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'Blade Runner 2049': Robin Wright Calls for Order in Teaser to Trailer
09 May 2017, 07:52 | Mandy Simon
The sequel to "Blade Runner", written by Hampton Fancher and Michael Green, is set several decades after Ridley Scott's 1982 original, which Fancher also had a hand in writing.
The new teaser trailer for Blade Runner sequel, Blade Runner 2049, has been released by Warner Bros Pictures. In it, we're teased with a return to the dystopian world of the first film and given a reintroduction to Rick Decker as played by Harrison Ford.
The one featuring Gosling is captioned, "A new civilization begins now. We keep order." There are also quick shots of flying cars and Gosling' Officer K in a trenchcoat walking slowly. Director Denis Villeneuve reteamed with legendary cinematographer Roger Deakins for the film.
This teaser trailer is a preview for a longer, full length trailer, scheduled to drop on Monday, May 8.
With the inclusion of giant Atari logos, it's safe to say that Blade Runner 2049 is taking place in an entirely alternative reality.
The film takes place thirty years after the events of the first film. After learning of a dark and mysterious secret that threatens humanity as he knows it, this same discovery leads him to find Deckard.
Apart from Ford and Gosling, the movie stars Dave Bautista, Jared Leto, Robin Wright, Ana de Armas, Sylvia Hoeks, Mackenzie Davis, Carla Juri, and Lennie James in pivotal roles.
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