‘Blade Runner 2’ Opening Shot Revealed By Ridley Scott
It has been recently reported that the shooting for “Blade Runner 2” has been scheduled for 2016 while the entire script for the film has been written back in 2014.
Few years back when there were talks about the sequel of the film, it has not been well acknowledged, peculiarly after Ridley Scott’s comeback to the “Alien” universe, “Prometheus.” It became much more interesting for the fans when they came to know about Scott’s dedication for “Blade Runner 2.” While Scott remains extremely busy into the project, he comes up with the sequel’s opening sequence.
Almost 3 years back, Scott revealed the opening shot of the anticipated film. The shot has been based on the-the original opening of a 1982 science fiction. It has been reported that Scott has recently been a part of AFI Festival where he discussed various aspects of filmmaking. In the same event, it has also been elaborated about what the film will present to its audience.
An English translation of the discussion segment has been quoted by a journalist who attended the session, “Blade Runner 2″ has been in the planning stages for years, and it appears that some of producer Ridley Scott’s long-simmering ideas will finally be making it to the big screen.” The landscape in the opening shot will be depicted as an isolated one if compared to the rolling countryside of Deckard. It has also been revealed by Scott that opening scene will awfully depict a “Grapes of Wrath” vibe and an isolated white cottage. The dead tree with wires all around will add to the beauty of the scene.
Meanwhile, Ryan Gosling’s role has also been confirmed in the film. It will be quite interesting to see what this long awaited cinematic marvel’s sequence will present to its fans. For more updates and film news, stay connected to Movie News Guide!
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