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From "Tron" to "Oblivion"

Tron: Legacy director Joseph Kisinski has lined up his next project for the Mouse House - following a deal to direct a Tron follow-up if one should be necessary -- which will be Oblivion, based on his graphic novel of the same name from Radical.
Reports, "Oblivion hit the marketplace with Kosinski and Radical chief Barry Levine pitching right after the filmmaker returned from a Comic-Con presentation of Tron: Legacy, marking the third and final time that film will be vamped for the geek crowd there. It's a futuristic science fiction love story taking place in an apocalyptic future where most of the population lives in clouds above an earth surface which has been rendered for the most part uninhabitable. An earthbound soldier--stuck there repairing drones that patrol and blast a savage alien life form--encounters a beautiful woman who crashed in a craft and they have an experience that forces him to question his world view. Kosinski thought up the concept three years ago before he began Tron: Legacy. His reps decided that turning it into a graphic novel would set the table for a movie deal once Kosinski was finished with the film."

Kosinski is also involved with a remake of 1979's The Black Hole.
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