A spin-off of Joe Kosinski's Tron: Legacy has at long last been affirmed to be in Disney's works, with Daft Punk ready.
The 2010 film, which saw Daft Punk both component and creates the soundtrack, will get a subsequent film, Walt Disney Studios' President Of Music and Soundtracks, Mitchell Leib, has affirmed.
Leib shared the news on Light The Fuse, a web recording about the Mission: Impossible film arrangement. He prodded that gatherings with Daft Punk's director, Paul Hahn, and stated, "We're taking a gander at making a continuation of Tron [Legacy] now. We're making a Tron 3."
Watch: Daft Punk - Derezzed (from the movie TRON: Legacy)
Paul said the content was at that point finished, calling it "an extremely extraordinary content that we're exceptionally amped up for."
On why the new task may have taken such a long time to get greenlit, Leib stated: "Though the planning wasn't all in all correct to have done it years prior, I think we feel like the planning is at the present time and we took in a lot of exercises from that last film."
The privilege and the principal activity is to bring Daft Punk back and check whether they need to [return]… We don't have a clue who will be coordinating yet. We're cheerful that Joe Kosinski will return and do another. A ton of things gotta fall into the correct spots.
Foolish Punk has likewise marked on to score another Dario Argento film, Occhiali Neri, which will be Argento's first film in quite a while.
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