Ah, I'm not feeling it. Tron is one thing, but The Black Hole was basically a cash in on Star Wars by way of trampling all over Twenty Thousands Leagues Under The Sea. A remake would be more redundancy than I think I could handle. Throw in another thirty years of "inspiration", and this recipe could fit right into the disaster cookbook.
is a sequel, not a remake; secondly, having your protagonists be space explorers come upon a lost ship captained by a super-smart madman reminiscent
of Captain Nemo is not the same as Star Wars
by a longshot: it's more reminiscent of classic hard science fiction novels and Star Trek
(the U.S.S. Palomino
was exploring space like the U.S.S. Enterprise
did on TV). Star Wars
had little to do with it-it was more like Twenty Thousands Leagues Under The Sea
by way of 2001: A Space Odyssey
mixed with Star Trek
(a recent movie, Supernova
as well as Sunshine
were also like this, and so also was Solaris.