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. Set 30 years after the events of the first film, LAPD Officer K (played by Ryan Gosling) uncovers a secret that could unravel what remains of the rest of society. The revelation sends him on the search for ex LAPD blade runner Rick Deckard (played by Harrison Ford), who’s been missing for three decades. You can see the rest of the photos here. (via Geektyrant)
- Director Ava DuVernay talks about her harrowing documentary 13th and how it relates to this upcoming era of Trump. “These are dark times for a lot of people who believe differently than our incoming administration, but there’s also joy there, and there’s also something in unifying around the things that we do believe in,” she said. (via Deadline)
- In other Women Who Kick Ass news, game developer Brianna Wu is running for congress. You might also recognize her from Twitter, where she regularly speaks out against social injustice. She plans to run for a House of Representatives Seat in 2018. (via The Verge)
- Viola Davis opens up about being “blissfully comfortable” at 51. “The fall hasn’t happened. I’ve been blissfully comfortable in my own skin,” she said “I think what’s happened is probably just so many years of not feeling comfortable, that maybe I just got tired. Maybe all of the experiences I’ve had have just marinated into this beautiful pot of me.” (via The Hollywood Reporter)
- President Barack Obama is getting a fish named after him. A pink, yellow and blue coral-reef fish found in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands will be now be call Tosanoides obama, in his honor. Neat. (via Live Science)
- John Wick fans, get excited. In addition to a sequel, it’s being adapted into a comic series in 2017. A creative team hasn’t been assembled yet but artist Giovanni Valletta did provide a few pencil drawings. (via Comic Book Resources)
That’s it on our end. What did you all see?
(image via Entertainment Weekly)
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