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Blade Runner 2049

Discussion in 'Big Screen' started by Bateman, Dec 19, 2016.

  1. Bateman

    Bateman Rising Star Contributing Member

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    While Arrival give him a lot of cred, this could make Villeneuve a household name. Even if the name is pronounced wrong.
     
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    Isn't there something wrong in the set up here?

    Didn't Ridley Scott finally reveal for real that MAJOR SPOILER
    Harrison Ford's character is a replicant, so why would he age?
     
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    I've always answered that twice on twitter
    Deckard was the first replicant that aged... hence the unicorn in the original and them saying "things were simpler then" in this trailer. Now if the replicants age it makes separating them from humans that much harder. And does it make them human, etc etc. I think it will have similar theme as Westworld, that being what makes us human
     
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    That's an interesting point :)
     
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