According to Ridley Scott, the much-talked-about sequel to Blade Runner is definitely happening—and he's hinting that it will answer the one question fans of the first film have been debating for 30 years.
The internet has been buzzing the past few days about a little nugget in the Prometheus Blu-ray extras that hint at a potential connection with Ridley Scott's other acclaimed sci-fi franchise—Blade Runner. Now the man behind the stunt has explained exactly what the Easter egg means.
Apple just keeps innovating. Last fall they released the personal assistant application known as Siri, and everyone's iPhones started answering questions and reading text messages out loud and giving directions. Now Siri's taken another step forward into the realm of film criticism.
Back in the days before events like Comic-Con became huge corporate affairs with showstopping presentations and star power delivered by the major studios and TV networks, movies were promoted at sci-fi and comic book conventions in a much more quaint way.
Like Return Of The Jedi and its fake title, Blue Harvest, lots of high-profile films use decoy names to hide their true identity until release. Here's the best of the best, from Superman to Harry Potter, incognito on an obvious one-sheet.
If there was any question that the upcoming videogame Star Wars 1313 was going to be a different take on Lucas' beloved world, some newly leaked concept art puts the debate to rest. This is not your father's Star Wars.
The concept of messing with memories is one that's been at the heart of some great sci-fi stories for decades, and speaks to the very core of humanity—we are what we experience, but what if we didn't really experience it all?
An actor who had a short but unforgettable role in Blade Runner passed away this week, 30 years after getting a part that he was never supposed to play in the first place.
Ridley Scott has people foaming at the mouth over a possible Blade Runner sequel. The director's mentioned more than once that he plans on making a follow-up to his sci-fi classic. If and when the film gets made, there's a certain pop star who'd love a shot as its female lead.
Feeling uninspired? Check out this hypnotic teaser blending 3,285 trippy images from the sci-fi classic by ambitious Swedish artist Anders Ramsell. Rachel's swirling smoke rings never looked more awesome.