A couple days ago, Alcon Entertainment debunked the rumor that Harrison Ford might return for Ridley Scott’s sequel to Blade Runner. Entertainment Weekly, not content to trust the people who are financing the movie, spoke to Scott to double-check that Ford wasn’t really in it. Guess what: Ford isn’t in it. Scott explains that they don’t even have a script, so he doesn’t know if there’s even a place for replicant detective Rick Deckard. But Scott, exercising common sense, wouldn’t rule out the possibility of trying to bring Ford back if that’s what the script calls for.
The Blade Runner sequel is ways off, folks. If you’re eager for a Ridley Scott sci-fi return, look forward to Prometheus.
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