Ridley Scott recently shed some light on his plans for Blade Runner 2, and he even shared his plans for Harrison Ford's role in the film. Scott had announced over the summer that he had officially put in an offer to Harrison Ford to reprise his role of Rick Deckard, and it seems he has now officially accepted. Show More Summary
Blade Runner 2 is going to start production sometime in 2015. That’s the good news. The bad news is that despite rumors to the contrary earlier this year, it doesn’t appear that Ridley Scott is going to be directing. More good news is...Show More Summary
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Those of you wondering how Ridley Scott was going to juggle Martian, Prometheus 2 and Blade Runner 2 have your answer. Scott, doing promotion for Exodus: Gods and Kings (in theaters on December 12), tells Variety he will no longer get behind the camera for the Blade Runner sequel. But also shared some other little […]
Sad news today for the half-dozen Ridley Scott fans left on futuristic-present-day Earth: Scott, creator of Alien, Blade Runner and… Read More
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Ridley Scott is letting someone else take over the Blade Runner sequel. The director revealed that he is no longer going to direct the film. He helped developed the screenplay alongside Hampton Fancher (who, with David Peoples, wrote the original film), and will still be active in the sequel’s development, but only as producer. Show More Summary
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Exodus helmer Ridley Scott told Variety that he will likely not direct the Blade Runner sequel he developed with scribe Hampton Fancher. "We talked at length about what it could be, and came up with a pretty strong three-act storyline, and it all makes sense in terms of how it... More »
Tucked into a long profile on Ridley Scott and his upcoming Exodus: Gods and Kings is confirmation of something we kind of suspected all along: Scott's not going to direct the Blade Runner sequel, although he will produce. We also now know more about how Harrison Ford's return will be done. Read more...
Scott will produce the sequel, expected to star Harrison Ford. Read the full article on AICN We've assumed for a long time that if the BLADE RUNNER sequel ever got off the ground, Ridley Scott would be the dude to direct it. However,...Show More Summary
In the same interview with Variety in which Ridley Scott writes off the racism in Exodus as a budgetary concern, he also says that he will no longer be directing the Blade Runner sequel. Harrison Ford, however, is still attached to return as Deckard.
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With the imminent release of Exodus: Gods and Kings upon us, Ridley Scott has been popping up here and there offering tidbits on various projects he is involved with including the widely anticipated follow-up to the Box Office Science-Fiction smash Prometheus and the follow up to perhaps one of the greatest Sci-Fi movies of our […]
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Good news first: Ridley Scott has found a solution to the problem of having double-booked Blade Runner 2 and Prometheus 2 on his calendar. Now the bad news: Ridley Scott has dropped out of Blade Runner 2, leaving it vulnerable to the Damon Lindelofs of the world. Show More Summary
Ridley Scott remains a producer on the highly-anticipated 'Blade Runner' follow-up, but he is no longer going to direct. [...]
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Ridley Scott reveals that Harrison Ford’s Rick Deckard enters in the third act of the follow-up to 1982 sci-fi classic "Blade Runner."