Blade Runner Sequel Title Officially Revealed

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Director Denis Villeneuve (Sicario and the upcoming Arrival), told EW that the events in the new film take place several decades after the Ridley Scott-directed original, and the setting is once again a future dystopian Los Angeles.

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Hampton Fancher, who was responsible for turning Philip K. Dick’s 1968 novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? into the Blade Runner screenplay, has returned for its sequel, along with Michael Green (Alien: Covenant).

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It was Fancher who managed to soothe Villeneuve’s preproduction anxiety. He said that Blade Runner was a dream. We only need to dream and not worry about sense. That gave me the best technique for move forward.” and removed so much pressure

Blade Runner 2049, from Alcon Entertainment, will arrive in theatres one year from today on Oct. 6, 2017. You can see a fresh picture of Villeneuve, Scott, Ford, and Gosling on the picture’s place below.

Generally, we have been referring to the forthcoming sequel to Ridley Scott’s 1982 sci fi classic with a grab bag of shorthand names.

The New Blade Runner, or things like The Untitled Blade Runner Sequel, or Director Denis Villeneuve’s Coming Blade Runner Film That’s Ryan Gosling In It. That all endings, as the official name was declared today.

There is a hashtag contained in the press release, of course (#BladeRunner2049), but apart from that there is little else disclosed about the storyline itself.

That is a fresh picture outside, yet, with Harrison Ford, and Scott, Villeneuve, Gosling chewing the fat over some Blade Runner weapons. (Assess the bar in the picture up above — they are there.)

Whether you loathe or enjoy the new title will most probably depend on how excited you’re about understanding the precise year the new movie occurs. The original was set in 2019, so it is not bad they’re tacking on an additional 30 years because the Los Angeles of now actually does not seem anything like the dystopian vision crowds wowed with way back when. But hey — there is still time.