Tron 3 Will Get Made if Fans Demand it

Tron 3 Will Get Made if Fans Demand it

Like us here at we want another Tron movie, but no thanks to the dreadful Tomorrowland box office dud, Tron got scrapped.

Now, Tron 3 producer offers an update and there is a glimmer of light and maybe some fairy dust from Tinkerbell. Read on… reports that Tron 3 producer Justin Springer has offered at least a tiny bit of hope on the matter.

There are those within the Disney ranks who would like to see it happen as well. We’ve been hearing little bits here and there for going on a decade now regarding a possible sequel to 2010’s Tron: Legacy.

What Producer Justin Springer had to say about Tron 3 Happening:

Justin Springer is currently producing Disney’s live-action Dumbo, as directed by Tim Burton, which he’s been making the press rounds for. During a recent interview, Springer was asked about the possibility of Tron 3. While he makes it clear nothing concrete is happening at the moment, Springer also makes it clear that people at Disney are currently interested in making it happen.

Springer said:

Look, I will never stop being interested in making a Tron movie. I love the opportunity to do it. It’s a title that never really goes away internally. There’s always people around the company who like it a whole lot. And so, we’ll see what happens. It would be great to get the opportunity to do it again. It’s interesting, what I will say is that I think it continues to be relevant both in its ideas and also just the visual iconography of it. I think people are still are interested in it and it still feels contemporary to me. So it’s just about finding the right time, right script, and the right people at the studio saying ‘yes.’ You know, just the usual.

Tron: Legacy Box Office Numbers:

Tron: Legacy was released nearly 30 years after its predecessor and was poised to be a huge hit. Instead, it made $400 million at the box office and was met with a somewhat mixed critical reception. These days movies NEED to be massive hits like Marvel films, but there is a way.

During the interview, it was then suggested (by Dumbo writer Ehren Kruger) that if fans demand it, the movie will happen. Justin Springer agreed, reports MovieWeb.