The filmmaker reveals that Harrison Ford’s Rick Deckard enters in the third act of the follow-up to the 1982 sci-fi classic.
As “Edge of Tomorrow” introduced audiences to its take on the mech suit, we look back at some of the most memorable sci-fi movie weapons – from Death Stars to phasers.
The Hollywood legend, who’s doubled for everyone from Harrison Ford to Christopher Reeve, reveals to SPINOFF some of the secrets of Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit.
Alcon Entertainment has announced it has sent at offer to the veteran actor to reprise his role in Ridley Scott’s sequel to his 1982 sci-fi classic.
‘We’ve been chatting about it,” Harrison Ford says about possibly reprising the role of Rick Deckard in Ridley Scott’s Scott’s planned Blade Runner sequel.
Following news that plans are moving forward with a Blade Runner sequel, written by Green Lantern’s Michael Green, Spinoff’s Anna Pinkert makes a case for leaving some films just the way they are.
Ridley Scott and Alcon Entertainment have brought in Green Lantern and Heroes writer Michael Green to pen Blade Runner 2.
Director Ridley Scott would like to bring Harrison Ford with him when he returns to the dystopian world of Blade Runner — just not in the starring role.
Director Ridley Scott reveals that although meetings have just begun for the Blade Runner sequel, he has “a very good take” on the film, which will feature a female protagonist. It’s also been announced that Hampton Fancher, who co-wrote the original film, may be involved.
Alcon Entertainment says a report that Harrison Ford is in talks to reprise his role as Deckard in Ridley Scott’s new Blade Runner film is “patently false.”
Ridley Scott has confirmed he’ll direct the previously announced follow-up to Blade Runner, and is close to selecting a screenwriter for what’s “liable to be a sequel” to the 1982 sci-fi classic.
The Lion King? Star Wars? Titanic? Top Gun? It seems as if the new thing for Hollywood is to take an old movie, turn it into 3D and re-release it in theaters for a whole new audience to… I don’t know, pay for. But why stop with those movies? Here are ten more movies that demand a 3D revival.