Blade Runner

August 19, 2011 by Post Team 

Blade RunnerBlade Runner, Ridley Scott returns to his roots, returning to his final – and loved – cyberpunk film Blade Runner for Alcon Entertainment.

The filmmakers have not hired a writer, however, and even find out what the story is said producer Andrew Kosove TheWrap Thursday.

“This is without doubt the science fiction movie ever made and we are not greater remaking” he said. “It’s a prequel or a sequel.”

Alcon secured the rights to Blade Runner prequels, sequels and other projects in March. He knew then that Scott wanted to direct.

“I’m not saying it would not have happened with a plan B,” Kosove said. “But the idea was always to go to the right of Ridley and that’s exactly what we did.”

After connecting Scott, “gives people a comfort level of our seriousness,” Kosove said.

Kosove themes of the film said “are even more relevant today than nearly 30 years.”

The 1982 film is Rick Deckard, a “blade runner”, played by Harrison Ford.

Your job is to finish “replicants,” or human clones are bred to work.

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