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Director Denis Villeneuve (Sicario, Enemy) starts shooting Blade Runner 2 this month. The only things we know about the story is there is a search for Deckard, and that pretty much everyone involved says the script is incredible.

Cast announcements have been coming fast and furious with Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Robin Wright, Mackenzie Davis, Barkhad Abdi, Dave Bautista, Ana de Armas, Sylvia Hoeks, and Carla Juri all attached.


Some concept art from the sequel has emerged (below). While retaining the look of the original film, it also appears to have upped the smog ante, presenting a toxic dystopia.


Blade Runner 2 is scheduled for release in October 5, 2017










Recommended Release: Blade Runner 2 (Novel)







Via: EW

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John V. Karavitis (1 year ago) Reply

Not impressed. And just so we're straight on things, Deckard was NOT a replicant. John V. Karavitis

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Christopher (1 year ago) Reply

I totally agree. Deckard being a replicant is Scott ret-conning the story. It doesn't make sense thematically and was certainly not a question from PKD's book.

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frodo (1 year ago) Reply

https://www.quora.com/Was-Deckard-a-replicant-in-Blade-Runner?share=1

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Genius (1 year ago) Reply

Do androids dream of Electric Sheep?

Ok yea Deckard was a replicant.

We just have to stop with these remakes that have to have the same damn characters in it! Is Sean Young going to be in here too?

I look forward to the film. The concept art isn't exactly making me want to see the film. We just need to know it's Blade Runner 2

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MrSatyre (1 year ago) Reply

Re: Deckard being or not being a replicant in the movie Blade Runner. If Ridley Scott's intention all along was for Deckard to be a replicant, he should have said so decades ago. For him to wait as long as he did to tell everyone what he intended Deckard to be (natural born human or replicant human) becomes either a stunning proof that Scott is one of the worst directors of all time---Deckard being a replicant makes the entire movie 100% pointless and overflowing with absurd inconsistencies---or he was trying to pull a Lucas and reignite interest in the film by correcting a public perception he saw as flawed but was guilty of perpetuating merely by shooting and editing the final film (pick one) in the ways that he did in exactly the same way Lucas intentionally filmed and edited Solo shooting first, and later recanting on that behavior and editing it so that Solo shoots last. Either way you examine Scott's behavior, it's akin to his thought process in Prometheus where pretty much nothing made the slightest sense when held up against anything other characters said or did, or where the "plot" went.

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Genius (1 year ago) Reply

Ridley Scott is a Legend! What are you talking about! Damn the man is behind Blade Runner, Alien, Gladiator, Legend...to name a few of the Great ones!

Prometheus made perfect sense! It was about Religion and Faith, taking the power of the God's and being punished for it...oh and there was hot chick named Vickers everyone wanted to F**k! Good movie!
Liked the Synth Bass used as a heart beat in the film. Nice Pulse style Rhythm for a Horror Score.

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Christopher (1 year ago) Reply

Amen, Genius.


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