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Published: Tue, May 09, 2017
Entertainment | By Alexander Flowers

The BLADE RUNNER sequel is here


The new trailer introduces us to Reynolds' role as a cop, embroiled in a mystery that leads him to meet Deckard (Harrison Ford). Starring in the sequel are Harrison Ford, Ryan Gosling, Ana de Armas, Jared Leto, Robin Wright, Dave Bautista, Mackenzie Davis and more.

My first thought, unexpectedly, upon watching the Blade Runner 2049 trailer, was wondering whether or not Replicants can have children.

The new high-resolution images offer a look at the stunning cinematography glimpsed in the trailer captured by legendary cinematographer Roger Deakins who teams back up with Sicario director Denis Villeneuve on the film. If you've got a smart TV or a similar large screen, we suggest you watch the trailer on that to fully appreciate the beauty in the trailer.

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The sequel's story takes place 30 years after the original film's events. "And it was an interesting experience, a very gratifying experience". I think we just sat around a table pretty soon after he arrived and just started working. Sure, big questions - What does it mean to be human? Those anxious that Blade Runner 2049 might go down that same road can take solace in a couple of things: (1) There's still so much we don't know, and more importantly, (2) Denis Villeneuve.

If you're a science fiction fan, you know that Warner Bros. posted the official film trailer for Blade Runner 2049. The film debuts on October 6 in theaters.

Harrison Ford, who is returning to the film sequel as Rick Deckard, is also shown, but the footage shown of him is nearly the same shot used in the first trailer which was released in December 2016.

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