Olivia Wilde is dishing deets on the plot of the upcoming sequel ‘Tron 3’.
In an interview with Collider, the actress said her character Quorra will get to explore the real world.
“I’m really excited to see what happens to that character when put into the real world. I think it’s an interesting concept,” said Wilde. “I’m fascinated by all discussions of AI, and especially now today and now with virtual reality becoming something that’s like a personal device, I think it’s the time to tell this story.
Fans will have to wait a little longer for ‘Tron 3’ as the sequel is slated to take us back to the Grid in 2017, seven years after ‘Tron: Legacy’. Wilde said the delay is due to the story.
“The delay has only ever been story, finding the right story. It hasn’t been anything else,” said Wilde. “There’s never been a time where we wanted to go and then schedules got in the way. It’s only been like, ‘That’s not the right story’.
Wilde confirmed production on the film will begin this fall in Vancouver.
Garrett Hedlund has also signed up to reprise his role for the third film as well.
‘Tron: Legacy’ was a hit when it took over theaters in 2010 pulling in over $400 million worldwide.