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Tron 3 Teaser



This isn't a teaser by any stretch - it's ten minutes long - but if you want to know where the Tron franchise is going, or fill the blanks between Tron and Tron Legacy, here you go.

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Ben said…
Don't have time to watch this before work, but I have to protest the creation of this film. We're obviously heading for cash-in territory.
CastorTroy said…
So there is going to be a Tron 3? Guess they didn't learn their lesson with Tron Legacy...
Stu said…
I'm not so sure about a cash-in, I didn't hate "Legacy," but if Disney doesn't lighten things up on this third go 'round the franchise may have lost a fan.
JL said…
I still haven't seen Legacy, but nothing about that really interests me. Basically it looks like another "Speed Racer" to me. Meaning, it's good for visuals in a cool fantasy world and that's about it. The first Tron sucked. I'm not at all inclined to watch a third Tron (especially until I've seen Legacy).
Dan said…
Another Tron movie already. I still haven't seen the second one!
Stu said…
I'm getting the general sense that there isn't an interest in another title right now. I honestly assumed that Disney would hold off a decade or two before pushing another one out - the idea being that enough time would pass for the visuals to really progress in the way that they did between the original and "Legacy."

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