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While some filmmakers only find out the night before, Cannes Film Festival’s Thierry Frémaux informed Denis Villeneuve that he’d be part of the Main Comp mix almost three weeks back. Having been on the Croisette before with his debut film Un 32 août sur Terrre (Un Certain Regard), and the Directors’ Fortnight was home for his epic short Next Floor and sobering Polytechnique, the Quebecois helmer saw his critically lauded Incendies and Enemy receive a pass from the fest, but it was this work that ultimately convinced backers with deep pockets to have the auteur filmmaker move onto large-scale productions (Prisoners, Story of Us, the Blade Runner sequel), and in turn Sicario is now among the hopefuls for the Palme d’Or.
The film’s Canadian distributor Entertainment One hosted a press conference the morning of the Cannes announcement and we learned that the filmmaker (who is one degree »
- Eric Lavallee
Devil’s Gate, Independence Day 2, Blade Runner 2, and other films have made recent film casting, screenwriting, and director news. These films come from movie studios primarily based in the United States. The castings, screenwriters, and directors are subject to change. Wonder Woman Just days after Wonder Woman lost director [...]
- Rollo Tomasi
Today is a stacked episode with reviews of Unfriended and Ex Machina before we dive into the new Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens trailer, listening to the fake Dennis Quaid rant, listening to your voice mail, playing some games and bouncing through a few news stories. We hope you enjoy. If you are on Twitter, we have a Twitter account dedicated to the podcast at @bnlpod. Give us a follow won'tchac I want to remind you that you can call in and leave us your comments, thoughts, questions, etc. directly on our Google Voice account, which you can call and leave a message for us at (925) 526-5763, which may be even easier to remember at (925) 5-bnl-pod. Just call, leave us a voice mail and we'll add those to the show and respond directly. An alternative to that option, you can leave us a voicemail directly from your computer. »
- Brad Brevet
Ryan Gosling is currently in negotiations to star in director Denis Villeneuve‘s Blade Runner sequel. Ryan Gosling In Blade Runner In talks with Alcon Entertainment, Gosling could be the lead in the highly anticipated Blade Runner sequel, reported Deadline. The details of Gosling’s potential character have yet to be revealed, as the studio is keeping a […]
- Chelsea Regan
"Mr. Turner director Mike Leigh will return to the 19th century for his next film, currently titled Peterloo, a drama about the infamous Peterloo Massacre of 1819," reports Andreas Wiseman for Screen. More projects in the works: Lars von Trier has sobered up and is back to work on The House That Jack Built, an eight-part English-language television series about a serial killer. Michael Mann and Robert De Niro are working on separate Enzo Ferrari biopics. Sight & Sound editor Nick James visits the set of Gabe Klinger's Porto, Mon Amour. Ryan Gosling is in negotiations to star in Denis Villeneuve's sequel to Blade Runner. Cary Fukunaga will direct The Alienist, based on the novel by Caleb Carr. And more. » - David Hudson »
Steve Carell has officially completed his transformation from comedic actor to a dramatic one. No one is left doubting his talents as a versatile performer. Thus, whatever he does next is highly anticipated, and this latest project might just be the perfect fit for him to show both sides of his acting range.
The Wrap is reporting that Carell is now set to star in Marwencol, a movie based on a 2010 documentary planned over two years ago by Robert Zemeckis. Carell will presumably portray Mark Hogancamp, who as seen in the documentary is a man who was beaten brutally by teenagers to the point that he suffered brain damage and amnesia. He now spends his time creating miniature figurines of a scale, World War II era town. Here’s the full synopsis for the documentary:
- Brian Welk
Am I the only one who isn’t enamored with Ryan Gosling? He’s sort of bland, and I always feel like I’m watching Gosling instead of the character he’s supposed to be portraying. I loved him in Drive, but haven’t found anything that excited me since. Now, he’s in negotiations to star in the Blade Runner […] »
One of the most iconic science fiction movies ever made is getting a sequel... and it's also getting a little Ryan Gosling, too. Gosling has signed on to star alongside Harrison Ford in Blade Runner 2, which will be directed by Denis Villenueve (Prisoners) and take place several decades after the conclusion of the 1982 film directed by Ridley Scott. The first film was set in a dystopian version of the year 2019, and it looked a little something like this. ...
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We already know that Harrison Ford will return for the upcoming "Blade Runner" sequel, which will be directed by Denis Villeneuve (Prisoners) and produced by Ridley Scott. Now comes word that Ryan Gosling is in talks to join the film. It's not clear what role he'll play. The story takes place several decades after the conclusion of the 1982 original. It's written by Hampton Fancher (co-write of the original) and Michael Green, based on an idea by Scott and Fancher. Filming is expected to begin next summer. »
Alcon Entertainment, the producers of the upcoming Blade Runner sequel, always seem to be announcing things a little early. Last time, it was that Denis Villeneuve was ‘negotiating’ to direct, not that he’d actually signed on.
This time, it’s that Ryan Gosling is, once again, ‘negotiating’ to star. They might have waited a moment and let the guy put his name on the papers first, don’t you think?
The same announcement says that Harrison Ford will be co-starring, though my understanding is that Ford’s is a smaller role and we won’t be seeing him until later on in the film. Blade Runner 2: The Hunt For Deckard?
No information has been given about Gosling’s part, though I can tell you that the production is now looking to cast a woman of a similar age in the other lead role. I dare say we’ll »
- Brendon Connelly
While a sequel to one of Harrison Ford’s most iconic cinema associations was being celebrated yesterday, there was some stealthier news about another. Variety reports that Ryan Gosling is now in negotiations to join the once and future Rick Deckard in the Blade Runner sequel.Plot details for the new movie are scant at this point, though we do know it will take place after the events of the original and features Ford back as Deckard. As for what Gosling might do in the movie? That has yet to be released from the vault of security around the film.Prisoners director Denis Villeneuve is directing this follow-up to Ridley Scott’s 1982 tech noir thriller, with Hampton Fancher and Michael Green providing the script. Scott is on board as executive producer and consultant for the film, presumably hoping this one doesn’t need 17 different cuts when all is said and done. »
Ryan Gosling’s been hot on his heels lately, running from one project to the next. He’s just finished his directorial debut Lost River, and wrapped on Shane Black’s (Kiss Kiss Bang Bang) The Nice Guys, and Terrence Malick’s Weightless. He’s currently shooting an Adam Mckay film starring Christian Bale, Brad Pitt, Steve Carell, titled The Big Short.
Now he’s in talks to star in Blade Runner 2 alongside Harrison Ford (whose face graces the new and great Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer) returning as Deckard. Not much is known plotwise, but we know it’s been penned by Blade Runner co-writer Hampton Fancher and Michael Green, based on an idea between Ridley Scott and Fancher. It’s supposed to take place several decades after the original, meaning Deckard is appropriately much older (and perhaps still a replicant? But lets not get into that »
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One of the most iconic science fiction movies ever made is getting a sequel... and it's also getting a little Ryan Gosling, too. Gosling has signed on to star alongside Harrison Ford in Blade Runner 2, which will be directed by Denis Villenueve (Prisoners) and take place several decades after the conclusion of the 1982 film, directed by Ridley Scott. The first film was set in a dystopian version of the year 2019, and it looked a little something like this. Ford will reprise the role of Rick Deckard, and as of now plot details are being kept under wraps, though we imagine it will further tell the story of a future involving human clones and the threat they pose to all of humanity. Here's a trailer to refresh your memory. Blade Runner 2 currently does not...
- Erik Davis
On what is becoming a monumental day for fans of Harrison Ford.s classic science fiction vehicles, some interesting news has surfaced regarding the long-in-the-making sequel to Blade Runner. It has been announced that Ryan Gosling could join a returning Harrison Ford in the follow-up to the futuristic actioner and its world full of rogue replicants. Coming by way of an announcement from production company Alcon Entertainment, it seems that Gosling is in negotiations to co-star in the sci-fi sequel alongside Ford, who reprises the role of replicant hunter Rick Deckard. At this point, no details have emerged regarding the nature of Gosling.s character, however, this seems to have the makings of a possible passing of the franchise torch. While Ridley Scott, the helmer of the original 1982 Blade Runner, will still be involved with the sequel as an executive producer, he will cede the director.s chair to Denis »
Ryan Gosling shows no signs of slowing down as The Wrap is reporting that he is in talks to join Harrison Ford on the cast of Denis Villeneuve's Blade Runner film. Gosling has recently been mentioned with projects like Del Toro's Haunted Mansion and reunite with Gangster Squad's femme fatale Emma Stone in La La Land.Villeneuve is no slouch himself as his latest film, the drug trafficking dram Sicario, was just announced in the lineup of Cannes in May. There are no details right now about who, or what, Gosling's character would be in the film. Production is set to begin in Summer of 2016. ...
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- Christopher Campbell
When it was confirmed in February that Harrison Ford will reprise his role as Rick Deckard in Alcon Entertainment's Blade Runner sequel, you may have immediately started wondering who would join him in the new neo-noir, as Deckard's sure to run into memorable characters of both the human and replicant varieties. Though we don't know who he'd play, it's been revealed that Ryan Gosling is in talks to star alongside Ford in Denis Villeneuve's Blade Runner sequel that's slated to start shooting next summer:
Press Release (via The Hollywood News) -- "Los Angeles, CA, April 16, 2015 – Ryan Gosling is in negotiations to star in Alcon Entertainment’s sequel to Blade Runner, being directed by Denis Villeneuve (Prisoners) and executive produced by Ridley Scott.
Principal photography is set to start in summer of »
- Derek Anderson
Ryan Gosling is in talks with Alcon Entertainment about joining the cast of the upcoming Blade Runner sequel, which is being executive produced by Ridley Scott, with Denis Villeneuve (Prisoners) directing.
The sequel to Scott’s sci-fi classic will see Harrison Ford reprising the role of Rick Deckard and is set to take place several decades after the 1982 original, although further plot details are being kept tightly under wraps.
- Gary Collinson
Ryan Gosling used to be famous for avoiding roles in tentpole films, but for some reason he's now changed his mind: Variety reports that Gosling is in final talks to appear in Denis Villeneuve's upcoming Blade Runner sequel. Harrison Ford is already onboard to reprise his role as Rick Deckard in the film, which will reportedly take place 30 or so years after the original. Gosling's role isn't known, but he'll likely be the movie's main character; as Ridley Scott explained last year, the sequel is centered around a search for Deckard, who doesn't appear until the third act. Is that because he's a replicant? We'll get our answer when the movie comes out, and then a different answer when the director's cut does. »
- Nate Jones
Preparation is already well underway for the sequel to the 1982 sci-fi film which was directed by Ridley Scott.
Ford is returning as Rick Deckard with principal photography set to begin in the summer of 2016.
All that is known of the story is that it will pick up a few decades after the original, but further details and who Gosling will play are as yet unclear.
Matt Smith stars as the film's villain and DS asked Gosling if Smith's »
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