Blade Runner 2049’s Practical Sets ‘Overwhelmed’ Ryan Gosling


Blade Runner 2049's Practical Sets 'Overwhelmed' Ryan Gosling
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Indeed, Villeneuve’s name has been one of the most comforting aspects of this sequel from the moment it was announced. After a string of non-stop, critically-acclaimed projects over the past four years with 2013’s Prisoners, 2014’s Enemy, 2015’s Sicario, and this year’s Arrival, Villeneuve has become one of the most sought after and in-demand filmmakers in the industry right now, and after consistently creating those kinds of high-calibre, awards-worthy films, it’s not hard to see why. The director already has his next project after Blade Runner 2049 lined up possibly, and if any director was going to take Ridley Scott’s place making a Blade Runner sequel, it’s hard to think of someone more fitting or deserving than Villeneuve.

Set thirty years after the events of the first film, 2049 follows Gosling’s LAPD Detective K, a new blade runner, as he embarks on a search for Harrison Ford’s Rick Deckard, who’s been missing ever since the conclusion of the original film. After unearthing a long-buried secret, K believes Deckard may be the missing key to stopping all of society from being plunged into total chaos. It’s an ambitious premise, for an inherently ambitious sequel to one of the most beloved and revered films of all time, and no matter how Blade Runner 2049 ends up turning out, there’s no denying the incredible talent that has been brought on to make sure the sequel has the absolute best shot at living up to fan expectations.

 

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