'Blade Runner 2049': Even Sharper Than The Original - WWNO

"I hope you don't mind me taking a liberty" are the first words spoken in Blade Runner 2049, an unlikely sequel to the oft-revised Ridley Scott sci-fi sleeper that has confounded and divided normals — and been an object of adoration for nerds — for ...

Blade Runner 2049 Changed Composers To Be More Like The Original - Screen Rant

Blade Runner 2049 director Denis Villeneuve clarified that his sudden decision to remove the film's original composer Johann Johannsson and bring in Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch was to make it sound more like the movie's predecessor. Ultimately ...

Watch Harrison Ford Repeatedly Forget Ryan Gosling's Name and Just Try Not to Laugh - Brit + Co

Who knew Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford were the ultimate comedic duo?! The star of La La Land and the Indiana Jones actor have been making the media rounds to promote their latest flick, fantasy thriller Blade Runner 2049, and during an appearance ...

Blade Runner 2049 Review - IGN Africa

The idea of making a sequel to Ridley Scott's iconic Blade Runner has long been akin to inviting a Replicant over to play chess: it was just the ultimate Bad Idea. And yet here we are, 35 years after the original noir sci-fi classic was released, and ...

Liam Dann: Robot revolution? Our economy could use the boost. - New Zealand Herald

Blade Runner starring Harrison Ford offered a dysttopian picture of the world in 2019. Picture supplied. Liam Dann. By: Liam Dann. NZ Herald Business Editor at Large. liam.dann@nzherald.co.nz @liamdann. Share via email Share on Facebook Share on ...

Watch Harrison Ford Forget Ryan Gosling's Name 3 Times in the Same Hilarious Interview - PEOPLE.com

Harrison Ford was a star before Ryan Gosling was even in grade school and Ford hasn't forgotten that — but he has forgotten Gosling's name. On Friday night's episode of The Graham Norton Show, Ford forgot his Blade Runner 2049 costar's name three ...

'Blade Runner 2049''s Villain Problem: Where's Rutger Hauer When You Need Him? - Newsweek

I'm with Rutger Hauer. The actor who played Blade Runner's Roy Batty—that most poetic of movie villains—in 1982 was surprised by the need to make a sequel to Ridley Scott's classic sci-fi film. Having seen Blade Runner 2049, I'm surprised anyone ...

Harrison Ford had a hellish time on Blade Runner but was thrilled to be asked back for the sequel - Herald Sun

HARRISON Ford could have easily been forgiven for not wanting a bar of Blade Runner 2049. Although the original Blade Runner is now revered as one of the best sci-fi films ever made, it was a commercial and critical failure after its release in 1982 ...