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Things We Saw Today: A Blade Runner Anime Series Is Coming to Adult Swim

Plus Viola Davis, Voltron and more!

Futuristic neo-noir classic Blade Runner is getting the anime treatment in an all new series coming to Adult Swim's Toonami line-up.

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Things We Saw Today: Detective Pikachu and Blade Runner 2049 Get The Mash-Up Trailer Treatment

Ever wanted to hear Detective Pikachu voiced with gravelly seriousness by Harrison Ford?

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Things We Saw Today: Michaela Coel Knows All About Your “USS Callister” Memes

Michaela Coel had a cheeky response when she realized that people were using an image of her "USS Callister" character from Black Mirror as a meme.

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Director Denis Villeneuve Tries to Defend His Portrayal of Women in Blade Runner 2049

"It's a dystopian vision of today"

In a recent interview with Vanity Fair, Blade Runner 2049 director Denis Villeneuve addressed some of the criticisms of sexism in his movie.

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Blade Runner 2049: Bad Representation Is Not Representation

The big question on everyone’s mind is how could this long-awaited sequel do so poorly at the box office? The short answer: women. Women who are tired of poor representation, tired of being set dressing, just plain tired.

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Things We Saw Today: Lin-Manuel Miranda Gathers Jennifer Lopez, Rita Moreno, Gina Rodriguez and Others In a Song for Puerto Rico

Today's biggest news has basically been hot garbage. Thankfully (and pretty much as usual), Lin-Manuel Miranda is here to provide us with a little bit of hope through music.

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This Might Be My Favorite Interview Ever From Noted Grump Harrison Ford

Ford has a reputation for being a bit of a curmudgeon. That is most definitely not the case here.

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Review: Blade Runner 2049 Takes Itself Very Seriously, Is Far Too Long, And I Still Loved It

4 out of 5 stars.

At a time when we're inundated with a seemingly endless barrage of mediocre sequels and reboots, Blade Runner 2049 felt like an idea doomed to disappoint. Surely, in following up such an iconic, landmark film, it would have to sacrifice something, right? The tone? The giant scope? The philosophical underbelly? A compelling story? As it turns out, the sequel lives up to its predecessor in all these ways and also manages to stand on its own.

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Presenting Ryan Gosling’s Hilarious “Just Got Punched by Harrison Ford” Face

A face we all aspire to.

We've heard that Blade Runner 2049 is very good. Our own Vivian Kane is writing up a review right now. But the one question on everyone's mind has been "What did it look like when Harrison Ford accidentally punched Ryan Gosling in the face during a fight scene?" Now we know, and the entire world is better for it.

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Early Blade Runner 2049 Reactions Call it “Breathtaking,” “Mind-Blowing,” and A “Masterpiece”

While full reviews for Blade Runner 2049 are still under embargo, the social media embargo has been lifted, and initial reactions are breathlessly enthusiastic!

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Shinichiro Watanabe’s Blade Runner 2049 Anime Prequel Short Will Arrive in the U.S.

Anime fans and Blade Runner fans got a bit of great news last week, when we learned that Cowboy Bebop's Shinichiro Watanabe would be directing an anime prequel short film for Blade Runner 2049. It was announced as being part of the Japanese premiere of the film, but of course a question on everyone's mind was: will it also be available in the U.S? Spoiler alert: yes!

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Cowboy Bebop‘s Shinichiro Watanabe to Direct Blade Runner 2049 Anime Prequel Short

We certainly have some mixed feelings around here about the upcoming Blade Runner sequel, Blade Runner 2049. Well now, Japanese Blade Runner fans have one more thing to add to the "pro" column for this film. They'll be getting an anime prequel short film ahead of its Japanese release, directed by one of anime's best!

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Ugh: Jared Leto Compared to Jesus for “Method Acting” as Blind for Blade Runner 2049

Stop stealing roles from underrepresented communities, Leto.

Somehow, not having learned his lesson with the backlash prompted by his "method acting" in Suicide Squad, Jared Leto revealed that he "method acted himself blind" in preparation for his role in Blade Runner 2049.

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Please Help Me Get More Excited About This New Blade Runner 2049 Trailer

I can't quite put my finger on what's wrong, but very little about this extensive new trailer makes me want to see the upcoming Bladerunner 2049.

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The First Trailer for Blade Runner 2049 Is Here and I Don’t Know What To Do With My Emotions

I've seen things you people wouldn't believe.

Honestly, I don't. While there are few movies I love as much as the original Blade Runner, there are also few movies that strike me as less in need of a sequel.

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Things We Saw Today: Make Yourself Into A Funko

With Pop! Yourself, you can create a relatively custom digital avatar of yourself as a Funko Pop! figure. It's only in Beta mode, so it could definitely use some expanding for inclusivity, but it's a good bit of fun.

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Things We Saw Today: A Tiny Gravity Falls Reunion to Celebrate Journal 3‘s Release

Kristen Schaal and Jason Ritter "reprised" their Gravity Falls roles in a hilarious informercial advertising accessories for the forthcoming Gravity Falls: Journal 3 book.

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Things We Saw Today: YouTube Series Shows How Cabaret Used Music to Warn Against Fascism

The awesome installment of Musical Hell's "Know the Score" series after the jump shows us how chillingly relevant the musical Cabaret still is, considering our current political climate. If you've ever wondered why art is so important, wonder no more.

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Things We Saw Today: New Blade Runner 2049 Photos Show Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling in Action

New Blade Runner 2049 photos have arrived and Harrison Ford does not look like he's here for any of it.

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Blade Runner 2049 Trailer Asserts That “Things Were Simpler” When Deckard Was On the Job

The next installment in the Blade Runner story, director Denis Villeneuve's Blade Runner 2049, is less than a year away, and we've finally gotten some first footage and a synopsis! But will we get an answer to the original film's most enduring question?

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