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Disney Puts 'Tron' Cart Before the Horse

The Hollywood Reporter has scooped that Lost co-writers Edward Kitsis and Josh Horowitz have been set in motion to write a third TRON film before Tron Legacy even hits theatres in December. While the cast and director Joseph Kosinski are lacking deals if buzz keeps building for Tron Legacy a sequel wouldn't be out of the question.


silverscreenfan said…
I don't know how I feel about Lost writers being the ones responsible for writing anything...
silverscreenfan said…
I'll definitely agree with that...
I guess it's good to get the ball rolling if the hype lives up to expectations. Same thing happened with The Hangover and it's upcoming sequel. Worst case scenario, Legacy bombs and they just push the script under the rug (no big deal).
Fitz said…
They partially wrote this so they've got that going for them.

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