Harrison Ford Briefly Talks About Returning For Future Blade Runner Films!
The popular actor addresses the possibilities of returning for any future Blade Runner film, saying that he 'has no idea' about his return...
Back in March, it was revealed that prequels and sequels for the 80s sci-fi classic Blade Runner (which was set in 2019 and followed ex-cop Rick Deckard, who was played by Harrison Ford, whose job was to relieve 'replicants') were in the works. Many wondered if the film's star, Ford, was going to return, and the actor behind Rick Deckard has officially addressed the very question in a recent interview with MTV.
"I have no idea at this point," he said about taking part in any film. "It's very early on. I know some of the people involved."
Also back in March, Warner Bros. producers Broderick Johnson and Andrew A. Kosove were quoted by Movieweb as stating the following about the project:
Our friend Christopher Nolan who we did Insomnia [with] would be the pie in the sky for us. To be clear I think what Christopher Nolan did - and to be clear, we cannot remake Blade Runner. As a legal matter, we have not bought the remake rights we have no interest in remaking it we can only do prequels or sequels. But I think the methodology that Christopher Nolan brought to Batman is precisely what we aspire to whomever the filmmaker is, whether Ridley Scott comes back and joins us or it's someone else. It's precisely what we aspire to with Blade Runner, that's the template for us."
What do you think about the possibility of more Blade Runner films, or should they leave Ridley Scott's classic a stand-alone? If Christopher Nolan directs, will that make a sequel easier to accept? And if they make more installments, should Harrison Ford return? Sound off your thoughts below in the usual place!
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