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Blade Runner co-writer reveals original idea of a Cold War setting for the iconic movie.

25 July 2017 5:02 AM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Author: Zehra Phelan

Blade Runner co-writer Hampton Fancher revealed at San Diego Comic Con that a sequel to the 1982 original was on the table as far back as a year after the initial release.

Related: New Blade Runner 2049 Trailer

Speaking with Collider Fancher explained that within a year Ridley Scott and himself were indeed talking about a sequel but unfortunately for us they came up against legal problems which halted a follow-up.

“When we finished the first one, within a year we were talking about a second one. Ridley called, I was in New York and I went out to La, and we batted stories around. Nothing came of it because of legal problems”.

Fancher, who also co-wrote this year’s sequel starring Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling, went on to reveal his vision for the sequel some 35 years ago and it included sending Ford’s Deckard to Moscow »

- Zehra Phelan

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The new trailer for Blade Runner 2049 will blow your mind

17 July 2017 6:03 AM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Author: Jon Lyus

We’ve already seen some of the world Denis Villeneuve and Ridley Scott have been building for the follow up to Scott’s 1982 sci-fi classic. We’ve seen some very impressive neon-laced cityscapes, a bevy of future-noir couplings, and a very handsome first trailer. Blade Runner 2049 has a lot to live up to – however this new trailer gives us hope that the team are more than up to it.

Harrison Ford and Edward James Olmos are scheduled to return all these years later. Newcomers to the series include our new leading man Ryan Gosling, Ana de Armas (Knock Knock), Robin Wright (Wonder Woman), Mackenzie Davis (The Martian) Dave Bautista (Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2), Lennie James (The Walking Dead) and Suicide Squad’s Joker – Jared Leto.

Ryan Gosling and HArrison Ford in Denis Villeneuve’s Blade Runner 2049.

This new trailer shows off a confrontation between Gosling and Bautista, »

- Jon Lyus

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Check out these stunning new images from Blade Runner 2049

14 July 2017 2:30 AM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Author: Zehra Phelan

A set of three stunning images have emerged for Ridley Scott’s upcoming Blade Runner 2049 for you to set your gaze upon. See the images at the bottom of this post.

Related: Stunning New Footage for Blade Runner 2049

All three images, two of which are brand new stills debuted by Empire in their special Blade Runner 2049 edition, show both Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling as Rick Deckard and Officer K in intense situations including a first look at their first meeting of each other.

Update: Four more pics have debuted from Entertainment Weekly, see them with your eyes here:

The third image with its atmospheric mood seems to convey a contrast to the warm orange tones of the previous images, with the pair looking downbeat and stranded on a damn like wall on the verge of the lapping sea. This may be a Ridley Scott »

- Zehra Phelan

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Explaining the ending of Doctor Who series 10

30 June 2017 3:02 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Pete Dillon-Trenchard Jul 1, 2017

Huge spoilers, as we go into detail on the ending of Doctor Who series 10, The Doctor Falls...

Massive Spoilers Lie Ahead

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Ah, let's just start with the spoiler squirrel. Best to be safe. Scroll only below the friendly squirrel-y one if you want the spoilers. For new readers, we put said squirrel in place to stop spoilers accidentally being read at the top of an article. Once you're down there, you're on your own...

Still with us? Here we go...

Tonight’s Doctor Who finale was very much one that rewarded loyal viewers of the programme - by which we mean you have to have been paying attention or there’s a »

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Doctor Who recap: series 36, episode 11 – World Enough and Time

24 June 2017 11:30 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

The Mondasian Cybermen make a deliciously chilling return – and they’re not the only ones. Get ready for more hijinks and foul play in next week’s finale

The time has come. But the moment has been prepared for. That’s to paraphrase the Fourth Doctor as he faced his own impending demise. It’s a shame that we know so far in advance that a Doctor is leaving, because it always means that the sense of foreboding overrides everything else. Add to that the fact that it is Steven Moffat’s final run, and perfectly good episodes like Knock Knock and The Eaters of Light, even the ambitious Monks Trilogy, run the risk of feeling a bit whatever. It is a human curse to wish your life away, and a fan curse to wish away a quality series so that we might just get to the end.

Continue reading. »

- Dan Martin

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Stunning new footage arrives for Denis Villeneuve’s Blade Runner 2049

21 June 2017 7:59 AM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Author: Scott Davis

With the 35th anniversary of Ridley Scott’s seminal sci-fi spectacular Blade Runner arriving this Sunday, a new featurette from its hugely anticipated sequel, Blade Runner 2049, has arrived to celebrate the occasion.

EW has debuted the new video, titled Blade Runner 2049: Time To Live, and it features some never before seen behind-the-scenes footage as well as some new tastes as to what we can expect from the new film, directed by acclaimed filmmaker Denis Villeneuve (Arrival, Sicario).

Speaking to the same outlet, Villeneuve said that the film is almost complete and is as excited as anyone to see what he and his crew have created, saying:

“We are running towards the finishing line right now,… We are elated. It feels like Christmas as we look at the completed shots.”

Harrison Ford, reprising his role from the original, says it was fun to return to the character after so many years, adding:

“I think it’s kind of fun to play a character 30 years later… The story, the themes, the stunning visual environments — it was a pleasure to get back in the world of Blade Runner again.”

See Also: Watch the wonderous full trailer for Blade Runner 2049

Here’s the film’s official synopsis:

Thirty years after the events of the first film, a new blade runner, Lapd Officer K (Ryan Gosling), unearths a long-buried secret that has the potential to plunge what’s left of society into chaos. K’s discovery leads him on a quest to find Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), a former Lapd blade runner who has been missing for 30 years.

Produced by Ridley Scott, the film stars Ryan Gosling (La La Land), Harrison Ford (Star Wars: The Force Awakens), Ana de Armas (Knock Knock), Robin Wright (Wonder Woman), Mackenzie Davis (The Martian) Dave Bautista (Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2), Lennie James (The Walking Dead) and Jared Leto (Suicide Squad), as well as Edward James Olmos, who reprises his role as Gaff from the original.

Blade Runner 2049 opens October 6th.

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- Scott Davis

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Jack Black to Star in Eli Roth’s Adaptation of ‘The House With a Clock In Its Walls’

21 June 2017 5:30 AM, PDT | Slash Film | See recent Slash Film news »

Hostel and Knock Knock director Eli Roth now has two projects in the works at Amblin Entertainment. The newly announced pic, The House With A Clock In Its Walls, will star Jack Black and be produced by James Vanderbilt (Zodiac). It’s an adaptation of John Bellairs and illustrator Edward Gorey‘s 1973 novel, which is a part of a 12-part series. Below, learn more about the new Eli Roth Amblin […]

The post Jack Black to Star in Eli Roth’s Adaptation of ‘The House With a Clock In Its Walls’ appeared first on /Film. »

- Jack Giroux

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Why Doctor Who needs season arcs

4 June 2017 11:57 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Mark Harrison Jun 5, 2017

Arcing storylines enrich Doctor Who and reward its audience, Mark suggests...

Warning: contains spoilers for Doctor Who series 10.

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Unlikely as it might seem to long-time readers of this site, there might be some people who have only just started watching Doctor Who this year. After a year off air, Steven Moffat's brief going into this year's excellent tenth series seems to have been to give the show a soft reboot, picking up with Peter Capaldi's Doctor some time after the last series and ushering in the arrival of Pearl Mackie's new companion, Bill Potts.

To that end, the series started out with an enjoyable run of standalone episodes, boiling the show down to its essence of a madman in a box taking a young woman on adventures in time and space. »

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Doctor Who: the real monsters of series 10

16 May 2017 8:53 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Louisa Mellor May 17, 2017

Oxygen and Thin Ice show that the monsters aren’t what’s truly scary in Doctor Who series 10…

Warning: contains spoilers for Doctor Who series 10 episodes 1-5.

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Sci-fi is often a testing ground for our fears. We take something that scares us, dress it up in a tentacled bug suit, and write a comforting story about how we defeated it. (Sometimes we write stories about how it defeated us, but those don’t tend to sell as well.)

From the very start of the genre, writers have shaped monsters from the stuff of their anxiety—hubristic scientific advance or disease or enemies from this war or that—and designed scenarios in which, through pluck, luck and brains, we send them packing or squash them flat. Nuclear war, AIDS, terrorism? Bug suit. Story. Defeat.

Like any good sci-fi show, »

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Doctor Who series 10: Oxygen review

13 May 2017 12:11 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Simon Brew May 13, 2017

Doctor Who series 10 episode 5 is Oxygen - and with lots of spoilers, here's our review...

This review contains spoilers. Our spoiler-free review is here.

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10.5 Oxygen

“Space. The Final Frontier. Final, because it wants to kill us”

It started with a Star Trek line. It ended with a hell of a cliffhanger. It left us hoping that Chris Chibnall has already signed up writer Jamie Mathieson – returning to Doctor Who writing following the likes of Flatline and Mummy On The Orient Express - for series 11. It would be fair to say that Oxygen was something of a triumph.

And I’m going to start at the end.

Notwithstanding the next time trailer, »

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Doctor Who series 10: Oxygen review

12 May 2017 3:04 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Simon Brew May 13, 2017

Doctor Who series 10 episode 5 is Oxygen - and with lots of spoilers, here's our review...

This review contains spoilers. Our spoiler-free review is here.

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10.5 Oxygen

“Space. The Final Frontier. Final, because it wants to kill us”

It started with a Star Trek line. It ended with a hell of a cliffhanger. It left us hoping that Chris Chibnall has already signed up writer Jamie Mathieson – returning to Doctor Who writing following the likes of Flatline and Mummy On The Orient Express - for series 11. It would be fair to say that Oxygen was something of a triumph.

And I’m going to start at the end.

Notwithstanding the next time trailer, that I won’t go through as I appreciate many chose to avoid it (and it certainly has things in it that spoiler-phobes would want »

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Doctor Who series 10: Oxygen spoiler-free review

10 May 2017 9:53 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Simon Brew May 11, 2017

Peter Capaldi, Pearl Mackie and Matt Lucas all head out into space in Doctor Who series 10's latest adventure. Here's our Oxygen review...

10.5 Oxygen

Ah, now here’s that episode of Doctor Who series 10 with scary monsters that you were waiting for.

Cooked up in the brain of Jamie Mathieson – back after Mummy On The Orient Express, Flatline and The Girl Who Died - it’s also the first story in the run that brings Matt Lucas’ Nardole properly along for the ride, and lets us spend a bit of quality time with him. Scary monsters? Nardole? That’s two things many fans were asking for in one 45 minute episode.

An episode that just happens to be terrific.

The set up on the surface seems your standard Doctor Who base under siege, but there’s a good deal more to it. This time, the Doctor, Bill and »

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Prozac Nation: a film breaking down a mental health boundary

10 May 2017 8:56 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Chloe Catchpole May 11, 2017

Not many may have seen the Christina Ricci-headlined film adaptation of Prozac Nation. But it's a film with a real power to it.

One of the most damaging stigmas surrounding mental health is shame. The personal pressure to maintain a ‘normal’ façade is all consuming and perpetually draining. It is an onerous full time job shrouded in secrecy.

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Others see a functioning human being - working, chatting, socialising with an occasional laugh or smile - but behind closed doors in the personal confines of home nothing could be further from the truth. We mask the all-encompassing darkness that seeps into every anxiety-ridden moment, a private »

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‘Doctor Who 10×04: Knock Knock’ Review

8 May 2017 6:01 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Ever since Blink, there has been an anticipation around creepy episodes of Doctor Who, that they will deliver the same creepiness. While some have come close, not many have managed to reach the same impressive quality of Blink. Knock Knock though promised something different, and that was David Suchet.

In Knock Knock we are back to modern-day, and Bill (Pearl Mackie) is moving into a new house with friends. Too good to be true, the house seems to be the perfect accommodation for the students, but with The Doctor (Peter Capaldi) on edge, and a creepy Landlord (David Suchet) hanging around, it’s not long before things start to get creepy.

There is a Gothic creepiness to Knock Knock, right down to creaky floorboards of the old house which of course is a hint as to what is to come. David Suchet’s character is an interesting one, and the »

- Paul Metcalf

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Doctor Who series 10: Knock Knock review

6 May 2017 9:01 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Simon Brew May 6, 2017

Lots of spoilers, as we dissect the latest episode of Doctor Who series 10, Knock Knock...

This review contains spoilers. Our spoiler-free review is here.

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10.4 Knock Knock

“Do you like Little Mix?”

There’s a bit towards the end of the Sylvester McCoy Doctor Who story, The Curse Of Fenric, that always moves me. I don’t want to spoil the exact nature of it, not least because it’s a moment that hits you all the harder if you don’t see it coming. Just that it involves Ace, played by Sophie Aldred, and it really adds something special and incredibly human to the story.

I bring it up because I love the last third of Knock Knock, »

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Doctor Who: Knock Knock geeky spots and Easter eggs

6 May 2017 8:49 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Pete Dillon-Trenchard May 6, 2017

Doctor Who series 10 strikes gold with Knock Knock - and there were some interesting references in it, too...

This article contains lots of spoilers for Doctor Who.

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Knock, Knock is a real treat - a spooky, atmospheric tale with an emotional core and some brilliant guest performances. And in a sense it’s a real treat for this writer too, as it’s one of those Doctor Who episodes that’s so fresh and unlike anything the series has done before in its 54-year history (intentionally or otherwise) that this article is significantly shorter than usual; we hope that’s okay. But as ever, if you think you’ve spotted something we’ve missed, please do leave it in the comments below...

Poirot’s Last Case

We’ll start with a reference that wasn’t - in »

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Alien: Covenant review

4 May 2017 8:26 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Ridley Scott returns with another Alien prequel to follow 2012’s Prometheus. Here’s our spoiler-free review of Alien: Covenant...

Please note: this review contains a light spoiler, something that's been revealed already in the film's promotion. But just flagging it here in case you've managed to avoid everything so far.

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Prometheus was a lot of things, but one of the things it seldom felt like was an Alien movie. In some respects, this was a positive; rather than offer a straight retread of his 1979 hit, director Ridley Scott went off in another direction - broadening out the Alien universe with tales of humanity’s origins and ancient gods on »

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Ryan Gosling & Harrison Ford appear in stunning new posters for Blade Runner 2049

4 May 2017 7:56 AM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Author: Scott Davis

We’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe – including these brand new (and quite beautiful) posters for the long-gestating sequel, Blade Runner 2049, which you can view in all their glory below!

After almost 34 years, Ridley Scott’s seminal sci-fi film has got a follow-up that sees acclaimed director Denis Villeneuve (Sicario, Arrival) return to the world of replicants in 2049 and has Harrison Ford (Star Wars: The Force Awakens) reprise his role as former Replicant hunter Rick Deckard. Will we get definitive proof as to whether Deckard is indeed a Replicant? Scott always maintained that he was but we still don’t know 100%.

The new film is led by Academy Award Nominee Ryan Gosling (La La Land, The Nice Guys) as our new Blade Runner, named K, who is the new hunter. However, on his mission, he uncovers a secret that could send the current society into chaos – and to Deckard. »

- Scott Davis

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Doctor Who series 10: Knock Knock spoiler-free review

3 May 2017 9:58 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Simon Brew May 4, 2017

Doctor Who series 10 moves on to Knock Knock at the weekend.

10.4 Knock Knock

My favourite of the run so far, this one. I'll get that said right at the start.

Four weeks into series 10 of Doctor Who, the show’s confident enough that we know Pearl Mackie’s Bill quite well, and that it can get on with telling the kind of story that can sit in the middle of a series, without the need for too much explaining. Don’t take that as a slight, thought. Mike Bartlett’s first Doctor Who story, Knock Knock, is a strong lesson in zeroing on a small number of ideas, and really making them count. It assumes that we know the basics by now, and doesn’t need to layer in long-running threads. It’s got a story to tell instead, and boy, it tells it well.

The set-up »

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Better Call Saul season 3 episode 4 review: Sabrosito

2 May 2017 4:36 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Gabriel Bergmoser May 2, 2017

As Better Call Saul gets closer and closer to the timeline of Breaking Bad, both shows start to bleed into each other...

This review contains spoilers.

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3.4 Sabrosito

In one of the most chilling scenes in television history, Gustavo Fring, riding high on his ultimate victory over the cartel who tormented him and murdered his best friend/possible lover, dragged nemesis Walter White out to the desert and threatened to kill his wife, his son and his infant daughter. Walter, at the height of his hubris and nearing the depths of his moral decay, was truly cowed for the first time, backed into a corner and close to defeat, and it was hard as an audience not to feel the same way. In the hands of Giancarlo Esposito, »

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