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Welcome back to the Toy Aisle, io9's new weekly collection of the best toys around. This week, we’ve got cosmic Marvel monopoly, adorable Power Rangers toys for toddlers, a gorgeous Blade Runner collectible, and more Star Wars goodness than you could shake a double-bladed lightsaber at. Read more...
Blade Runner, The Matrix, and the original Ghost in the Shell are just a few of the films that Metrograph will offer starting this Friday.
Legendary industrial artist gets a photo-packed coffee table tome from Titan Books The post Aliens, Blade Runner Designer Syd Mead Releases New Art Book appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Another familiar face joins Denis Villeneuve's mysterious sequel. Read more...
Olmos has confirmed he will again portray the mysterious, Cityspeaking cop from the original 1982 film Blade Runner. The post Edward James Olmos to Reprise Role as Gaff in Blade Runner 2049 appeared first on CBR.
Harrison Ford won't be the only actor from the original Blade Runner movie reprising their character for Blade Runner 2049.
Edward James Olmos Reprises Gaff In BLADE RUNNER 2049!! Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! Edward James Olmos, who in his pre-Bill Adama days played origami-loving blade runner Eduardo Gaff, shall be reprising the role in...Show More Summary
In the original Blade Runner, Edward James Olmos appeared as the enigmatic Blade Runner Eduardo Gaff who worked with the LAPD. He wasn’t in very many scenes, but he was memorable for his use of the film’s Cityspeak language, and for his tendency to leave little origami figures lying about. ... More »
Edward James Olmos confirmed in a new interview that he will return as Gaff from the original sci-fi classic in Denis Villeneuve's Blade Runner 2049.
"It's too bad she won't live. But then again, who does?" Other than the obvious "tears in the rain" line, the above bit of dialogue, from Edward James Olmos' character Gaff is my favorite line from BLADE RUNNER. Show More Summary
Decades before he confirmed himself as a bonafide science fiction icon as Admiral Adama in the great Battlestar Galactica remake series, Edward James Olmos had a key role in Ridley Scott’s 1982 masterpiece, Blade Runner. Now, we know...Show More Summary
The sequel arrives in October The post Edward James Olmos Confirms Return for Blade Runner 2049 appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
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A sequel without some sort of appearance of the dapper detective seemed inconceivable, but until TheTRENDTalk sat down with Edward James Olmos recently, he had repeatedly stated that he was not involved with or going to be in Blade Runner 2049. Now he’s let the cat out of the bag and explained why he’s been […]
Some very fun cameos are confirmed for the Power Rangers movie. Get new details on a creepy scene with David the android in Alien: Covenant. Plus, tons of new pictures from The Walking Dead, and new footage from DuckTales, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, and the impending return of iZombie. To me, my Spoilers! Read more...
A decade after Pistorius led track-and-field officials to reconsider rules on the use of artificial limbs, Hunter Woodhall, 18, faces the same gray guidelines.
In honor of a Blade Runner sequel 35 years after Ridley Scott's original.
Hollywood's depictions of the future are usually pretty far-fetched — like the flying cars of "Blade Runner" and the hoverboards in "Back to the Future II." The World Economic forum surveyed over 800 experts and executives to find out what the future will actually look like. Show More Summary
"I would know if I was a replicant!" We're always on the lookout for good sci-fi short films. Tears In The Rain is an intriguing little short from South Africa that is clearly directly inspired by Blade Runner, set in the world of Philip K. Show More Summary