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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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Things We Saw Today: Neil Gaiman Gifts Us With Good Omens Series Pictures and a Lot of Terry Pratchett Emotions

Author Neil Gaiman shared pictures from the upcoming Good Omens BBC/Amazon miniseries and also paid homage to his co-author, the late, great word wizard Terry Pratchett.

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Things We Saw Today: That Time Harrison Ford Punched Ryan Gosling in the Face

Straight from the Harrison's mouth are some incredible anecdotes about the actor punching Ryan Gosling on the set of Bladerunner 2049.

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John Boyega Was in a Drug PSA Called “Killer Weed” And It Is Truly a Modern Masterpiece

Before Star Wars and Attack the Block, the actor dipped his toes into sci-fi dystopia with a anti-weed PSA called "Killer Weed," which Boyega says was "trying to get the kids to stay off the spliffs."

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Things We Saw Today: The Updated Pirates of the Caribbean Ride’s Redhead Is Here, and She’s Spectacular

We previously reported that the Disney "Pirates of the Caribbean" ride was getting a much-needed update: the "Auction" part where chained women were available to the highest bidder was getting scrapped. Even better, the standout redhead of the scene would become a pirate herself. Now she's arrived at Disneyland Paris.

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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: Her-POW! Short Films Remind Us That Women Have Always Been Heroes in Comics

The producers behind Her-POW! The New Adventures of Vintage Heroines are attempting to create three short films telling the stories of existing Golden Age heroines whose stories are now in the public domain, starting with Ghost Woman, The Woman in Red, and The Veiled Avenger. To learn more about the project, check out the video after the jump!

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Things We Saw Today: Star Wars Colleagues and Friends Eulogize Carrie Fisher

So, yeah, there's pretty much only one story that's really resonating with us today, and that's the passing of Carrie Fisher. As the day has gone on, Fisher's friends and colleagues have been reacting to the news of her death publicly.

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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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Things We Saw Today: Flo & Joan’s “2016 Song,” Featuring a Lot of Cathartic Swearing

Musicians Flo & Joan put together a little ditty that sums up how they feel about 2016 so far. There's a whole lot of swearing.

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Carrie Fisher’s New Memoir Confirms One Longstanding Rumor From the Star Wars Set

The appropriately titled The Princess Diarist is based around journals Fisher kept while working on the set of the original Star Wars trilogy--and while there were often rumors that she and co-star Harrison Ford were closer than friends IRL, her upcoming memoir reveals the two had a brief, three-month affair while working on the first movie.

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Things We Saw Today: All Movies Should Be Cate Blanchett Pretending to Be a Spider In a Dark Abyss of Eyeballs

If you like artsy, experimental feminism and/or Cate Blanchett, have I got a movie for you!

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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.

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Things We Saw Today: If Pixar Movies Just Ended at the Sad Parts

Some monster has compiled a few of your favorite Pixar movies to show you what it'd be like if Monsters Inc., Finding Nemo, Toy Story 2, and Inside Out just ended at their saddest moments.

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Steven Spielberg’s Got Some Words About Indiana Jones’ Fate in Indiana Jones 5

Harrison Ford and Steven Spielberg are reuniting for Indiana Jones 5, but some fans are worried about Indy's fate.

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Short but Sweet Han Solo Supercut Brings Back All the Feels Just for You

Han Solo Supercut

Because I can't seem to stop pushing my own bruise here, I've been watching this fan-created supercut of a few of Han Solo's most legendary moments in the Star Wars films.

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Dave Franco Explains the Surreal Audition Process for the Young Han Solo Movie

No reward is worth this.

In an interview with MTV during CinemaCon last week, Dave Franco, one of the actors on the original shortlist to play Han Solo in Phil Lord and Christopher Miller's Star Wars anthology film, described what it was like to try and measure up in the audition room to the legacy of Harrison Ford.

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