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PARIS — Tailored clothing can transform a man: Just ask Garrett Hedlund, who donned a custom-made suit to front Yves Saint Laurent’s La Nuit de L’Homme fragrance.

“It’s like a whole other role, something I haven’t explored [before]. I don’t even think I wore a suit in any film I’ve done before,” the “Troy” and “Tron: Legacy” actor says. “From the moment I put it on, I was just like: Here is the beginning of something wonderful and new.”

Yves Saint Laurent Beauté, which is part of L’Oréal, approached him last fall about the project.

“What I think intrigued me was when they said the concept of the story,” explains the 29-year-old, sitting in a spacious suite at the hotel Le Meurice here. “It seemed much more like a role than standing there in a suit. With the ad, in terms of how they wanted to present it, was to be very kind of ‘Eyes Wide Shut.’ This sort of dark, mysterious man arrives at this event and it’s very ambiguous; you don’t know what his intentions are. And I thought it was very interesting.”

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tini
07 Mar, 2013




From Screenrant.com

 

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Joseph Kosinski Says ‘TRON 3′ Will Be the ‘Empire Strikes Back’ of the Series

The fan excitement surrounding TRON: Legacy had reached critical mass by the time the movie released, filled to the brim with stunning visuals and callbacks to the original TRON. Unfortunately, the movie was not as financially successful as Disney hoped, and the previously guaranteed sequel (alluded to in viral marketing) lost much of its momentum. Oh, how the times have changed.

Now that Alan Horn is running Disney Studios, his wishes to get TRON 3 rolling have produced immediate results. Director Joseph Kosinski is now providing details on upping the scale of the film and taking the series in a brand new direction.

 

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More Tron 3 Details From Joseph Kosinski
Laura
14 Dec, 2012




From Nextfilm.com:

The as-yet-untitled “Tron 3″ project gained a screenwriter last week, and now it has officially gained a star.

Garrett Hedlund confirmed to NextMovie exclusively that he would follow up his 2010 performance as Sam Flynn in “TRON: Legacy” by appearing in the long-rumored sequel, which may begin shooting in 2014, according to some sources.

“Yeah,” Hedlund said when we pressed him for details on his “Tron” participation while doing press in New York ahead of the U.S. release of “On the Road.” “Are we gonna break this now?”

“Disney’s very excited,” he said of the project. “That’s about that. You know, yeah, I’m very excited, Disney’s very excited.”

Jesse Wigutow, who wrote “Eragon,” as well as a handful of shorts and TV movies, is in negotiations to write the film, Disney announced last week. Wigutow is quickly becoming a staple in the Disney bullpen: According to The Hollywood Reporter, he is working on an adaptation of “Peter and the Starcatcher” for the studio.

“TRON: Legacy” director Joseph Kosinski is attached to helm the film.

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Confirmed: Garrett Hedlund Will Star in 'Tron 3'
Laura
13 Dec, 2012




The studio is moving forward on a follow-up to the 2010 reboot with writer Jesse Wigutow.

A new Tron is back in development at Disney.

The sequel to the 2010 reboot Tron: Legacy — called Tron 3 in some quarters — is moving a step forward with Disney in negotiations to hire Jesse Wigutow to pen the latest draft of the script.

Joseph Kosinski, who directed Legacy, is attached to helm this installment, which is being developed with a renewed purpose under Alan Horn, who took the reigns of Disney Studios in June.

Some considered the dark and trippy Legacy — which teamed newcomer Garrett Hedlund with Jeff Bridges, star of the 1982 original Tron — a lukewarm performer when it opened in December 2010. But the film grossed $400 million worldwide, good enough to spark interest in prolonging the franchise. With that foundation and a strong brand, Disney believes it can really go for broke with a new movie.

Plot details are being kept under wraps. David DiGilio wrote an earlier draft of the script. Justin Springer, a co-producer on Legacy, is producing Tron 3.

Wigutow is already working with Disney on the adaptation of Peter and the Starcatchers and worked on Parallel, another Disney project being produced by Springer. The scribe, who also wrote Eragon and worked on Relativity’s remake of The Crow and Summit’s remake of The Osterman Weekend.

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Tron Close to Getting Back on the Grid?
Laura
05 Dec, 2012




From Collider:

Adam Horowitz, Joseph Kosinkski, Edward Kitniss, Bruce Boxlietner – End of Line Club, SDCC 2010 – © Laura

After the experience of working on TRON Legacy, the movie did well and made money, and I hear that the toys and the merchandise also sold very well, but maybe it didn’t quite do well enough to get its own sequel, but it did well enough to get a cartoon series. Is that frustrating—

ADAM HOROWITZ: They are working on a sequel. Eddie and I aren’t writing it because of the show, but we’ve move to being co-producers on it—

EDWARD KITSIS: Dave DiGilio is currently writing the script, Joseph Kosinski is currently shooting Oblivion, but we’ve had a lot of meetings and conversations, and we’ve seen the first draft of the TRON sequel. Sometimes movies don’t happen as quickly as you want. Joe was always going to shoot Oblivion before that, and movies just work slower. Our goal is to get something going soon.

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ed. – The fact there are new writers makes me more excited for the project. I thought the script was weak in parts and too simplistic with dialogue that sounded stilted, even when it wasn’t coming from a computer program. New writers, the fact the look of the world is established and doesn’t need to be created from scratch so that time can be focused elsewhere, more Bruce as Tron/Alan, and the possibility of Cillian Murphy’s Ed Dillinger as the villain … yeah, bring on TRON 3. – Laura

Small TRON 3 Update
Laura
17 May, 2012




Disney XD has posted an episode of TRON: Uprising. The show takes place before TRON: Legacy, so Sam isn’t a character and Garrett isn’t involved. But if the show is a hit, it might help Disney finally decide to greenlight TRON 3.

GET ON THE GRID WITH THE DISNEY XD PREVIEW OF TRON: UPRISING! — THE SERIES PREMIERES THURSDAY JUNE, 7TH AT 9/8C — ON DISNEY XD.

Beck is a young mechanic living in Argon City, a growing metropolis in a far off corner of the grid that has just been occupied by General Tesler, a henchman of the notorious Clu. After his best friend Bodhi is ruthlessly derezzed by Clu’s army, Beck seeks justice for his lost friend and launches a crusade against the regime. His rebellion captures the attention of Tron, the greatest warrior The Grid has ever known, who sees the potential in Beck and trains him to be his successor. Labeled with the moniker of The Renegade, Beck sparks a revolution to fight for the freedom of The Grid.

To get on the grid with TRON: Uprising, go to http://www.DisneyXD.com/TRON

OT - TRON: Uprising Episode - "Beck's Beginning"
Laura
13 May, 2012






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