Wilde: Tron sequel would thrill me
Olivia Wilde would be keen for a Tron sequel.
The House actress has already thought about how her character - digital creature Quorra - would cope in real life after stepping out of the computerised world at the end of the box office hit Tron: Legacy.
"I'm so thrilled to play with Quorra in the human world - it would be sort of like Splash," she told MTV News, referring to the 1984 comedy starring Daryl Hannah as a mermaid unleashed in Manhattan.
"I want to see her whispering to laptops and hugging toasters. There's a whole other chapter ahead."
Olivia also hinted audiences would see more of Cillian Murphy, whose character Edward Dillinger (an employee at Encom) has a brief appearance in Tron: Legacy.
"Cillian Murphy, we were so lucky to have in this film. His part in Tron: Legacy is so mysterious and cool," she said.
"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."