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  • Premier Icon Drac
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    Teaser trailer is out. I’m liking the chilling music.

    Hopefully Ridley will come good.

    [video]https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=GDscTTE-P-k[/video]

    Premier Icon sandwicheater
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    I only watched the original one last week, quickest sequel ever.

    Premier Icon boltonjon
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    Premier Icon maccruiskeen
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    Hope its good. Seems a shame to wait this long for a sequel….. and not go the whole hog- wait another 2 years and release it in the same year the first film was set.

    jimjam
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    Oh god. Not Ryan Gosling.

    Premier Icon maccruiskeen
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    Not Ryan Gosling

    If you don’t like his acting you should try feeding him some cereal – bloody impossible.

    Rorschach
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    He IS really bad at eating cereal….
    [video]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ohJtvuCAsp4[/video]

    shermer75
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    Directed by the guy who did ‘The Arrival’, right?

    shermer75
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    Also, does that mean it’s coming out on the 10th of June or the 6th of October? lol 🙂

    shermer75
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    Oh god. Not Ryan Gosling.

    I don’t mind The Gos. His face is like a blank slate that you can project any emotion of your choosing on to lol

    Premier Icon thepurist
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    Please please please please please don’t be shit.

    drlex
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    ^ cautious optimism

    stuey
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    “so we could buy a real sheep.”

    CountZero
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    Cautiously optimistic.

    Premier Icon Ming the Merciless
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    Hope it’ll be brilliant
    Prepare for it to be rubbish

    shermer75
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    If Deckard’s a robot why does he look old?

    drlex
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    I’d be more optimistic, if Ridley Scott hadn’t brought us “Prometheus”.

    rone
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    Denis Villeneuve at the helm. Ridley Scott can stay well away after Prometheus.

    Never really liked Blade Runner, even as a film buff it’s never done anything for me. The chopping around of versions never helps.

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    shermer75 – Member

    If Deckard’s a robot why does he look old?

    To **** with nerds.

    Alternatively, the various edits have created parallel universes.

    jimjam
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    drlex
    I’d be more optimistic, if Ridley Scott hadn’t brought us “Prometheus”.

    rone
    Denis Villeneuve at the helm. Ridley Scott can stay well away after Prometheus.

    Ridley was making stinkers long before Prometheus. Alien, Blade Runner and (maybe) Gladiator aside, his output has been very average.

    Premier Icon nickc
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    , his output has been very average

    Yeah, cos Thelma and Louise, black rain, black hawk down, legand, the duelists are all shit

    rone
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    Ridley was making stinkers long before Prometheus. Alien, Blade Runner and (maybe) Gladiator aside, his output has been very average.

    Yes but he’d not made a sci-fi stinker.

    But I’d agree his filmography is diverse but there is a lot of rubbish. A lot.

    jimjam
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    Yeah, cos Thelma and Louise, black rain, black hawk down, legand, the duelists are all shit

    I didn’t really think much of Thelma and Louise. Black Rain was ok, I watched it again recently and it’s pretty standard cop thriller fare with nice visuals. Black Hawk Down is a steaming pile of shit, Legend is laughably bad albeit novel for seeing Tom Cruise dressed like a fairy and The Duellists is visually lovely but otherwise pretty boring.

    Even if I concede that the five films you listed are brilliant, along with the three I mentioned that’s eight films out of twenty three.

    Pigface
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    Officially interested

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    Going it’ll be good, but prepared for it to be meh. I don’t mind Gosling, he’s pretty good in Nice Guy’s.

    Premier Icon monkeysfeet
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    Sequels are never as good as the original. Apart from Bill and Ted’s Bogus Journey 😉
    It’ll be worth a watch regardless as the original film was great.

    PrinceJohn
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    Interesting one… certainly a film that needs no sequel – will be interesting if it’s another standalone movie or if they’re trying to make a franchise & if it’s similar to The Force Awakens in that it’s essentially just a re-tread of the first movie… So Many Questions!!

    jekkyl
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    will they answer the question if he was a replicant or not?

    jimjam
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    My gut tells me maybe.

    Rorschach
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    Yeah, cos Thelma and Louise, black rain, black hawk down, legand, the duelists are all shit

    Yes.

    ready
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    Sounds like Vangelis are in but looks like neon umbrellas are out! I so want it to be good but I fear the worst..

    fasthaggis
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    Please please please please please don’t be shit.

    times lots

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    Random fact, a mate of mine is a tech geek in the movie industry. Due to personal commitments he’s had to turn down the offer to work on the new BR. I can’t imagine how gutted he is…!

    If Deckard’s a robot why does he look old?

    In the book most people couldn’t afford pets so they bought replicant pets. real pets were a status symbol. To create the illusion of “realness”, quality replicant pets were built with failsafe circuits circuits so that, if they failed, they exhibited sick animal symptoms. An extension of that would be that if a humanoid replicant was built to mimic all human characteristics, then aging would be one of them. Possibly with the ability to regenerate to a younger form on a change of owner.
    Or if, like Rachel, he wasn’t supposed to know then he’d have to age.

    To **** with nerds.

    well that seems to have worked

    dlr
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    Stupid American date format! Thought it was out in June but no, October! Watched the Final Cut (again) straight after seeing this trailor (I have the big box set thing). Amazing how good some of the affects look today even in old films pre cgi.

    If Deckard’s a robot why does he look old?

    SPOILER!!

    😛

    Gosling’s wooden acting and blank expression will set him up perfectly for being a budget model replicant

    shermer75
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    Amazing how good some of the affects look today even in old films pre cgi.

    Or they look so good because it’s pre-cgi 🙂

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