The stunning visuals—as well as on-set interviews with Harrison Ford, Ryan Gosling, Jared Leto and director Denis Villeneuve—have ratcheted up our excitement to near intolerable levels.
"The story, the themes, the stunning visual environments... it was a pleasure getting back to the world of Blade Runner again," begins "Deckard" actor Harrison Ford. "I think it's kind of fun to play a character 30 years later."
"Blade Runner revolutionized the way we view science fiction," says director Denis Villeneuve. "I never felt that much pressure on my shoulders thinking that Ridley Scott would see this movie."
"The first movie was always meant to be a standalone film, but there's always more to tell than two hours would allow," concludes original director Ridley Scott, clearly voicing his approval of Villeneuve's arresting new vision.
Blade Runner 2049 hits theaters on October 6, 2017. Until then, bask in some more of the gorgeous neon-soaked visuals from the most anticipated sequel in eons.