Blade Runner 2049 on DVD, Blu-Ray & other formats

You can get your digital copy of Blade Runner 2049 as soon as on December 26’th and if you want to own it on Blu-Ray (or other home video formats) you’ll have to wait until January 16’th (all dates are U.S.A release dates)
Blade Runner 2049 will be available on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack ($44.95), Blu-ray 3D Combo Pack ($44.95), Blu-ray Combo Pack ($35.99) and DVD ($28.98). The 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack features an Ultra HD Blu-ray disc with the theatrical version in 4K with HDR and a Blu-ray disc also featuring the theatrical version. The Blu-ray 3D Combo Pack features the theatrical version of the film in 3D hi-definition, hi-definition and standard definition; the Blu-ray Combo Pack features the theatrical version of the film in hi-definition on Blu-ray; and the DVD features the theatrical version in standard definition.
The Blu-ray 3D Combo Pack and Blu-ray Combo Pack include a digital version of the movie in Digital HD with UltraViolet.
Blade Runner 2049 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Pack, 3D Blu-ray and Blu-ray Combo Pack contains the following special features:
· Designing The World of Blade Runner 2049
· To Be Human: Casting Blade Runner 2049
· Prologues: 2036: Nexus Dawn
· Prologues: 2048: Nowhere to Run
· Prologues: 2022: Black Out
· Blade Runner 101: Blade Runners
· Blade Runner 101: The Replicant Evolution
· Blade Runner 101: The Rise of Wallace Corp
· Blade Runner 101: Welcome to 2049
· Blade Runner 101: Joi
· Blade Runner 101: Within the Skies
Blade Runner 2049 Standard Definition DVD contains the following special features:
· Blade Runner 101: Blade Runners
· Blade Runner 101: The Replicant Evolution
· Blade Runner 101: The Rise of Wallace Corp
· Blade Runner 101: Welcome to 2049
· Blade Runner 101: Joi
· Blade Runner 101: Within the Skies

Creating Rachael (2.0) in Blade Runner 2049

I bet most of us lost out breath when she walked up those stairs to meet Deckard. Personally all I was looking for was “digital errors & mishaps” but I couldn’t find one when I saw that it really was Rachael whom had returned (even thou it wasn’t really her)
This is pure movie magic, at it’s finest form if you’d ask me and this is how it was made. You can find more information at Moving Picture Company whom created the Rachael digitally or at


Cinefex #155 – Blade Runner Special

Available on newsstands October 20, Cinefex 155 features a stunning cover shot of Ryan Gosling as LAPD officer KD6-3.7, along with a 22-page story on the making of “Blade Runner 2049” based on in-depth interviews with visual effects supervisor John Nelson, and the key effects artists who helped bring director Denis Villeneuve’s vision to the screen. The article is accompanied by 26 behind-the-scenes photos and frame clips, many of them exclusive to Cinefex.

Also in this issue, revisit Ridley Scott’s futuristic thriller by way of a Cinefex 9 retrospective, the “Blade Runner Portfolio.” Featuring some of the magazine’s favorite behind-the-scenes imagery from the making of “Blade Runner,” Cinefex takes another look at the landmark visual effects created by Douglas Trumbull and Richard Yuricich’s Entertainment Effects Group for the 1982 film.

Adam Savage, spoilerfree Blade Runner 2049 review

Adam Savage (Mythbusters) had the privilege of getting an invite to see a screening of Blade Runner 2049. He is a huge fan of Blade Runner and has the same feelings towards Blade Runner as the most avid Blade Runner fan out there and had the same fears of getting another Blade Runner movie as I have. The fears are now gone and I don’t think he could have been more positive to Blade Runner 2049 than what he is in this “Still untitled” cast. The best thing is that this is an absolutely free from spoilers so you can watch this without getting to know something you don’t want to know

So, I guess too will have to go see Blade Runner 2049. God Help Adam Savage if I leave the Cinema disappointed 😉

Why Jóhann Jóhannsson is not longer making the BR2049 Soundtrack

As you already might know. Jóhann Jóhannsson, composer and long time collaborator with Denis Villeneuve is no longer attached and doing the soundtrack to Blade Runner 2049. The reason to why this is has never been answered until now.
The website Al Arabiya let’s us know that alot of things, one is that David Bowie was the original choice to have the role of Niander Wallace (now done by Jared Leto) but also the reason to why Jóhann Jóhannsson is not doing the soundtrack for Blade Runner 2049. The score is instead created by Hans Zimmer (Gladiator, Interstellar, Inception) and Benjamin Wallfisch (It, Annabelle Creation, Hidden Figures) and the reason is somewhat related to the result not sounding more like Vangelis.

“The thing I will say is that making movies is a laboratory. It’s an artistic process. You cannot plan things. Jóhann Jóhannsson is one of my favorite composers alive today. He’s a very strong artist.


“But the movie needed something different, and I needed to go back to something closer to Vangelis. Johan and I decided that I will need to go in another direction—that’s what I will say. I hope I have the chance to work with him again because I think he’s really a fantastic composer.”

Future Noir – The Making of Blade Runner now Revised & Updated

The book that is to the fans of Blade Runner more known as the “Blade Runner Bible”, written by Paul M. Sammon IS a book that any fan of movies should read (to learn how hard making a movie really can be) and a book for fans of Blade Runner a must to have, trust me on this. You need to get this book.
If you have one of the previous two editions, I think you’ll want to buy this book anyway since the “Blade Runner Bible” now contains information on the next chapter of Blade Runner which is Blade Runner 2049
Click on the image below and you’ll be able to find your copy of the book at (and when you buy the book, you’ll help this website out too)

”BLADE RUNNER 2049 – Official Trailer” 

The official trailer for Blade Runner 2049 was released today. Feel free to press play, watch the trailer.
Dave Bautista said in this interview that he thinks that Blade Runner 2049 will be better than Blade Runner and “answer some questions”.
Well, if you’d ask me the questions are what made Blade Runner such a masterpiece, the questions are what the audience should try to answer themselves. So, another question is if we want answers? My answer to that is no. I’d like to  keep the questions and keep them unanswered.