• The sequel of Warner Bros. and Alcon Entertainment’s “Blade Runner” is coming to the big screen on Oct. 6, 2017.

The sequel of Warner Bros. and Alcon Entertainment’s “Blade Runner” is coming to the big screen on Oct. 6, 2017. (Photo : Facebook/Nylon)

A new "Blade Runner" movie with the same futuristic events is coming on screen. The trailer for the all new "Blade Runner 2049" has been recently released.

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This year seems to be a Ridley Scott sequel's year as two of the famous works of Scott is out this 2017. First is the "Alien: Covenant" which was released on May 12 followed by "Blade Runner 2049" directed by Denis Villeneuve coming on October.

As per reports, the new Blade Runner played by Ryan Gosling is bound to meet the former blade runner Harrison Ford, who has been missing in action for thirty years. The journey to find Ford starts with Gosling's discovery of a secret.

Accordingly, "Blade Runner 2049's" trailer contains more than enough action, intrigue and suspense for fans to get anxious waiting for its release date. The video footage showed that the events are set thirty two years in advance and thirty years after the setting in the original film. As indicated in the title of the movie, it is set in 2049. The director of the film, Dennis Villeneuve, retained the signature futuristic aesthetic of the movie which made it so popular among sci-fi fans.

Many reviews of the original film believe that the events depicted in the movie are something that may really happen in the future. Others even say that the theme of the movie is not anymore a farfetched idea to the extent that if the people in the Earth do not colonize other planets in the future, the humanity might meet extinction. To date, there are no other reports and updates surrounding the movie.

The cast members of "Blade Runner 2049" include Ryan Gosling, Ana de Armas, Mackenzi Davis, Robin Wright, Dave Bautista and Jared Leto. The new cast will work alongside the Blade Runner from the original movie back in 1982, Harrison Ford.