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See How the ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Team Created That Breathtaking Cameo
See How the ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Team Created That Breathtaking Cameo
If you haven’t seen Blade Runner 2049 yet (dude, what is your deal), you’ll want to avoid reading any further. The below post contains a MAJOR SPOILER for Denis Villeneuve’s sequel to Ridley Scott’s sci-fi classic, which recaptured the spirit of its predecessor in more ways than one — particularly as it’s already become an under seen (and under-appreciated) piece of cinematic art. Beyond that, not only does Blade Runner 2049 recreate — and elevate — the gorgeously dreary atmosphere of Scott’s original, but it also recreated one of its most fantastic elements.
‘Blade Runner 2049’ Prequel Short Gives Dave Bautista ‘Nowhere to Run’
‘Blade Runner 2049’ Prequel Short Gives Dave Bautista ‘Nowhere to Run’
A couple of weeks ago, Warner Bros. released the first in a trilogy of short prequel films for Blade Runner 2049. Set in 2036, that short introduced us to Jared Leto’s enigmatic antagonist Niander Wallace. The second prequel short dropped today, and it gives us a little background on another new character: Sapper, played by Dave Bautista, who gets to put some of those famous pro-wrestling skills to use in Denis Villeneuve’s upcoming sequel to Ridley Scott’s sci-fi classic.
The ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Trailer Teaser Is Here to Maintain Order
The ‘Blade Runner 2049’ Trailer Teaser Is Here to Maintain Order
The full trailer for Blade Runner 2049 arrives on Monday, but the latest teaser of said trailer is available now and it is ... well it is short. It’s just 15 seconds. But there is some cool stuff in that 15 seconds. Maybe not enough to justify having a separate teaser, but cool stuff all the same, including some new shots of Ryan Gosling’s character and an old shot of Harrison Ford’s character, Rick Deckard.
‘Blade Runner 2′ Moving Forward With ‘Heroes’ and ‘Green Lantern’ Writer
‘Blade Runner 2′ Moving Forward With ‘Heroes’ and ‘Green Lantern’ Writer
Ridley Scott's science-fiction classic 'Blade Runner' may be more than 30 years old, but it still feels as fresh and exciting as it did upon release back in 1982. Perhaps that's why the current rights-holders (who acquired the name in 2011) are so fervent about creating a sequel -- it's a pre-built universe that feels like it's ready for dozens of additional stories. And with the news that a new w