Harrison Ford signed to Blade Runner sequel2 RepliesAdd A Reply
I personally feel no matter how well the sequel is done ...I will always be left wondering what it could've been had Ridley directed. It certainly was a very unfortunate turn of events; especially, since they were supposedly so close to heading into production last year (prior to Harry's Pinewood accident).
However, I'm no stranger to the business, and I understand how easily something can slip away for a multitude of reasons. And even when something that felt right to do, eventually becomes wrong. Whatever the case, it isn't meant to be.
The Bright Knight VS. Red Epic Dragon
on Exodus: Gods & Kings
On another note, I very much enjoyed Exodus: Gods and Kings. And once again, he paints beautifully. It's undoubtedly laced with a surprising sweetness at times, even a deep sadness. I cried near the end; probably something to do with the white horse.
French-Canadian Director Denis Villeneuve
I'm already familiar with Denis, and have seen Maelstrom (2000), plus Polytechnique (2009). And plan to view several more of his feature films, soon. I liked what the man had to say about himself (Studio Q interview) ...something about struggling with the forces of authenticity.
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