The New Blade Runner 2049 Trailer is Here!


As promised last night, the second trailer for Blade Runner 2049 premiered this morning on Good Morning America.

The footage is intense, hinting that characters may or may not be replicants themselves, although we already know some questions about Harrison Ford's character will be left unanswered. Previous footage and details have shown us Gosling's Officer K in search of Ford's Deckard, but we didn't really know much more about the mysterious attractive girl, the mysterious killer girl, Jared Leto's character or what any of them had to do with one another.

Blade Runner 2049 is released in United Kingdom cinemas on October 6, 2017.

In less than three months we'll be getting Denis Villeneuve's sequel to Ridley Scott's landmark sci-fi film, and we imagine WB wants audiences to embrace Blade Runner 2049 much more quickly than audiences did in 1982.


"The future of the species is finally unearthed", an unknown voice says ominously at the end of the newest blade Runner 2049 trailer.

The new trailer also shows a spiky interaction between K and what looks to be a burly replicant played by former wrestler Dave Bautista.

The new trailer for the only sequel that matters this year has arrived. Harrison Ford's Rick Deckard has been on the run for the past 30 years, and at least two parties are very interested in finding him. Ana de Armas, Mackenzie Davis, Jared Leto, and Robin Wright are all confirmed to star.

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