Michael Bay penned to direct stunning Blade Runner prequel

Rutger Hauer starring in the original Bladerunner

In a move that’s certain to set sci-fi and action film fan’s pulses racing, Warner Brothers has announced award winning sci-fi director, Michael Bay, to head production in the long awaited prequel to Ridley Scott’s cyberpunk classic.

Michael Bay – whose film credits include such groundbreaking works as Bad Boys (1995), The Island (2005), and Transformers (2007) – is no stranger to the sci-fi genre. He was reportedly first choice of Warner Brothers president, Alan F. Horn, from a shortlist of directors including Ridley Scott, Chris Nolan and Andrei Zvyagintsev.

In an interview with Inside Film, Bay talks of his initial doubts taking on such a seminal work, but tells how they soon evaporated when he realised the potential for reimagining Scott’s vision.

“When you consider what Ridley could’ve done on that movie with today’s technology, it dawns on you that the Blade Runner we’ve all seen is really just the tip of the iceberg,” enthused Bay.

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Michael Bay is no stranger to the sci-fi genre

“The original movie was great in the 80s, but try watching it now next to movies like Attack of the Clones and The Last Airbender, and it really does feel lacking by today’s standards.”

When asked about casting, Bay’s keeping tight-lipped for now, although sources inside Hollywood say both Shia Leboeuf and Will Smith are in callbacks for the part of Rick Deckard, while Chris Tucker and Nicholas Cage have both been hinted at for the part of sadistic Replicant, Roy Batty (expected to be renamed: Roy Barry).

Asked how he plans to update the characters: “In the original, the robot characters really didn’t look or act much like robots – due to a lack of CGI options in the 80s. So you really had to use your imagination there. That was the first thing I wanted to address, and while I can’t give much away yet, lets just say you’re gonna know the robots in this movie are robots from the 21st century!”

Bay’s also keeping tight-lipped about rumours he’s planning to shoot in a newly developed 2.1:1 aspect ratio – adding an extra 2 feet onto the width of the cinema screen to accommodate the explosions in the climactic finale. All we know is that with Bay at the helm, this will be one film you won’t be sleeping through. “As we’re already saying: 500% more blades! 300% more running!”

Blade Runner 3D is set to begin shooting in summer.

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78 comments on Michael Bay penned to direct stunning Blade Runner prequel

  1. Stuart
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    That would be fine, really. And I know a lot of people don’t get Bladerunner because it’s a very slowpaced film that takes multiple viewings to appreciate. It’s just that if those people then venture the opinion that this is better than the original then I will go to my dark place, well beyond any place George Lucas could send me and I worry for the world.

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  2. anthony from ipswitch
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    I hope will smith plays the lead role

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  3. Mike from Essex
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    Fell asleep while watching the original. zzz

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  4. Tony
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    what did you dream of?

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  5. ray
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    great potential with this sequel, imagine what they can do with modern cgi!

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  6. keith from Aberdeen
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    Ugghhhh.

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  7. Phil Jones
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    Hopefully the prequels/ sequels will be be made so people can actually ‘get’ it this time round.

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  8. dave from Essex
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    Michael Bay? He’s gonna do one of those annoying 360 degree spinning camera shots that will make me dizzy. And no doubt he will cheese it up with shitty action and chase sequences. Thanks for ruining the Transformers legacy for 30-year-old nerds and early techno fans. Now destroy classic sci-fi for dnb and dubstep enthusiasts.

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  9. Sarah
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    Danny Dyer makes a cameo as a replicaaaaant and The Rock plays Tyrells dad, searching for his son and eventual Matrix creator. Basically he explains to Rachel (Fergie from Black Eyed Peas) why all of Bladerunner was in the matrix and Deckards dream of a white unicorn actually meant fuck all.

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  10. Terry from Plymouth
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    was really skeptical at first when i heard about this as it’s one of my all-time favourite films. but if done well, it could actually be a really good sequel.

    not too keen on the fact that jason stathom might be in it though, although if he plays an evil replicant he could do alright.

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  11. andy
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    i heard the whole thing is going to be processed in teal & orange

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  12. keith from Aberdeen
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    the owl is now a fully cgi comedy relief character. when deckard asks ‘is it real?’ the owl quips ‘as real as your hair old man! snarf snarf!’

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  13. Sarah Peng
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    arrrrrrrrrrgh!!

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  14. Sarah Peng
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    nooooooooooo!!

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  15. Sarah Peng
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    sorry everbody, hope your well

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  16. Gen Xist
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    Hopefully it will be as good as the remake of Scarface, which is my favourite film and the best film ever made. The original was too black and white – booooooring.

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  17. Dave
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    WOOOOP. MASSIVE NEWS!! <3

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  18. Stu Diablo from Gilbraltar
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    Eye cant wate!

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  19. jimothy
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    No mention of 3D, it better be in 3D :(

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  20. laura
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    please tell me this is some kind of sick joke?

    Sure, do a prequel, but… not Bay. He has to make everything dumbed down and pretty so it squeaks into a pg13 rating. Disgusted!

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  21. Yurie
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    “The original movie was great in the 80s, but try watching it now next to movies like Attack of the Clones and The Last Airbender, and it really does feel lacking by today’s standards.”

    Mr. Bay, go die in a fire, right now.

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  22. George
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    Dear God,how its the ape trowing money to this idiot?

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  23. Philip K. Dick
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    Ban those motherfuckers from hollywood to shoot bladerunner 2 and make another no story alot effects bullshit nothing for mediocre american idiots!!!!

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  24. Danie Marous
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    Would absolutely love a new Bladerunner film BUT why choose Michael Bay as director instead of Ridley Scott?! If Ridley Scott doesnt want to do it why not give it to a director who wouldnt ruin/smother the story with large amounts of CG… All Bay is going to do is pump a lot of VFX into the film and ruin the story+universe Ridley Scott originally created, leaving every Bladerunner fan distrought while he gets to fill his pockets with money without any regards to the original film and fan base :(

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  25. Gerhard
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    Please dont cast Nicholas Cage! Please dont let M Bay direct! Please dont cast Nicholas Cage! Please dont let M Bay direct! Please dont cast Nicholas Cage! Please dont let M Bay direct – – – They are going to RUIN Ridley Scott’s masterpiece!

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  26. Laughing
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    Bay re filming a classic this will be a disaster some film you touch this one you dont

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  27. Dick Hallorann
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    I had to read this story twice to convince myself it wasn’t a delayed April Fool’s joke.

    This film is going to Die. On. Its. Arse.

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  28. milly
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    NOOOOOOOOOOO PLEASE NOOO NO NO NO!!!!

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  29. Argggg
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    somebody burn all the prints please

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  30. sweffymo
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    I hope you guys are ready for gratuitous explosions and a horrible plot!

    Knowing Mr. Bay, Shia LeBouf will play Deckard, so…

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  31. RRed
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    With all those silly comments, M. Bay simply doesn’t get it. Bladerunner is just exactly as it should be. They can never ruin an eternal classic, but they sure are headed for messing up its legacy for the next generations of audiences.

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  32. Tyrel
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    We do not approve.

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  33. TT
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    A true sign of the Apocalypse.

    “…next to movies like Attack of the Clones and The Last Airbender, [the original movie] really does feel lacking by today’s standards.”

    The Last Airbender!? That was one of the worst pieces of rubbish I have ever had the misfortune of waste two hours of my life on. And Lucas’ prequels? Don’t get me started.

    Blade Runner is not “lacking” by today’s standards or any other standards. I will never see another Michael Bay film so long as I live.

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  34. Steve
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    Here we go again……The directors and filmakers falling all over themselves to use every latest trick and gadget in the book to make some fanastic remake of an old Idea!! Bladerunner was great for what it was, and it’s time. They didn’t all this flash in the pan gimics to make a great film. Whats wrong with Hollywood these days that they can’t come up with some decent new scripts. This taking of classic film ideas and making them better with all the latest trends is sickening!!! Come up with something new!! Bays attitude toward the original is a little disrespectful to the original….He didn’t make the original which many of us think great, as is. Anyone can take and existing idea and improve it after the fact with newer technology, whats next, with this guy, will he start bagging on other classics such as Metropolis, Casablanca, the Phoenix etc. You weren’t part of the original….they didn’t need gimics to make great films…….Shut up and make your corporate commercial crap, but leave our favorites alone!!

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  35. Kipple
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    “… the robot characters really didn’t look or act much like robots …”

    They weren’t ‘robots’, moron. They were Replicants – “More Human than Human.”

    A Replicant is a bioengineered or biorobotic being created in the film Blade Runner (1982). The Nexus series—genetically designed by the Tyrell Corporation—are virtually identical to an adult human, but have superior strength, agility, and variable intelligence depending on the model.

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  36. Slappy Cromwell
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    “He was reportedly first choice of Warner Brothers president, Alan F. Horn, from a shortlist of directors including Ridley Scott, Chris Nolan and Andrei Zvyagintsev.”

    Wow really? Warner Bros. COULDVE picked Ridley Scott, but I guess they only care about who will best pack it full of fx and make them the most money… Quality of the movie? Who cares about that?

    Makes me sick.

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  37. Tony
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    time to buy a gun.

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  38. Margot
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    #bladerunnerFAIL at TT`s, plz!!!

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  39. #FAIL
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    “In the original, the robot characters really didn’t look or act much like robots – due to a lack of CGI options in the 80s. So you really had to use your imagination there. That was the first thing I wanted to address, and while I can’t give much away yet, lets just say you’re gonna know the robots in this movie are robots from the 21st century!”

    OH THATS why the acting was so good, because they weren’t acting like robots, huh? YEAH NO F**KING SH*T THEY DONT ACT LIKE ROBOTS, they’re designed to mimic humans perfectly. If they acted like ROBOTS THEN THEY WOULDNT EVEN NEED THE VOIGHT KAMPF TEST…… OMG I AM GOING TO PUKE………WHERE IS MICHAEL BAYS HEAD

    “The original movie was great in the 80s, but try watching it now next to movies like Attack of the Clones and The Last Airbender, and it really does feel lacking by today’s standards.”

    UHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH NO. #FAIL #LOSING #LOSER

    You know what feels lacking in Attack of the Clones and the Last Airbender. Let’s see….. Plot…..Acting…….

    And this prequel would be based on what exactly? Some yet discovered Philip K Dick writing?

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  40. kookakey
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    seriously? hollywood need to get a grip and stop trying to mess with classics… this movie is wrong on so many levels it makes me want to puke.

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  41. Tris
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    @ Margot- Well, you’ve saved me some virtual typewriter ink! You just know they’re going to butcher this classic! They’re going to turn it into a “big bang for yer buck” film- i.e. Crap!
    I quote- “adding an extra 2 feet onto the width of the cinema screen to accommodate the explosions in the climactic finale. All we know is that with Bay at the helm, this will be one film you won’t be sleeping through. “As we’re already saying: 500% more blades! 300% more running!”

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  42. Bison
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    Jack Black as Leon!

    coz Leon was FUNNY! precious photos! lmao imagine Black saying that? doing a slayer! epic lulz. Bay all da way!

    what’s a tortoise? then he winks at the camera!! coz we know he’s a cyborg innit! half rocker, half endoskeleton, all bastard

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  43. Estaban
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    I sincerely hope Bay dies in a slow, fire filled death.

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  44. curseofleisure
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    Such a revealing quote from Mr. Bay: “The original movie was great in the 80s, but try watching it now next to movies like Attack of the Clones and The Last Airbender, and it really does feel lacking by today’s standards.” You just don’t get it, do you, Michael Bay?

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  45. HLZDNB
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    This is a fukin shit, how can u give the prequel of the best sci fi movie ever made, to a fukin talentless director like michael bay.Fuck u hollywood, and fuck the people that liked michael bay.

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  46. Derek
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    This is a real tragedy. The only director who could even come close to Ridley Scott would be David Fincher. Moreover I’d rather see unknowns playing Deckard and the other Replicants rather than ANY of the actors listed in the article.

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  47. peter
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    Bay would be a lucky man if he had a finger with the talent of ridley scott who is a stone cold genius and if you can’t get the first one then what the hell are you doing watching sci fi in the first place if you think the films taxing try the book thats right the book by p k dick genius.I weep for the future of film if people like bay are considered in the same breath as someone of scotts calibre.

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  48. Simon H
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    just read this on tmz. i think harrison ford is involved now as well.
    better not mess it up!

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  49. Toni
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    It will ruin the original and cult movie which marked the Cyberpunk era. =(

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  50. Bladeruiner
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    Michael Bay directing with Ridley Scott Exec Director according to the Guardian

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  51. Owen R.
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    Asked how he plans to update the characters: “In the original, the robot characters really didn’t look or act much like robots”

    Incredible, they hired a director who doesn’t understand the basic points of the story.

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  52. socrates
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    rummors are like dicks..they’re going from mouth to mouth

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  53. Egon
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    I always thought that thinking about making a Blade Runner sequel was the single most idiot thing Ridely Scott had ever come up. But this news is 100000000000 times worse. Bay? The crappiest director around? I hope someone stops them somehow before they even begin insulting the best scifi movie ever. Jail them, for example.

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  54. Taylor
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    Did he just imply that The Last Airbender was a good movie?

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  55. Derek
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    This news just ruined my day. Michael Bay directing this is the equivalent of Roland Emmerich directing Isaac Asimov’s “Foundation”. I just watched the Fifth Element and Judge Dredd today and compared them with Blade Runner’s visual fx. Blade Runner is by far superior. CGI doesn’t mean good. In fact the more CGI movies I see, the more I hate it. It lacks realism.

    Also, I like action as much as the next guy, but Blade Runner has an ephemeral quality – it has atmosphere. People who think this movie is too slow and needs more action, don’t appreciate it’s atmosphere. They’re like people who only eat at fast-food joints all the time. They want something quick. They don’t have any appreciation for fine-dining. They don’t know the difference between a Big-Mac and a sirloin steak.

    Harrison Ford has been one my favorite actors because he’s a thinking man’s action hero. Shia Leboeuf or Will Smith to play his role? Please shoot me now.
    Because we all know which direction this is heading if either one of them get the role. It’s gonna be a teenage comedy – with stupid lines to get some cheap laughs. No thank you.

    I would love to see another Blade Runner movie that takes it all to a whole new level, but only if it’s true to the original. Otherwise, forget it.

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  56. Lukas S.
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    They might as well put Dragonball Evolution in that statement.
    This is why Hollywood sucks. L.A. where’s the party at! And we will see to that only the indie filmmakers are invited 😉

    Stay creative,
    – Lukas

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  57. Sean
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    Oh God. Giving this project to Bay is like handing a delicate bouquet of flowers to a Gorilla. Blane Runner worked because it was above all else “well written, cleverly directed and well cast with capable actors. Yet all Bay can blab on about is how things look because that’s about the extent of his talent. Yet another dreary Zack Snyder clone..

    As for Will Smith and Nicolas Cage-do they realize this material needs people who actually have compelling acting talent not wisecracking Hollywood mannequins?

    Suffice to say I wont be lining up to see this one.

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  58. Dave
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    Giving the reins of anything to do with a Blade Runner follow-up to Michael Bay is purely for revenue and an attempt to draw in crowds that aren’t attracted to things like subtlety, nuance and, more importantly, literate and visceral story telling.

    Michael Bay is very talented at what he does, which appears, to me, to be massive over-produced movies on a bombastic scale. There’s clearly a market for that, or he wouldn’t continue to be sought after to make them.

    But what is clearly lacking in all that bombast is the attention to subtle details. It’s easy to hide behind green screens, computers and non-stop action as that obviously keeps viewers engaged and doesn’t require them to think. It’s an appalling revelation that Bay doesn’t understand that replicant/android/robot concept but worse, it’s even more offensive that Bay thinks that everything has to be ‘modernized’ and that modernization has to involve removing the ability for a view to think or, worse, ‘imagine’. Some of us are actually entertained when we’re required to expand our minds vs. being spoon-fed everything we’re supposed to be understanding simply because there’s nothing else to actually shore that up. I’m fearful that when we look behind the curtain of this we’re going to see absolutely nothing.

    There’s no question that some of Blade Runner is dated. After all, with the advances in general technology (cell phones/smart phones, the Internet, mobile devices, medicine, etc.) and a whole generation who’s grown up with those advances, there is no frame of reference for them. I heartily disagree with Mr. Bay – the movie stands up well to today’s standards visually, and is certainly on par or surpasses most of today’s movies from an acting perspective. To reduce the ‘acting’ quality misses the point in the first place, this is not a BIG story. It’s a little story, supported by the sheer talent of big actors who act well and string along the series of small acting wins to make a great, great movie bigger than it originally seemed. If that’s not a recipe for success, then I’m not sure what is.

    It’s disappointing that the studio is betting on blockbuster numbers in the first several weeks to pay for the movie that could easily be paid for over a longer period of time by earning fans both new and old alike. There have been many successful Michael Bay movies, but who is talking about Bad Boys almost 20 years later? Virtually no one, and probably no one in the Bay household either. People are still talking about most Ridley Scott movies (Kingdom of Heaven and A Good Year notwithstanding) as being seminal works of art and film. It’s an incredibly sad thing that the industry is forcing big, silly movies, especially where the complete opposite has been successful.

    I’m boycotting this movie and hope that you will too. The only way the message gets sent is to do it at the box office.

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  59. Outrage
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    SHIA LE-FUCKING-BOOF?

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  60. garaya
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    I just threw up in my mouth.

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  61. Chris
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    Fuck you bay..just fuck you, stick to ruining transformers and stay away from the classics..Will smith and boofy really? You son of a bitch

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  62. Lili
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    Leave this great movie alone?This is the best version. They haven’t mesesd with anything, they just got rid of terrible things that Ridley Scott always wanted to remove. He added in the scenes the studio wouldn’t let him. He removed the happy, studio imposed ending, Harrison Ford’s voiceover, etc.This isn’t like the Star Wars reedits. They didn’t tweek SFX, it’s reedited and restored.They made it more artful.if by brightness, u mean this specific video, then that’s YouTube’s fault.

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  63. andrew
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    Scott’s Bladrunner was art. This sounds like hollywood cheese.

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  64. Muad'Dib
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    WHY

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  65. Derposaurus
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    Seriously, this might be a great, dumb movie for the hordes of dumb, deevolved teens. But seriously, if you fell asleep during Blade Runner, then I’m really happy to have you dumb morlocks around to do the shit jobs. 😀

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  66. Daniel Abella
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    Seriously here Bay is not the man for the job. This should have gone to Scott who created the texture and mood and noirish pacing of the film. Bay just likes to blow things up…hell evenRonald Emmereich would have been better than Bay!!!
    Time Warner is going to loose big on this one. I think Bay should step down and pass the honors to Sir Scott.

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  67. Rodrigo
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    This is gonna suck big time.

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  68. Makky
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    Blade Runner opening scene wipes the floor over any of today’s cgi shite.

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  69. Patrick Taylor
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    This is horrible news! What a god-awful choice for a director!! And, please, please tell me you’re joking about the casting choices. It’ll be pure schlock at this rate! Why can’t they attract a good director. Somebody who can actually direct serious drama like maybe Shekhar Kapur or somebody like that? And please, cast serious players, even if they’re totally unknown. Will Smith? What, is this going to be a G-rated comedy? Nicholas Cage? Aw c’mon, get real! If this goes ahead as described, I hope somebody does an unauthorized indy-production that puts it to shame!

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  70. Kevin Tsinkelis
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    what the hell are they smoking??? how in any way do they think this was a good idea? PLEASE STOP IT BEFORE ITS TOO LATE!!!!!

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  71. johnS
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    They say it will be filmed in a “new” aspect of 2.1:1 and add an extra 2 feet to the width… since anamorphic scope movies have an aspect ratio already of 2.35:1 – reducing it to 2.1:1 would add to the height – not width…

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  72. John IV
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    Let’s administer the V.K. test on the prequel to gauge for any signs of empathy for having effectively destroyed the classic ’82 versions!

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  73. Xenolicker
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    😀 Ha,ha,ha!

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  74. Pascal
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    let’s hope that Michael Bay will not forget one of the most important assets of the original movie …. the incredible contribution of Vangelis wich was in my opinion 50% of the cyberpunk feeling of Blade Runner

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  75. amar
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    This would be awful if Bay made it..why not Nolan or Ridley? And Bay, the reason the replicants looked like humans in the original film wasn’t because of a lack of CGI, but because they were supposed to be “more human than human.” Bay is an idiot.

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  76. Rachael
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    This could be brilliant. The people complaining are just hanging on to the past. Move with the times folks!!

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  77. kevin tuck
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    BladeRunner is one of the best classic SCI-FI films ever made. BladeRunner2 will go with modern effects because of the changes in modern techhnolagy. But this might get the younger genartion checking out the original film and piecing them together. You can put the film “THE MACHINE” as a way of descibing the start of the synthetics age in warfare. “THE MACHINE”has a lot of mixture of films in it for instance “BladeRunner” (MANGA)”Ghost in the Shell” and can even link “The Terminator” in with it so saying that it will ruin the Original in my view is a No. It’s a classic and you can’t beat it but you’ve got to stop looking in tunnel vision and go with the flow and the changes in technolagey. Give it a chance if it’a flop it’s a flop. At the end of the day who made the flop?

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  78. Jafo
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    Shia Leboeuf? Oh my God. This film will be a fluke. I hope they don’t make this film now.

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