The second trailer for Blade Runner 2049 is here and, as expected, it’s just undeniably beautiful.
It’s April 10, 2017, and you know what that means. Yes, it’s the 276th anniversary of the Battle of Mollwitz (everybody knows that), but it also happens to be Leon Kowalski’s birthday. Well, Leon’s inception day to be precise. Who’s Leon Kowalski? He’s a replicant from the classic 1982 sci-fi film Blade Runner.
Blade Runner is considered the pinnacle of scifi filmmaking, and one of the most visually influential movies of all time. But in the age of CGI, it’s getting harder to find films that are willing to stick with the practical effects that helped make Blade Runner a cinematic legend. Luckily, the sequel’s director has…
Even fan films get lavish trailers these days—but this trailer for Slice of Life, set within the world of Blade Runner, is almost lavish enough to make us think it was coming straight from Blade Runner 2049.
When it rains, it pours. Fast on the heels of the first Blade Runner 2049 trailer, we’ve got some more details on the making of this movie and brand new images.
It goes without saying that fans have lots of questions about next year’s Blade Runner sequel, Blade Runner 2049. How has that world changed? Who are Ryan Gosling and Jared Leto playing? And, if Deckard is still around, it’s pretty obvious he’s not a Replicant, right?
There’s been approximately 50 million different cuts of Blade Runner since it first released, but we finally have the definitive version of Ridley Scott’s vision: the MS Paint cut.
A 28-year-old Hungarian construction worker was killed on the set of the untitled Blade Runner sequel, after the set he was taking apart collapsed.
The final piece of casting for Denis Villeneuve’s Blade Runner sequel has just been set—it’s Jared Leto, fresh off his polarizing take on the Joker in Suicide Squad.
The first Blade Runner movie takes place in the far-off, hard-to-imagine year 2019, and the upcoming sequel takes place several decades after that. As this first concept art reveals, the future of future L.A. isn’t bright at all.
Deckard’s sweet gun in Blade Runner was actually built from parts of real guns. Where a lot of prop weapons from films are just resin poured into a mold and then painted, Deckard’s gun looks and feels like a weapon; there’s a genuine heft to it, something inside clicks when you pull the trigger, and there’s even a…
Mother of god that’s cool-looking.
Blade Runner 2 is not a thing that should be happening. Unfortunately, Blade Runner 2 is happening, and I suppose I should get used to the idea. The fact that the vastly unnecessary sequel has just added the excellent Robin Wright to its cast should help things considerably.
As recognizable as the characters in our favorite scifi movies are, the landscapes are what completes the vision. A new poster set by artist Jordan Buckner focuses on these familiar cinematic vistas, and each one is more gorgeous than the next.
Somewhere in the world, a replicant known as Pris is enjoying her first moments on this earth.
According to Ridley Scott’s 34-year-old (!!!) scifi classic Blade Runner, January 8th, 2016, is the day the replicant designated N6MAA10816 was first incepted. But you may know him better as Roy Batty, the philosophical, sociopathic antagonist played by Rutger Hauer in the film.
Screen Rant has a new video up that explains just why a number of film locations look like you might have seen them before: they’ve been reused from film to film.
Speaking at the AFI festival, Ridley Scott gave a very detailed description of what the opening of Blade Runner 2 will look like. It involves stew, a creepy tree, and Harrison Ford.