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.Read More
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.Read More
New Blade Runner 2049 photos have arrived and Harrison Ford does not look like he's here for any of it.Read More
Blade Runner Sequel Gets Straightforward Title & Even More Straightforward “Behind the Scenes” Photo
You already know the joke I'm going to make in here.
The sequel to Blade Runner has finally received an official title, which was revealed alongside a pretty, uh... conventional behind the scenes photo.Read More
The line between Interstellar and The Martian just became a whole lot blurrier.
On the set of The Martian, Chastain fielded questions from a group of visiting reporters. She talked about The Martian and strong, heroic women in Ridley Scott films.Read More
Can You Survive the Office Culture? Analyzing the Pros and Cons of 6 Fictional Companies from Sci-Fi
As many science fiction fans do, I often imagine how well I would fare in the future. These hypotheticals usually focus on post-apocalyptic scenarios in which the common lifestyle is crossbowing aliens and outrunning nuclear explosions. But I’d like to imagine another scenario with you: How would you fare as a pencil-pusher in corporate dystopia?Read More
Forget about Star Wars for a minute, we've got some other Harrison Ford related news for you!Read More
Sssssssoundssssss good to me.
Hey, remember how Joanna Cassidy got back into Zhora mode for us a few years ago to recreate a missing Blade Runner scene? Yeah. Safe to say she still wants a part in the sequel.Read More
Officially Official: Harrison Ford Will Star In The Blade Runner Sequel, So I Guess He’s Not a Replicant
It also picks up a new director who isn't Ridley Scott.
Either that or he's a really well-crafted one that ages. We should probably give him the test anyway, just to be sure.Read More
But we will have Harrison Ford and a female protagonist, sooooo...
In the same interview with Variety in which Ridley Scott writes off the racism in Exodus as a budgetary concern, he also says that he will no longer be directing the Blade Runner sequel. Harrison Ford, however, is still attached to return as Deckard.Read More
No sign of Super Mario Bros. 2.
My friends, we are never going to see Natalie Portman as a grown hitwoman taking bloody vengeance on the mafia that failed to protect her mentor and guardian the moment he talked about getting out of the game. We're never going to find out what might have happened if the Goblin King returned decades later. And yes, we're probably never going to see a Hellboy III.Read More
Everything is Awesome: Rutger Hauer & Weird Al Yankovic Have Been Cast in ABC’s Medieval Musical Comedy, Galavant
"Singing Tears in the Rain"
If this TV show isn't the greatest thing ever I won't know what to do with myself.Read More
Ridley Scott Offers an Incredibly Dissatisfying Explanation of Why Exodus: Gods and Kings Is So Very White
I'm not impressed.
I'm listening, Ridley. Not that I think there could possibly be a good reason for whitewashing Moses and Rameses in Exodus: Gods and Kings. But hell, give it a shot. Wow me.Read More
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I guess we all have to stop making fun of CSI, because new research is allowing police to identify criminals just by using the reflections in a victim's eye. Calling the pupil a "black mirror," contrast-adjusted, high-resolution images of a victim's face could start blowing cases wide open (do they say that still?)Read More
The Human Machine
This 35-minute-long version of Blade Runner was constructed by artist Anders Ramsell from a whopping 12,597 watercolor paintings, each approximately 1.5x3 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. (via: Kotaku) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?Read More