Episode VII is the number one priority at Disney films, right now. Almost guaranteed to be a big box office hit. As a result, probably a lot of other things have been pushed aside. That includes Tron. Tron is still a risk, Star Wars isn't.
I was thinking the same thing. With Star Wars in the works they'll be spreading their attention less on other movies that they said they were going to make. They're supposed to make a "The Black Hole" remake and a few others to get their Sci-Fi and action fix, but they got pushed way back. They also have Marvel now, which means they can pull stories from them to make other sci-fi or action/adventure movies.
|CardioFunk Wrote:But Disney is a huge company. They can do many things even with Starwars being produced. True you can't have producers working on multiple unrelated films at a time. But money just needs to hire good ones. Money being something Disney has a lot of. Throwing out another Tron movie carelessly would hurt the franchise. Tron Legacy split the original Tron audience further than they wanted I think. So they need to be careful to make sure they get the right script going. Tron Legacy was accused of having poor plot with great visuals. To me the plot was great, but a lot of that was hidden to those who'd only see the movie a few times.|
That's true Disney has a lot money resources for making multiple movies at the same time. I think part of the problem is also having too much movies released within a certain time slot. They end up competing with each other for attention and some of them lose money big time because of that.
There's so many movies that's already been released this year that I want to see and I can't. I have very limited free time, plus they're released so darn close to each other (Maybe I should start going to midnight movies to fit it into my time, LOL)
It's also true that they need to be very careful with the plot. I love Tron: Legacy. I thought the plot was great. I wish I saw it in IMAX 3D. My only regret was that it wasn't longer! They need to spend the proper amount of time planning it out and don't rush through the production and shooting/effects.
As an artist (Not a great one. One of many that hang out on this site) I can tell you that the more you're rushed, the lower the quality. A lot of the higher-ups don't understand that and think throwing money at it solves the problem. Not to mention mismanagement of that money leads to budget problems and more rushing. *_*;
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