Disney has officially powered down Tron 3. Last night, The Hollywood Reporter broke the news that the company has decided to halt preparations for the third film in the cyberpunk franchise. The move comes just a week after Tomorrowland pulled in a disappointing Memorial Day weekend box office.
What has director Joseph Kosinski been up to since wrapping up Oblivion? Well, it sounds like he's been getting Tron 3, the sequel to Tron: Legacy, ready to film. Yes, folks, it looks like we're getting another trip to the neon-lit Grid.
Joseph Kosinski, prepare to enter The Twilight Zone. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the Tron: Legacy and Oblivion director is in negotiations to direct the latest big-screen incarnation of The Twilight Zone, produced by Leonardo DiCaprio's Appian Way.
With its cool, liquidy visuals and CGI-esque Tom Cruise as its lead, Oblivion has all the hallmarks of a summer action movie. But it's not. This is a flick that aspires to be a psychological thriller — and occasionally, it succeeds quite well.
Holy crap, this sounds promising. AMC wants a new genre show to serve as a companion piece to The Walking Dead, and according to Deadline, they're developing Ballistic City, described as "Blade Runner meets Battlestar Galactica." Crime on a generation ship!
Watch Tom Cruise doing jumps on a Moto Bike from the future, on a Dead Earth. ARE YOU NOT ENTERTAINED?
The first reviews for Joseph Kosinski's Oblivion have not been promising, but this featurette hopes to lure you to the theater anyway. It offers a longer behind-the-scenes look at the movie's world both above the clouds and back on the damaged Earth.
We sat down with Joseph Kosinski, director of Tron Legacy and the new movie Oblivion, along with a handful of other reporters. And he told us that it's getting easier to pitch an original film, in the wake of huge successes like Avatar and Inception. Minor spoilers ahead...
There's a brand new trailer for Tom Cruise's last man on Earth movie Oblivion. This trailer is a bit longer and shows Tommy C. goofing around with cigar-smoking Morgan Freeman and the most beautiful woman to ever be jettisoned out of an escape tube. Does anyone else feel like this whole thing is all the dramatic…
We've only seen a few tiny glimpses into Oblivion, the next science fiction epic by Joseph Kosinski (Tron Legacy). But this brand new poster shows off future Earth, with (what we're assuming) is Tom Cruise at the bottom, surveying the Empire State Building-turned-waterfall. Cruise plays a bounty hunter, who lives in…
Hollywood has gone into a science fiction feeding frenzy in the past week, with several new scifi movies getting greenlit. The success of Battle: Los Angeles, on top of Avatar, Star Trek and others, put dollar signs in everyone's eyes.
Back in 1982, Tron zapped us into a whole new world of storytelling. You can still feel the love, and excitement, on every frame of that movie. So it's sad that Tron Legacy turns those thrills into snoozes. Spoilers ahead.
Last night, we watched a collection of new Tron Legacy clips, which showcased Daft Punk's cameo and disc wars — but most importantly, the drama between programs and humans. Can the new Tron's characters compete with its bright neon visuals?
Disney released a sneak peek of Tron Legacy to the masses, and stuffed in between a few old scenes are new moments to get excited about. Plus, check out Olivia Wilde's head-to-toe pleather program unitard in her new banner.
Tron director Joseph Kosinski finally got Disney to purchase the film rights to his comic book Oblivion, which is set in the future, when Earthlings live in the clouds, safe from the radiation and brutal alien scavengers on the surface.
We ventured inside Flynn's, into the vivid glow of the Tron universe. We met Tron Legacy stars Garrett Hedlund and Bruce Boxleitner, plus director Joseph Kosinski and producer Sean Bailey. They told us how the new movie raises the game.
Looking at the newly released production photos from Tron Legacy, it's hard not to be struck by how much of the film was shot on real sets. And it turns out the film's director, Joseph Kosinski, went to architecture school.