Actor Harrison Ford (Blade Runner, Indiana Jones, Star Wars -- seriously, it's Harrison Ford) reportedly suffered "moderate injuries" after the P-22 he was flying (solo) crash-landed at a Los Angeles golf course this afternoon. According to the Assoc...
In Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, he Philip K. Dick novel that inspired the film Blade Runner, a bounty hunter pursues a group of androids who have been posing as human beings. He is eventually arrested and accused of being an android himself. Show More Summary
Hey, remember how Joanna Cassidy got back into Zhora mode for us a few years ago to recreate a missing Blade Runner scene? Yeah. Safe to say she still wants a part in the sequel.
Five 1/2 reasons we shouldn't totally freak over the idea of a sequel.
Most official movie tie-in video games are terrible, which has lead to a quarter-century drought of desirable licensed movie games. Aside from Blade Runner, Disney’s Aladdin and Goldeneye on the N64, you can pretty much cast them all into the fires of hell. Show More Summary
Amy and Devin take on one of the sacred cows of scifi cinema.
Sir Ridley Scott has made some of the greatest genre movies of all time, but in the last several years, he's also made some horrible mistakes. But his misfires and missed opportunities pale before the grievous error he's about to make: creating a sequel to Blade Runner. Read more...
In what almost seems to be a year-long wait for any updates on the purported "Blade Runner" sequel, recent casting news now confirmed franchise star returning to reprise lead role.
Will we find out if he is a replicant?
BLADE RUNNER 2 calls the whole first movie into question - depending on which version you like.
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Good news for sci-fi fans: The sequel to Blade Runner is moving ahead, with Harrison Ford attached. Denis Villeneuve, who directed Prisoners with Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal, will direct the follow-up to Ridley Scott’s 1982 film. The Blade Runner redux takes place decades after the original movie, and Ford will, of course, play Rick Deckard. Show More Summary
Blade Runner, easily one of the best sci-fi movies of the '80s, is getting a sequel three decades after the original film was released. And Deadline.com confirms that Harrison Ford is onboard to reprise his role …
Well, this is happening. It seems. After years (and years) of idle speculation and rumor mongering, Blade Runner 2 is finally moving forward with it’s old star and a new director. Sadly, Sir Ridley Scott will not be sitting in the director’s chair for the long awaited follow-up to his 1982 film Blade Runner, but […]
Ridley Scott to serve as producer, Denis Villeneuve to direct.
Ridley Scott to produce, original writer Hampton Fancher to script.
This movie is definitely happening.