hope they fix some of Tron Legacy's problems. It was a good movie, but Hedlund needs to improve his acting big time. He was awful last film, and having an uninteresting main character hurts a film like this bad.

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There was enough there to make me like his character but it needed more charisma. I didn't find Hedlund's acting to be terrible, it was more average and bland.

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But Tron: Legacy's performance certainly gives the studio strong reason to think it has poured the foundation for a franchise. Disney has begun work on a sequel, which Kosinski is constructing with original writers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz. Maybe because of Tron: Legacy's pricey launch and heightened expectations, I had the impression that the film had been a bit underwhelming, despite a $44 million opening weekend. But looks are deceiving. For one thing, despite the film's big budget, Tron: Legacy had the benefit of zero first dollar box office gross participants. Another pic that opened around the same time, Little Fockers, was teeming with them.

Should Kosinski's crown buy a Tron: Legacy encore? Its performance certainly compares well to other films that launched franchises. Tron: Legacy out-grossed the Chris Nolan-directed Batman Begins ($373 million) and the JJ Abrams-directed Star Trek ($386 million), both of which were based on brands far more famous than the long forgotten 1982 original Tron. For that matter, Tron: Legacy out-grossed The Bourne Identity ($214 million) and its sequel The Bourne Supremacy ($288 million). It also bested X-Men Origins: Wolverine ($373 million), National Treasure ($347 million) and The Fast and the Furious ($207 million). It out-grossed all the films in that franchise. Beyond that, the film fed other Disney divisions. The Tron: Legacy soundtrack sold 615,000 copies worldwide, and the movie spawned ElecTRONica, a featured attraction at Disney’s California Adventure theme park. A Tron: Legacy rollercoaster for the new Shanghai theme park is under discussion.

Now, just because a studio makes it out alive after a big bet on a film doesn't mean it's franchise city. Said one vet: "Sometimes, you say, 'We got away with one,' and move on. From Terminator to Bourne, you can usually tell if the audience wants more." Based on the Tron: Legacy gross and high DVD pre-sales, Disney will go for two. And Kosinski seeded the original with plot points that lend to a sequel.

When Kosinski gets to Tron: Legacy 2 is another matter. He has other projects that include a remake of Black Hole at Disney, with a script being written by Travis Beacham, writer of Guillermo del Toro’s next film, Pacific Rim. Kosinski is most likely to next direct Oblivion, a film that has Tom Cruise interested. Disney gave that picture back to Kosinski recently, because its post-apocalyptic vision didn't fit the Disney family film mold, and attempts to make it PG was strangling Kosinski's vision. Kosinski's Verve reps are shopping it, and I've heard Universal is among three suitors giving it serious consideration.



'Tron Legacy' Director Joe Kosinski On Blu-ray Tweaks And Why 'Tron 3' Will Be Like 'The Dark Knight'

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if the sequel happens WIlde will not be back. she is now becoming big. and for the sequel you want a bigger paycheck. and i think Disney would not give her. if of course she is not anymore the IT girl then it could happen. but i doubt it.

Bridges of course will not be back.

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I am so happy that Tron is getting a sequel

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i dont think this is official.

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This is just talk; conveniently timed right as Tron: Legacy hits home video to keep the conversation of the brand-name going. Hiring writers is also the cheapest part of the process and doesn't confirm anything.

Wouldn't hold my breath waiting for Tron 3.

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I dont see why WIlde wouldnt be back. That's kind of reaching. Shes not getting so big that I would doubt it. Especially when she always talks about how much she loves the character

If anything Hedlund is getting bigger than her. He's been on the short list for 2 big movies (Akira and Bourne Legacy) and then he is playing a big character in a classic American literature book (On the Road).

and with Bridges probably gone, and IM assuming he had the biggest paycheck, they could have more money for Wilde and Hedlund's paycheck


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YES! This sounds so exciting!!!

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