With the recent news and confirmation that a third of Tron will be official, the fans have not contained the emotion, even more so when Jared Leto, who will be in charge of starring in this sequel, has also shown the emotion in their networks. However, among the various publications the actor unintentionally shared more details that he later ended up eliminating.
Shortly after confirming that he would star in Tron 3, Jared Leto revealed, and later deleted, the title of the sequel on his Instagram account.
In the publication, Leto confirmed his participation in the film with an extensive message of thanks and that at the end he betrayed the title of the film as Tron: Ares.
“I am so impressed with gratitude for the opportunity to bring this film to life, especially since both the original video game and the film affected me deeply as a young child. The fact that it can be a part of this new chapter is mind-blowing. I am very excited and proud to confirm that YES, I will be the protagonist of TRON: ARES. We will work as hard as possible to create something that I hope everyone will love. We have some very special ideas for all of you… See you on the grid! ”
Nonetheless, the actor ended up changing the film’s title from its original post to simply Tron, as can be seen from the current post.
The confirmation of this new installment of Tron starring Jade Leto comes after various rumors in which he was involved in this third sequel. This film will be directed by Garth Davis, director of the critically acclaimed 2016 film starring Dev Patel, Lion, and written by screenwriter Jesse Wigutow with credits like It Runs in the Family with Michael and Kirk Douglas.
The first Tron movie came in 1982 and starred Jeff Bridges and Bruce Boxleitner, who returned in the 2010 sequel Tron: The Legacy, starring Garrett Hedlund and Olivia Wilde. It is not yet known how Jared Leto will connect with the previous tapes or more details of the delivery, but let’s hope the actor does not continue to accidentally reveal details.
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Eugenia Rivas Calderón Slytherin lover of those films that give you their hand to enter and live in them.
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