Blade Runner Sequel

Sunday, 6 March 2011

Blade Runner Sequel
Christopher Nolan Wanted for "Blade Runner" Sequel/Prequel

We just reported that Alcon Entertainment has acquired the rights to "Blade Runner" with plans of developing a sequel or prequel to the original film.

io9 has now caught up with the producers Andrew Kosove and Broderick Johnson to find out if they are leaning toward making a sequel or a prequel. "We don't know, we just don't know yet," said Kosove. "We will have a process where we will hear different ideas from writers or from potential directors before determining." ( Read Blade Runner Sequel more... )

"Blade Runner" sequel in the works?

(CBS) - I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. Even talks of a "Blade Runner" sequel!

Alcon Entertainment has nearly finalized the purchase the rights of all "Blade Runner" sequels and prequels, paving a way for more films set it the bleak world of Los Angeles, 2019.

In a written statement reproduced on TheWrap.com, Alcon co-presidents Broderick Johnson and Andrew Kosove said, "This is a major acquisition for our company, and a personal favorite film for both of us." ( Read Blade Runner Sequel more... )

‘Blade Runner’ Sequel Could Happen, Producers Want Ridley Scott

Alcon Entertainment has announced that they are in final negotiations to acquire the rights to the world of Blade Runner and elements from the short story that inspired the film, Phillip K. Dick’s “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?” With these rights they could make any number of sequels, prequels, or spinoffs of the 1982 classic. I can hear groans in the back of the room already, but one thing that Alcon producers would not be allowed to do is the dreaded straight remake, and as a matter of fact company co-founder Broderick Johnson says, “we never would want to remake it”.

I’m not sure if he can be trusted though, if I were ever to write a screenplay for some sort of college comedy I would probably name the jerk head of the jock fraternity Broderick Johnson. He may be setting us all up for one big cinematic wedgie. ( Read Blade Runner Sequel more... )

Blade Runner sequel in development?

According to ComingSoon, Alcon Entertainment has created plans for a sequel or prequel to the 1982 Ridley Scott film “Blade Runner”. The studio has plans for a franchise for the property and is in the final preparations to secure the rights for development as a television series, sequels, prequels or all three.

The idea behind this latest push to create a “Blade Runner” sequel or prequel may be due to Scott’s return to sci-fi, what with his “Aliens”-esque film “Prometheus”, according to ComingSoon. There is no news yet if Scott will work on a possible “Blade Runner” film. ( Read Blade Runner Sequel more... )

Blade Runner Sequel Details

The big news yesterday was that Warner Bros. and Alcon Entertainment are teaming up for new sequels and prequels to the 1982 classic Blade Runner. Producers Broderick Johnson and Andrew A.

Kosove recently gave more details on the projects, revealing they never wanted to remake the original sci-fi thriller, but plan on building off the movie's mythology while utilizing today's technology. Here's what Andrew A. Kosove had to say. ( Read Blade Runner Sequel more... )

Blade Runner Sequel AND Prequel In The Works

We're sorry, but we don't think this is a good idea AT ALL. This move seems all types of sacrilege to us.

On Wednesday, Alcon Entertainment announced that they've almost secured the rights to Blade Runner prequels, sequels, and "other projects.". ( Read Blade Runner Sequel more... )

Christopher Nolan May Make Blade Runner Prequels/Sequels

Christopher Nolan may reboot another famous franchise once he’s completed ‘The Dark Night Rises,’ as Alcon Entertainment is looking at him to expand the world of Ridley Scott’s 1982 film ‘Blade Runner,’ www.slashfilm.com is reporting.

The production company recently bought the rights to make prequels or sequels to the hit movie, and would love to reunite with Nolan. The director-writer-producer first worked with Alcon when he released his 2002 psychological thriller ‘Insomnia.’ ( Read Blade Runner Sequel more... )

'Blade Runner' sequel, Diane Lane in 'Superman,' and other Tinseltown tidbits

"The Adjustment Bureau" lands this week, the latest big-screen adatation of a story by sci-fi master Philip K. Dick. As it does, news arrives that Hollywood apparently is taking another long, hard look at one of the most revered films inspired by a Dick story: "Blade Runner."

It's not really clear exactly what Alcon Entertainment has in mind for the 1982 dystopian noir directed by Ridley Scott and Harrison Ford, but apparently a straight-up remake isn't in the works. ( Read Blade Runner Sequel more... )

After 'The Adjustment Bureau' And 'Blade Runner,' Hollywood Should Adapt These Philip K. Dick Stories

Philip K. Dick is a Hollywood staple, with nine of his stories turned into feature films, most of which have done quite well at the box office. From "Blade Runner" to "Minority Report" to "A Scanner Darkly," we've embraced his specific sci-fi twist on our future and never lost our appetite for more. ( Read Blade Runner Sequel more... )

Will the new Blade Runner film tackle environmental topics?

Philip K. Dick’s 1968 novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? describes a darkened, post apocalyptic future where the majority of mankind has left Earth to settle colonies on other planets.

Animals are either endangered or extinct, giving way to a burgeoning industry in artificial life. Both android animals and humans have become so life-like that it is next to impossible to differentiate them from the natural life forms they mimic. ( Read Blade Runner Sequel more... )

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