Published On: Tue, Dec 21st, 2010

Olivia Wilde talks ‘Tron 3’ says she’d love to see a sequel

Olivia Wilde has revealed that she hopes a sequel to Tron: Legacy will be made in the near future.

The House star told MTV that she would like to see how her character of Quorra would cope in the real world after stepping out of the computers at the end of Legacy.

Olivia Wilde as Quorra in "Tron: Legacy"

Olivia Wilde as Quorra in “Tron: Legacy”

“I’m so thrilled to play with Quorra in the human world – it would be sort of like Splash. I want to see her whispering to laptops and hugging toasters. There’s a whole other chapter ahead.”

Years after the 1982 science fiction cult favorite, Disney delivered Legacy to theaters. Wilde added that Cillian Murphy’s role as Edward Dillinger could appear more in any possible sequels.

“Cillian Murphy, we were so lucky to have in this film. His part in Tron: Legacy is so mysterious and cool…His role really fits into the mythology of Tron, the corrupt environment of Encom. It just shows you that this fight is far from over.”

Tron: Legacy also stars Garrett Hedlund as Sam, the son of Jeff Bridges’ Flynn, the only hope to overcome the constraints of the fictional video game universe. Fans appear to be delighted in seeing Bruce Boxleitner also return for the sequel.

Tron: Legacy is in cinemas now.



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