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Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford seen together in ‘Blade Runner 2049’ first teaser trailer

22 December 2016 Entertainment News


Fourth Estate Staff

Hollywood, CA, United States (4E) – Last Monday, the first official trailer of “Blade Runner 2049” was released and it showed the stars of the new flick Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford.

“Blade Runner 2049” will be out in theaters this October 2017 and in the official first trailer revealed, it seems that the earth will be much different as opposed to the first “Blade Runner” flick. In one of the scenes, the smog was so bad that Gosling’s character was walking through a yellow orange surrounding. A statue’s head was also seen in the trailer and a building was where Ford’s character has been living. Gosling’s character has been looking for Ford’s character because he believes they could save humanity together.

Ford was seen holding a gun when he heard Gosling play a key in the piano. Ford’s character said that he used to do the job of Gosling’s character once and he was good at it. Gosling then answered back by saying that things were much simpler then.

“Blade Runner 2049” shows both the old and the young blade runners. The lines of Ford’s Deckard and Gosling’s K made fans wonder how bad the world has been after 30 years. It is believed that the Replicants are ruining the earth or are running things during that year.

More on “Blade Runner 2049,” director Dennis Villeneuve said that it will not be rated PG-13 as it will be rated R. The sequels to dark 80s movies are expected to be as violent and as dark as the original so it is understandable that “Blade Runner 2049” will be getting a rated R rating. It is believed that the success of “Deadpool” influenced the R rating for “Blade Runner 2049.” Other R-rated 2017 flicks are “Logan” and “Alien: Covenant.”

Also, it was revealed that “Blade Runner 2049” might get more sequels as Villeneuve said that they would see how the sequel will be accepted and from there more movies might be made. The movie was made 36 years after the release of the original movie and Ford reprised his role as Deckard in the original flick.

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