POLL: Should Ridley Scott make that new Blade Runner movie?

When you heard the news last week that director Ridley Scott would be returning to the world of Blade Runner for a new movie, we know there's no way you were blase about it. You had to be either jumping for joy or gnashing your teeth—but which?

We have no idea whether any new movie will be a prequel or a sequel, but one thing we do know is that now that Scott—who directed the 1982 classic—is involved, the likelihood of the film being made has increased a bazillion-fold. But SHOULD it be made?

Should classics be left alone? Or are they as fair game for prequels, sequels and reboots as any other movie?

Let us know what you think below!

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