Ridley Scott's sci-fi classic Blade Runner is no longer set in the future as we've breached the movie's timeline.
Legendary character actor Rutger Hauer has passed away at the age of 75, according to his agents.
Get your first look at the new 4K restoration of Ridley Scott's original sci-fi classic Blade Runner with a new 4K Blu-ray trailer.
Ryan Gosling is starring alongside Harrison Ford, who reprises his role as Deckard in Alcon's Blade Runner sequel, arriving in early 2018.
Sony Pictures has come aboard to distribute the Blade Runner follow-up internationally, with production scheduled to begin this summer.
Blade Runner will return to UK theaters with the 2007 version of the film overseen by Ridley Scott.
Prisoners filmmaker Denis Villeneuve is in talks to direct an untitled Blade Runner sequel, with Harrison Ford returning as Deckard.
Producers Broderick Johnson and Andrew Kosove are hopeful that the actor will reprise his role as Deckard in this upcoming follow-up.
The actor acknowledges rumors that he did not get along with director Ridley Scott on the original. He wants to put that in the past and move on.
This new set features a 72-page production art book and all 10 hours of bonus features from previous editions of Ridley Scott's masterpiece.
The director has officially started taking meetings on this upcoming sequel to be written by original Blade Runner scribe Hampton Fancher.
This follow-up to the 1982 sci-fi classic will take place some years after the first film, and will be directed by Ridley Scott.
The director is close to finding a writer to help him craft this sequel to his 1982 sci-fi classic.
It isn't yet known if the director will be making a prequel or a sequel to his 1982 sci-fi classic.
Producer Andrew Kosove is also open to having original director Ridley Scott come back to helm the continuation of this iconic sci-fi classic.
Andrew A. Kosove and Broderick Johnson reveal the challenges ahead of them in building off the original 1982 sci-fi classic.
Alcon Entertainment is securing the rights from original producer Bud Yorkin for future film and TV projects stemming from the 1982 sci-fi classic.
A benefit screening of the classic sci-fi film has been set up with a Q&A to follow with director Ridley Scott.
New version of the film to open in New York and Los Angeles.