New featurette includes previously unseen footage from 'Blade Runner 2049,' with comments from Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, director Denis Villeneuve, more
Director of the 1982 original promises the sequel will answer the long-debated question "one way or the other."
Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, and Jared Leto star in the first full trailer for 'Blade Runner 2049'. 'Arrival' director Denis Villeneuve is directing the sequel to Ridley Scott's sci-fi classic.
Get a new look at Harrison Ford's Deckard and Ryan Gosling's K in these atmospheric promo images for the long-awaited science fiction sequel.
Mark Hamill has revealed his own idea he had for Han Solo's tragic demise in "Star Wars: The...
Sony brought extended footage, and Warner Bros. came to CinemaCon with a mesmerizing behind the scenes featurette of Blade Runner 2049 with more shock and awe visuals, complete with the cast and behind-the-scenes team talking about the sequel to Ridley Scott’s R-rated 1982 sci-fi noir. In the featurette, which Warner Bros. isn’t dropping yet, Harrison Ford says, “It’s fun to play a character 30 years later and trying on old clothes and luckily they still…
Sony Motion Picture Group chairman Tom Rothman has one message for those who think fans won’t be rushing to the theaters to see “Blade Runner 2049”: “Netflix, my ass.” The studio chief dropped the zinger while debuting new footage of the “Blade Runner” sequel to exhibition industry professionals at CinemaCon, with star Ryan Gosling on... Read more »
‘Star Wars’ legend Mark Hamill has shared what’s thought to be the first ever image of him as the iconic Luke Skywalker. Hamill, who’s a keen user of social media (largely Instagram and Twitter), posted the photo of him on the Tunisian set of 1977’s ‘Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope’ (as it became known). Posting to his Instagram and Twitter accounts – both @hamillhimself – the actor described the image and how it was “perhaps” the first ever snap of him in character.
Original ‘Blade Runner’ star Edward James Olmos has confirmed he’s returning for the sequel ‘Blade Runner 2049’, having filmed a single scene. The actor who played Gaff, the Cityspeak-spouting, origami-making vice cop who tracks Harrison Ford’s Rick Deckard to a noodle bar, revealed the news during an interview with The Trend Talk Show.
SANTA ANA, Calif. (AP) — Newly released video shows a small plane piloted by Harrison Ford flying low over an airliner with 116 people aboard moments before he mistakenly landed on a taxiway at a Southern California airport.
Harrison Ford flew ‘dangerously close’ to a commercial passenger plane while flying his own private aircraft, according to reports. According to NBC News, the 74-year-old ‘Star Wars’ actor was landing his single-engine plane at John Wayne Airport in Orange County, California, on Monday when the incident occurred. Rather than the runway he was cleared to land on, he instead flew over an American Airlines 737 passenger plane bound for Dallas with 110 passengers on board.
It may have taken over 5 weeks but ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ has made a billion dollars. Gareth Edwards’ ‘Star Wars’ spin-off has, as many pundits predicted, crossed the $1 billion mark at the worldwide box office, having taken 39 days to do what ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ breezed to in just 12 days. Clearly it’s unfair to compare the two. ‘The Force Awakens’ was the first film for the franchise since 2005’s ‘Revenge of the Sith’ and marked an anticipated return that was not only directed by JJ Abrams, but featured classic stars like Harrison Ford and the late Carrie Fisher.
Denis Villeneuve’s sci-fi sequel ‘Blade Runner 2049’ was shrouded in mystery until its stunning teaser trailer released late last year.
Film fans everywhere have been wowed by the recent teaser trailer for ‘Blade Runner 2049,’ Denis Villeneuve’s long-awaited follow-up film to Ridley Scott’s 1982 science fiction classic ‘Blade Runner.’ However, devotees of the original film are likely to have one key question they’re dying to get an answer to. An adaptation of Philip K Dick’s novel ‘Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?’, ‘Blade Runner’ follows Harrison Ford’s cop Rick Deckard as he hunts down illegal replicants – artificial human beings – in a dystopian future of 2019 (which seemed so far away at the time).
Denis Villeneuve, the man who has been tasked with crafting the sequel to the sci-fi noir classic ‘Blade Runner’, has confirmed that ‘Blade Runner 2049’ will be R-rated. After the release of the mesmerising first trailer for ‘Blade Runner 2049’ there were some concerns that the film could be diluted down to appeal to as large an audience as possible, something that the likes of ‘Terminator 3’ and ‘Die Hard 4’ have both done in previous years. “My producers are finding it fun to remind me that it will be one of the most expensive R-rated independent feature films ever made,” Denis Villeneuve confirmed.
The first trailer for ‘Blade Runner 2049’ has been released by Warner Bros. and it’s pretty impressive. Featuring Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford, directed by Denis Villeneuve fresh from his ‘Arrival’ success, and produced by Ridley Scott, ‘Blade Runner 2049’ looks set to be as stylish and inventive as the 1982 original. The weird, glitchy soundtrack – presumably by ‘Arrival’ composer Jóhann Jóhannsson – combined with the gorgeous Roger Deakins cinematography instantly puts us back into the neo-noir world we last visited over 30 years ago.