Upon discovery, he sets out the search for Rick Deckard, played by Harrison Ford, who has been AWOL for three decades.
Following the release of the posters - one of which sees Harrison stood in front of a decapitated statue - fans took to Twitter to share their delight. And it's a stark contrast to the second poster, which shows Ford being his usual kick*** self, destroying a huge porcelain figure of a face (yeah, we don't know either).
Warner Bros. has released two official posters of the highly anticipated sci-fi movie "Blade Runner 2049" and, it looks like we are in for a fun ride. First, Rick Deckard gets his own poster.
Blade Runner 2049 will center around and LAPD officer known as K (Ryan Gosling).
Blade Runner 2049 is one of the most anticipated sci-fi sequels ever, so it's a little unusual that we haven't been experiencing a lot of hype for the movie that opens this October.
Google agrees to pay $335 million in Italy tax dispute
The spokesman said Google "confirms its commitment towards Italy and will continue to help the country's online ecosystem grow". Google is now facing another case in France where the authorities believe it owes €1.6 billion in back taxes.
"Blade Runner 2049" is slated for release on October 6.
"BladeRunner2049" stars Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Robin Wright, Mackenzie Davis, Dave Bautista and Jared Leto and is set for release in Irish cinemas on October 6th.
Blade Runner 2049 was penned by Hampton Fancher (Blade Runner) and Michael Green (Green Lantern), based on a story by Ridley Scott and Fancher.
Gosling, Ford and Villeneuve will be streaming live on the Blade Runner 2049 Facebook page live on Monday at 9AM PT.
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