It was way back in 1982 that we got the impressive movie Tron, which developed an ever-growing fanbase, leading to calls for a Tron sequel to get made. There was talk of a Tron sequel being made for many years and it took a staggering 28 years before we finally saw the sequel Tron: Legacy hitting the big screen.
Many fans were split on Tron: Legacy but the movie made a decent amount of money and did have plenty of supporters, which led to talks of a Tron 3 being made. Actor Garrett Hedlund played the role of Flynn in Tron: Legacy and was set to reprise his role for Tron 3, before it was announced that the project had been shelved. However, Garrett has admitted that he is hopeful that the film will get made in the future.
Hedlund was chatting to Comicbook.com, when he told them, "I haven’t been told it’s totally dead Ever since we did Legacy, we knew that to have another story follow it up, it had to be concrete and exciting. Disney needed to have the right story to go forward. I think it was going to introduce some things that were as exciting as Legacy was and then some, though"
He then went on to add, "Who knows, maybe it’ll be like Legacy was to the first Tron, it’ll be 30 years, and I’ll have my young Flynn CGI face, who knows? But they could do it anytime from now, and I would of course jump back in. Something like that could be quite fun, though!"
Would you be interested in seeing a Tron 3 movie being made?