Blade Runner 2049 is an upcoming American sci-fi film written by Hampton Fancher and Michael Green directed by Denis Villeneuve. The Blade Runner 2049 is the sequel of first movie Blade Runner and will have Harrison Ford repeat his previous role as Rick Deckard other supporting actors including Ryan Gosling, Sylvia Hoeks, Ana de Armas, Robin Wright, Carla Juri, Mackenzie Davis, Lennie James, Jared Leto and Dave Bautista.
The film is officially scheduled to be released in the United States on October 6, 2017, in 2D, 3D and IMAX 3D.
Thirty years after the story of the first film, another blade runner, LAPD Officer K or Ryan Gosling, uncovers long covered mystery that can turn the leftover society into complete chaos. K’s disclosure drives him on a journey to discover Rick Deckard or Harrison Ford, a former LAPD blade runner who has been lost for 30 years.
The cast of the movie includes Ryan Gosling as LAPD Officer K
Ana de Armas as Joi, Harrison Ford as Rick Deckard, Robin Wright, Sylvia Hoeks, Carla Juri, Mackenzie Davis, Lennie James, Jared Leto, Dave Bautista, Barkhad Abdi, David Dastmalchian, Barkhad Abdi and HiamAbbass.
Well, many of you might not have been expecting it, but rather the sequel of the science fiction film Blade Runner is on it’s way to silver screen and has finished most of the shootings and production works. Beside the innovative Blade Runner team doing their best to bring the movie to life. There’s still many things we don’t know about the film. Such as Harrison Ford will repeat his role as Replicant Hunter Deckard, and a recent co-star of the movie Ryan Gosling said that Deckard wouldn’t be in that a significant part of the film.
In spite of the fact that Ford is the main cast from the first Blade Runner movie who’s been confirmed to return for Blade Runner 2049.
Since the sequel is releasing in a few months from now, there are a lot of Blade Runner 2049 puzzles in front of us, and it’s great to realize that most of the shootings, as well as production work, is completed.
The sequel to Blade Runner initially started in 1999. Stuart Hazeldine had written a script for a sequel to the film which was based on The Edge of Human, who titled the movie like Blade Runner Down; But due to many reasons project was dropped because of issues concerning the rights to the novel. Bur later Ridley Scott considered making a sequel, probably titled Metropolis, and again announced about the sequel while going to the San Diego Comic Con.
In June 2009, The New York Times announced that Scott, alongside his brother Tony Scott, both are working on a prequel to Blade Runner, set in 2019. On February 7, 2010, it was declared that the project canceled on Purefold had stopped, because of financing problems. On March 4, 2011, io9 revealed that Yorkin was building up another Blade Runner film. It was likewise announced that month that director Christopher Nolan was the wanted to make the movie.
On April 16, 2015, it was said that Ryan Gosling made talks for a role in movie productions and soon Gosling confirmed his role in November 2015, On May 20, Roger Deakins was assigned as director of photography. Leading photography was set to start in July, with Warner Bros. distributing the film locally and Columbia Pictures releasing the movie worldwide.
Leading photography of the movie Blade Runner 2019 started in July 2016 and, as of September 2016, was recording in various places of Budapest and Hungary. On August 25, 2016, Warner Bros. announced that toward the beginning of October 2016 that the film would be titled Blade Runner 2049. The shooting of the movie finished in November 2016 in Hungary.
The editing required for the post productions of the movie Blade Runner 2049 set to be in Los Angeles and initiated in December 2016; it will be gone for an R-rating.
Icelandic music composer JóhannJóhannsson, who has previously worked with various music projects Villeneuve on Sicario, Prisoners, and Arrival, will make the score to the sequel as well.
Alcon Entertainment made arrangements with innovation tech company Oculus VR to distribute the film only for its virtual reality formats and is scheduled to release on October 6, 2017. Since both IMAX and Warner Bros. partnered and made an agreement recently, Blade Runner 2049 is set for release in IMAX theaters as well shortly.