The series advances the continuation of science fiction stories

Foreign media reports indicate that the live action sequel to Blade Runner 2049, Blades 2099, has been released on March 7th, Beijing time. The first two episodes are directed by Jonathan van Tulken, while the original director is Jeremy Podeva (Game of Thrones and Empire of the Atlantic) due to scheduling issues.

Filming on the drama was originally planned for last summer, but it was postponed due to a Hollywood worker’s strike. It is now scheduled to begin filming in April.

Despite not making an announcement yet, the story takes place 50 years after the background time of the previous film. Redley Scott, director of Blade Runner series, and screenwriter Michael Green are serving as executive producers, with Silva Louisa writing and operating it.

The 2017 sequel to the 1982 film “Blade Runner” was released in 2017, directed by Dennis Villeneuve and co-written by Hampton Finch and Michael Greene. Director Ridley Scott served as executive producer, with Harrison Ford reprising his role as Rick Dyke. Other notable actors on board include Ryan Gosling, Anna de Armas, Robin White, Jared Leto, and Dave Batista. The story follows Blade runner K for an investigation that takes place three decades after the initial episode, followed by detailed trailblazer probehoundhound huntermobile.

At the 90th Academy Awards, Blade Runner 2049 was nominated for Best Visual Effects and Best Cinematography with five nominations. It also received eight nomination at the British Academy Film Awards’ 71st Annual Meeting, which included Best Director, Best Cineworld Productions, andBest Visualities.

(Meng Qing)

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