Ridley Scott was reflected in his decision to step down from directing the sequel to Blade Runner, Blade Runner: 2049due to a scheduling conflict with Alien: Covenant. “I shouldn’t have made this decisionthe director said in a recent interview with Empire (via Variety). “But I had to. I had to do Blade Runner 2.
After participating in the project, Scott announced in 2014 that he would no longer direct a sequel. Blade Runnerchoosing instead to make a sci-fi horror film Alien: CovenantWith Michael Fassbender, Katherine Waterston, Billy Crudup AND Danny McBride. As a result, the project was led Denis Villeneuve with stellar cast Harrison Fordas Rick Deckard Ryan Gosling, Ana de Armas AND Jared Leto.
Although Scott did not direct the sequel, the director acted as an executive producer on the film. He also returns to the franchise for the Prime Video limited series. Blade Runner 2099first announced in 2021.”I am one of the producers“Scott said Esq. “Everything is ready years later. For me, it has to do with the idea of Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World.” The series was officially ordered by Amazon last September and comes from Alcon Entertainment and Scott Free Productions.
Director Game of Thrones, Jeremy Podeswawill lead the pilot Blade Runner 2099With Silka Louise (“The Shining Girls”) as showrunner and executive producer. Plot details remain under wraps, but the limited series is known to be a TV sequel. Blade Runner: 2049.
Ridley Scott will be back in cinema soon Napoleonhis next colossus on the french leader who stars Joaquin Phoenix.