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"Tron 3" to Film This Fall

Director Joseph Kosinski will return for the third installment of Disney's video game-inspired sci-fi franchise.

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Sony Eyes "Oblivion" Director for "Gran Turismo" Adaptation

Joseph Kosinski, who directed "Oblivion" and "Tron: Legacy," is in talks to adapt the long running PlayStation racing franchise for Sony.

"Oblivion" Director Joseph Kosinski on the Evolution of His Sci-Fi World

Director Joseph Kosinski discusses bringing "Oblivion" to theaters eight years after dreaming up the story, eschewing the dreaded blue screen and setting a science fiction film in daylight.

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Joseph Kosinski On "Oblivion," Tom Cruise & "Tron 3"

Appearing at WonderCon Anaheim, director Joseph Kosinski discussed the development of his new sci-fi film "Oblivion," working with star Tom Cruise and preparing for "Tron 3."

WC12: Hollywood and Comics Collide

WC12: Hollywood and Comics Collide

Comic books have become easy targets for Hollywood film adaptations and a panel of experts assembled at WonderCon 2012 to discuss the relationship between the film and comic industries.

Tom Cruise Signs On For Radical's

Tom Cruise Signs On For Radical's "Oblivion"

While the project from "TRON Legacy" director Joseph Kosinski boasts a $100 million budget, it appears as though the Radical-produced script and eventual illustrated novel "Oblivion" will star Tom Cruise in an apocalyptic turn.

CCI: Kosinski Illuminates

CCI: Kosinski Illuminates "Oblivion"

"Tron Legacy" director Joseph Kosinski took time out from Comic-Con chaos to discuss his first creator-owned book coming out from Radical Publishing, "Oblivion," while also sharing his thoughts on comic book films.

NYCC: Radical Announces Project by “Tron 2” Director Joe Kosinski

NYCC: Radical Announces Project by “Tron 2” Director Joe Kosinski

Radical announced “Oblivion” at its panel at NYCC. Written by Joseph Kosinski with art by Tae, the project is... not exactly a comic. CBR News spoke with Radical publisher Barry Levine about it.