As you might recall, the original film begins with a title screen that simply reads: "Los Angeles, November, 2019", meaning Blade Runner 2049 takes place 30 years later.
Blade Runner's sequel is almost upon us, and now we have a first official trailer to help whet our appetites.
It's finally here. The first trailer for director Denis Villeneuve's upcoming "Blade Runner" sequel has been released, giving fans their first look at the mysterious and very sandy future. Harrison Ford returns to his role of cop-turned-replicant-hunter Rick Deckard, and Ryan Gosling stars as LAPD Officer K.
The film stars Harrison Ford, Ryan Gosling, Robin Wright, Dave Bautista, Sylvia Hoeks, Ana de Armas, Carla Juri, David Dastmalchian, Barkhad Abdi, Lennie James, and Jared Leto. After watching the trailer above, are you excited for the new Blade Runner sequel?
Sadly, the waiting isn't over as Blade Runner 2049 won't arrive until October 2017. Harrison Ford played an ex-cop who tracked down escaped replicants, which were genetically engineered by the sheriff on HBO's True Blood in such detail that they had individual childhood memories.
Set 30 years after Blade Runner, the film will centre around an LAPD officer named K (Gosling) in search of Deckard, who has been missing since the events of the first movie.
No matter what Blade Runner 2049 has in store for us, we're excited from this teaser! Still, the amount of time he appears in the trailer suggests Rick Deckard will have more to do in Blade Runner 2049 than Luke Skywalker did in The Force Awakens.