The people have spoken and they love what we love.
“Bond is an old fantasy of mine, but I can’t be in two places at the same time.”
It’s been a strange year full of killer clowns, musical cars, and sad kids.
With Blade Runner 2049, the French Canadian auteur accomplished the impossible.
“I think it would be a great idea to get out of there and to go on a new part of the galaxy, that I would be open to,” he says.
The filmmaker originally wanted the legendary musician to play the film’s villain.
Denis Villeneuve delivers the unthinkable: a masterpiece sequel.
Blade Runner 2049 director is one of three names currently in talks for the film, which is slated for a 2019 release.
The short is the first of three intended to show viewers what’s happened in the Blade Runner universe in the 30 years since the original film.
Shocker: The film still looks absolutely magnificent.
October cannot come soon enough…
The latest screenwriter to attempt an adaptation of Frank Herbert’s classic novel has been found.