Olivia Wilde teases Tron: Legacy follow-up
Olivia Wilde would be "thrilled" to take part in a follow-up to 'Tron: Legacy'.
The 26-year-old actress, who plays computer character Quorra in the film, is excited there may be a sequel as she would get to explore her character in the real world - as she escapes the computer-generated land at the end of the movie, much like Daryl Hannah's mermaid character in classic 80s comedy 'Splash'.
She said: "I'm so thrilled to play Quorra in the human world. It would be sort of like 'Splash'. I want to see her whispering to laptops and hugging toasters."
The brunette beauty also reveals Cillian Murphy, who plays a small but important role in 'Tron: Legacy', is likely to make a comeback in any forthcoming instalment.
She told MTV News: "Cillian Murphy we were so lucky to have in this film. His part in 'Tron: Legacy' is so mysterious and cool. His role really fits into the mythology of 'Tron', the corrupt environment of ENCOM. It just shows you that this fight is far from over."
The film's producer Justin Springer has previously confirmed a third movie is a possibility.
He said: "'Legacy' definitely ends in a way that there are opportunities to continue the story."