Ridley Scott’s film Blade Runner is now considered a cinema classic, but when the movie was first run by producers, they came up with a long list of gripes about how much they weren’t happy with it. They called it slow, boring and wondered if the writers and director were on drugs.
Original Blade Runner screenwriter coming back for the sequel, movie will take place “some years” after original
A few more details of the in-pre-production Blade Runner sequel— screenwriter Hampton Fancher, who wrote the script for the original Blade Runner is coming back to work with director Ridley Scott, and the new BR movie will be a sequel, not a prequel, taking place “some years” after the first film.
There’s just been tons of Lego related stories lately… it just seems like that time of year. But of the Lego things I’ve seen over the past week, these custom-made Blade Runner minifigs make my heart go all sorts of pitter-patter. They were made by Legohaulic on commission.
Once Ridley Scott has Prometheus in the bag, his next major project will likely be revisiting another classic film— Blade Runner. And in news that makes my pants feel all funny, it’s rumored that Harrison Ford is in talks with Scott to appear in this new Blade Runner movie.
In 1982, The Blade Runner Sketchbook was published, and it featured a treasure trove of concept and production artwork from Blade Runner. Everything from characters to costumes to sets to individual props had been meticulously sketched out in detail.
At $500 Canadian, it’s a pretty expensive trench coat, but are you going to go hunting Replicants in that Old Navy piece of shit? This coat, a perfect replica of the one Harrison Ford wore in Blade Runner is only available until December 31st, so if you’re going to get it, you might as well get it now.
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