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Ford and Gosling team up

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Saturday, October 28, 2017

It has been 35 years since Ridley Scott unleashed his classic sci-fi flick Blade Runner on to the world, and it clearly wasn't easy to lure Harrison Ford back to reprise his role as Deckerd in Denis Villeneuve's sequel, entitled Blade Runner 2049. But at least it appealed to him as an actor.

"This is not a running, jumping and falling down movie," Ford says. "This is not a light comedy, this is not a bromance or a car chase movie. This is about what it means to be a human. What are our opportunities, what are our responsibilities, do they really exist?"

Joining him in the cast is Ryan Gosling, who was also drawn to the project by the strength of the story. "And we had a great filmmaker manning the helm who had a vision for this," he adds.








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