As much as I would love another TRON film, the fact is that Bruce Boxleitner has officially tapped out. No point in having a TRON film without TRON being in it. Bruce Boxleitner on Tron 3: "I’ve Moved On"Sorry guys. How about this though from one of Tron Legacy producers from 3 months ago. It's not much, but at least it's something :
"Look, I will never stop being interested in making a TRONmovie. 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."
Problem is it was a set-up to a follow-on that didn't happen. And what's baffling is why the next installment evaporated. Legacy cost $170M to make and made back $400M. That's not Avatar levels of return-on-investment, but it more than doubled its budget, which in Hollywoodland practically guarantees a sequel these days. And one was in the works until Disney utterly randomly pulled the plug.Didn't think he added much to the last one.