Back in October, Entertainment Weekly revealed some of the secrets behind Blade Runner 2049's most startling cameo, Sean Young’s Rachael Replicant from the original 1982 film. But the VFX company who resurrected Rachael for the sequel has finally shared a fascinating and detailed breakdown of how it created the…
When it comes to the world of Blade Runner, the mysteries have always been better than the solutions. Part of why a sequel like Blade Runner 2049 even exists is because the original film asked so many hard questions and gave so few concrete answers—and it’s a tradition that continues with the new film.
Blade Runner 2049 is already looking to answer some of the biggest mysteries about the world of the iconic movie (although maybe not Blade Runner’s most enduring mystery). But a new rumor swirling around the sequel about one potential returning star opens a whole new can of worms for 2049 to tackle.
This almost got overlooked with all the Doctor Who busienss going on, but the crowd-funded Trek project from Tim Russ (Tuvok) and Walter Koenig (Chekov) finally has a trailer!
During promotion for Ender's Game in the U.K., Harrison Ford told IGN that 1) he's "chatted" with director Ridley Scott about a follow-up to the 1981 scifi classic Blade Runner and 2) he would be willing to return to the role. This is probably a bad thing.
Actress Sean Young thinks not casting Sean Young in the long-rumored Blade Runner sequel, supposedly to be directed by Ridley Scott, is the stupidest thing ever. How stupid? Well, she's asked the general population to boycott the movie if Blade Runner 2 has the gall to be made without her involvement.
Take a look at the cast and crew on David Lynch's Dune, narrated by Sean Young and mindbogglingly set to the tune of "The Entertainer." Watch Sting eat lunch with the cast as Young fondly remembers his blue thong. Watch the people of Arrakis dance about in their desert suits. And hear Young wax on about the…
While filming Blade Runner, actress Sean Young (a.k.a. Rachael the replicant) took these charming Polaroid shots of the cast and crew goofing around. They're like Hipstamatic shots of C-beams glittering in the dark near the Tannhauser Gate.
Must-see movies are futuristic classics that shouldn't be missed. Of course, not every must-see is perfect. That's why we've rated them 1-5 on the patented "crunchy goodness" scale.
Vitals: In a distant future where semi-Islamic monarchies have outlawed computers, space travel is dependent on…