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Thursday 18 December 2014

Boxleitner unsure about Tron 3

Bruce Boxleitner doesn't know if he will feature in the third Tron film
Bruce Boxleitner doesn't know if he will feature in the third Tron film

Bruce Boxleitner has revealed that he doesn't know if he'll appear in the third Tron film.

The 62-year-old actor, who portrayed Alan Bradley/Tron in Walt Disney Pictures' 1982 Tron, went on to reprise the role in the 2010 sequel, Tron: Legacy and the current Disney XD series Tron: Uprising.

He previously said that he is back on board for the third instalment, but now admitted he is waiting to see what will happen with it.

"I don't know. They say yes, they say no. It's way above my pay grade to be able to tell you that," he joked.

"It's still a moneymaker for them (Disney). It's a great franchise. They announced it at San Diego Comic-Con, so I'm not speaking out of school here, but it's in development, and development can take a while."

He added: "We've got to get that creative team back again. I do know they're working on the story concepts and stuff like that."

Bruce also revealed that he had been kept in the dark about animated action-adventure Guardians Of Luna, starring Twilight actors Kellan Lutz and Booboo Stewart as well as rapper Xzibit.

"It's a non-existent project. If it happened I certainly didn't do it," he admitted.

"I think it's a wish list that somebody puts out there on the web. I would love to have done it by the way. If it's still being done, I'm still available."

:: Tron: Uprising can currently be seen on Disney XD.

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