To be fair, a lot of the responses Harrison Ford gave during his Reddit AMA—specifically what he says about that Blade Runner sequel—are not at all grumpy old man-like. But his answer to the question “Who shot first, Han or Greedo?” is so curmudgeonly that it pushes the whole thing over the edge. Harrison, we love you. Never change.
Twin brother designers Van Orton Design have created these beautiful stained glass versions of various movie posters and they are prettttty awesome. Check out this gorgeousness – info on how to buy a poster is on their FaceBook page if you love them so much you need to own one… or all.
This 35-minute-long version of Blade Runner was constructed by artist Anders Ramsell from a whopping 12,597 watercolor paintings, each approximately 1.5×3 centimeters small. Something about Blade Runner‘s noirish feel really works with this medium in a way that I can’t imagine a film like, say, Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure would. Though I welcome Ramsell to try.
With Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner sequel happening, many are wondering what the plot of the new, female-led film will be. Including the original actresses, it seems. Just this past week Sean Youngdiscussed whether or not Rachel would make an appearance but it’s Joanna Cassidy’s (Zhora) action that have me wondering whether she’s making a play for the sequel. A video surfaced last week of the actress that, while making some uncomfortable, made me want to shout, “I’m right on top of that, Rose!” See, apparently there was supposed to be a scene in Blade Runner with Cassidy doing an exotic reptile dance with a giant snake but it was never filmed. So Cassidy filmed it 30 years after the fact. And it’s fabulous.
Like it or not, a sequel to Blade Runner is in the works. It’s still in the very early stages—to my knowledge all we know about it at this point is that Ridley Scott plans to do it. But the very prospect of a Blade Runner sequel has a lot of people curious, including Crave Online, which during an interview with Sean Young took the opportunity to ask the actress whether her original Blade Runner character Rachael might show up in the sequel.