Warner Brothers has also released a set photo with Ridley Scott, Denis Villeneueve, Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford and if you look closely you’ll find two Blasters on the table
The title for the upcoming Blade Runner sequel will be “Blade Runner 2049”. From the title we get a hint that the movie will be taking place 30 years after the original Blade Runner. “Blade Runner 2049” is set to be released on October 6, 2017 and in the cast you’ll find Jared Leto (Suicide Squad), Ana De Armas (War Dogs), Ryan Gosling (Drive), Robin Wright (Forrest Gump), Dave Bautista (Guardians Of The Galaxy), Lennie James (The Walking Dead) and Harrison Ford whom once again will be playing Rick Deckard. Denis Villeneuve (Sicarrio) will be directing and the Icelandic composer Jóhann Jóhannsson will create the soundtrack to the movie
Neither IMDB or Alcon Entertainment has been updated with the the new title “Blade Runner 2049” (however, the official Facebook page has been updated)
Alcon Entertainment is joining with virtual reality company Oculus to create content and distribute content around the October, 2017 release of Blade Runner 2049, through a new company division called Alcon Interactive. The VR experiences will be exclusively distributed on the Oculus platform
So, news concerning the “Blade Runner 2” movie floats around the net and here are some of the latest news.
- Ryan Gosling will (still in negotiations for doing the movie) be the central character and Ridley Scott has said that there might be additional sequels (with Gosling).
- Denis Villeneuve was not Ridley’s the first choice for doing the next Blade Runner movie, Ridley Scott whom has worked on a sequel for years got rejected when he offered the movie to his first choice on doing the movie.
- The movie will once and for all settle and show that Deckard are an Replicant
On the whole Deckard being a Replicant, Ridley Scott says
Of course he’s a bloody Replicant! He’s going to have to admit it… I’m not going to tell you [how the question of replicant expiration is addressed]. You’ll have to see the story. It’ll all make sense.
On getting rejected by his choice of director of “Blade Runner 2”
“I asked somebody before, who I though would be right – I would rather not say who it is. He just said ‘I’m not going to do that, I’m never going to follow through on that
According to BBC and Independent.co.uk domain names including bladerunnerandroidsdreammovie.com and androidsdreammovie.com have been registered by a company that has been used in the past by Warner Bros.
So, it seems like the upcoming Blade Runner movie will be entitled “Blade Runner: Androids Dream”. So far, not much is known about the project besides that Harrison Ford will be in the movie, Ryan Gossling is in negotiations to star in the movie and that will be directed by Denis Villeneuve, Roger Deakins will be the Cinematographer and the Screenplay is written by Hampton Fancher (Ridley Scott & Michael Green is credited with “Story” at IMDB)
Deadline has published a great interview with Ridley Scott in which he talks about how Star Wars got him to do Alien instead of Tristan & Isolde. This is a really interesting interview which also let’s us know how he’s makes some of the decisions he does when he films.
The reason to why he’s not directing the next Blade Runner seems to be having or wanting to continue working on the next Prometheus film.
DEADLINE: Why didn’t you direct the sequel?
SCOTT: Alcon bought the title, and asked if I had any ideas. I did. So fundamentally it’s my essay about what happens and what the film is about. I was going to get writers, but decided to call up my old buddy Hampton Fancher because he walks the walk and talks the talk, albeit in these awful sandals. We came up with a nice tight target. He said he wouldn’t write the screenplay, but wrote a short novel. This was one of the writers I had the best experience with, on the original Blade Runner, meeting him every day, polishing the script. We’d solve one problem and there would be another. It drove him crazy but what happened is that what started off as a small contained play inside an apartment, and into an epic. The new one, we’ve got a very good director in Denis Villenueve. He has taken my script, from Hampton and Michael Green, and that’s what he’ll make. I can’t direct them all, and I have to do Prometheus.
You can read the whole interview at
The British Film Institute will have Blade Runner: The Final Cut in some cinemas in the UK during April, May, June and July and they also made a brand new trailer that is really good,
“This new trailer captures the essence of the film and I hope will inspire a new generation to see Blade Runner” – Ridley Scott
For the dates and where you can see Blade Runner on the big screen, check out BFI’s page about the upcoming screenings
Denis Villeneuve, director of “Enemy” and “Prisoners” is according to IMDB set as director of the still untitled next Blade Runner movie (Blade Runner 2) and it is also now sure that Harrison Ford will be in the movie (which some sources report will “come out” in 2017).
We are honored that Harrison is joining us on this journey with Denis Villeneuve, who is a singular talent, as we experienced personally on Prisoners,” producers Andrew Kosove and Broderick Johnson said in a statement. (source)
Andrew Kosove & Broderick Johnson are producing the movie (for Alcon Enterntainment) along with Bud Yorkin, Cynthia Sikes Yorkin and Ridley Scott (source) and original screenplay writer Hampton Fincher collaborating on the script together with Michael Green (and according to IMDB also Ridley Scott).
Now, with Harrison Ford (being said) to reprise his role, does that mean that Deckard is human ?. Could Harrison Ford perhaps play the character that they cast Rick Deckard from ?
What do you think ?
Post a comment and tell us what you think!
Amazon.com are now streaming their own TV-Series and has the pilot of “The Man In The High Castle” available for you to watch (for free, as all of their pilot episodes) at their website. “The Man In The High Castle” is an alternate history novel written by Philip K. Dick and takes place in the U.S.A. which after World War 2 (which in PKD’s story did not end as it did in reality) is under German and Japanese control.
The series has been adapted by Frank Spotnitz and is produced for Amazon by Ridley Scott, David Zucker and Jordan Sheehan for Scott Free, Stewart Mackinnon and Christian Baute for Headline Pictures, and Isa Hackett and Kalen Egan for Electric Shepherd.
You can watch the first episode, for free here.
Sir Ridley Scott says that he “might” direct “Blade Runner 2” In an interview with Yahoo Movies. He says that it’s his most personal film and might still direct it. The script is according to Sir Scott very good.
To watch the interview, click here
What are your thoughts on the next Blade Runner movie ?
Have your say in the comment section 🙂
In an article in Varitey we get some more news on “Blade Runner 2”. First of all, it seems like Ridley will be producing Blade Runner movie (but not directing it) and that Harrison Ford will be returning as Rick Deckard (Good luck making him a replicant with a four year lifespan) and will come in “the third act” and the story which is written by Hampton Fancher is “a three style story act and it all makes sense in terms of how it relates to the first one,” says Scott”
You can find the complete Variety article here
First of all, the site is not dead. Real Life is keeping me busy but I’ll try to add more news a bit faster.
Now, there are much of gossip and rumors on what “Blade Runner 2” (?) will be, whom is doing the writing and if Harrison Ford will be in it. I think we should consider all of this as fun ingredients in the boiling pot that might end up as a new Blade Runner movie.
Personally I hope that Ridley Scott will be involve, otherwise they can scrap the whole thing. As of now it seems like Hampton Fancher might do some of the writing for the story.
As of now, all I do know is that Alcon Entertainment is the company behind this new production
I’ll hand you a bunch of links to website where you can find more informtion, as you can see by the date they where posted Im way behind on the updates of this site and for that I am sorry
Warner Bros. Based Alcon Entertainment Eyes Rights to BLADE RUNNER Prequels and Sequels (Colider, March 2’nd 2011)
Producers of new ‘Blade Runner’ movie: Here’s what we can do with our film (oh, and we’d love to bring back Ridley Scott) (LATimes blog, March 2’nd 2011)
Blade Runner, The Sequel. Or The Prequel. (boingboing, March 3’rd 2011)
What can we expect from the new Blade Runner movie? We asked the producers (io9, March 3’rd 2011)
‘Blade Runner’ Sequel: Hampton Fancher Will Pen Follow-Up To Ridley Scott’s Classic (Huffington Post, 18’th May 2012)