Blade Runner 2049 Teaser Surfaces Ahead of Full Trailer’s Release (VIDEO)
The original 1982 Blade Runner film, directed by Ridley Scott, has been widely received as one of the best science fiction films of all time and one of the core defining pillars of the cyberpunk film genre. Fans have been eager for the long-anticipated sequel’s release for decades, but have had very little footage to whet their appetites while the film remains in production. Now, these fans will soon have the new full trailer for the sequel when it arrives next Monday, March 8th. Fortunately, a quick Blade Runner 2049 teaser has been released ahead of the full trailer’s debut. Check it out below:
This 15 second teaser video has been uploaded to the Warner Bros. Pictures (the distributor for the film in the U.S.) YouTube page. It shows many shots of Ryan Gosling as this sequel’s lead character and newest blade runner, LAPD Officer K, in locales sharing the look and feel of the original film. We also get quick looks at familiar elements of the first film such as a flying car akin to the Spinner and the return of Harrison Ford as Rick Deckard, the lead character and blade runner from the original movie.
Also seen in this trailer is a quick glimpse of Robin Wright’s currently unnamed character talking about order. The cast announced for the film will also include Dave Bautista, Jared Leto and Edward James Olmos returning as Gaff from the first film. They are not seen in this teaser, but fingers crossed that we see them in the full trailer this Monday. What do you guys think about this Blade Runner 2049 teaser? What do you hope to see in the full trailer on Monday? Let us know in the comments below!
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