The third installment of Disney‘s Tron film franchise seems to be in the works, and masked electronic duo Daft Punk have reportedly signed on to return to compose the score. The planned sequel to 2010’s Tron: Legacy which featured a 30+ track soundtrack from Daft Punk, has been confirmed by Mitchell Leib, who is the President Of Music & Soundtracks for Walt Disney Studios.

Lieb confirmed the duo’s participation during a recent episode of the Light The Fuse podcast which explores the Mission: Impossible franchise. Leib mentioned he’d recently met with Daft Punk’s manager, Paul Hahn, and added, “We’re looking at making a sequel to Tron [Legacy] now. We’re making a Tron 3.” Lieb also mentioned that a “Really phenomenal script” has already been written and greenlit by the studio.

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“Whereas the timing wasn’t right to have done it years ago, I think we feel like the timing is right now and we learned a lot of lessons from that last movie,” Lieb added about the followup to 2010’s Tron: Legacy, which starred Jeff Bridges, Garrett Hedlund, and Olivia Wilde. Daft Punk’s soundtrack for the film went on to peak at No. 6 on the Billboard 200 album sales chart in the U.S. and has since been certified with Gold sales status by RIAA.

“The right and first thing to do is to bring Daft Punk back and see if they want to [return],” Lieb continued. “We don’t even know who will be directing yet. We’re hopeful that Joe Kosinski will come back and do another one. A lot of things gotta fall into the right places.”

Earlier this year, it was reported that the masked duo might release their first album since 2013’s Random Access Memories thanks to some supposed leaked documents, but those rumors proved less than accurate. In 2018, Daft Punk’s Thomas Bangalter released a 14-minute original single entitled, “Riga (Take 5)”.