Harrison Ford talked about his new movie the sequel to 1982 hit film Blade Runner, at a Saturday appearance at Comic-Con International in San Diego, California.
One fan asked Ford “Is it your goal to just reboot every iconic film you’ve ever been in?” He said, “You bet your a** it is.” And the crowd immediately started to cheer.
Ford stated that he wanted to film Blade Runner 2049 because “[w]e had a really good script based on a really good idea. It deepened the understanding of my character … It had great depth.”
In this scenario, Ryan Gosling is Blade Runner Officer K, finds out a dark secret that provokes him to get in touch with Rick Deckard, played by For
“I just remember when I was a kid it was one of the first films that I’d seen where it wasn’t clear how I was supposed to feel when it was over. There’s a moral ambiguity to it that’s quite a haunting experience,” Gosling talked about the 1982 Blade Runner,
Gosling stated that filming the sequel was a dreamlike experience.
Director Denis Villeneuve said that he wanted to make the movie because he “didn’t want anyone else to f*** it up.”
“It was my favorite movie of all time growing up and it’s part of my birth,” he stated, “my desire to be a filmmaker.”
“The original film explored the ethics and utility of replicants, and we further develop those themes in the story. But I’m not going to tell you anything about it,” he said when asked if this film answered the questions that the first created.
Blade Runner 2049 premiere will be on Oct. 7 and, like the original, is based on Philip K. Dick’s novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?
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