Blade Runner 2049

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Blade Runner 2099: ‘provocative’ TV sequel greenlit by Amazon
With Ridley Scott as executive producer, Amazon promises the TV show ‘will uphold the intellect, themes and spirit of its film predecessors’

Sian Cain

16, Sep, 2022 @1:05 AM

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Happy birthday, Harrison Ford! A superb grumpy old man for 80 years and counting
This landmark birthday for our sole remaining great movie star reminds me that he seems to have been an octogenarian for decades now

Stuart Heritage

13, Jul, 2022 @11:39 AM

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Blade Runner 2099: Ridley Scott to bring sequel TV series to Amazon
The follow-up to Denis Villeneuve’s Blade Runner 2049 will be a live-action series that is reportedly a priority for the company

Benjamin Lee

11, Feb, 2022 @5:45 PM

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On my radar: Lennie James’s cultural highlights
The actor and writer on Muhammad Ali, Uncut Gems and why Desert Island Discs is an essential for a Brit in the US

Kadish Morris

29, Mar, 2020 @9:00 AM

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A third Blade Runner movie is as inevitable as the coming robot revolution
If Ridley Scott’s film can get a triumphant sequel after more than three decades, a box-office fizzle won’t stop the series

Ben Child

30, Jan, 2020 @8:00 AM

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I Am Mother: why blockbuster sci-fi faces an extinction event
Hilary Swank’s new thriller about an out-of-control environmentalist AI shows that ideas-led sci-fi is alive and well – just not in the multiplexes. Hollywood needs to think smaller

Ben Child

20, Jun, 2019 @11:35 AM

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Roger Deakins ends Oscars losing run with best cinematography for Blade Runner 2049
British director of photography finally wins the Academy award for blockbuster sci-fi film after falling short 13 times previously

Andrew Pulver

05, Mar, 2018 @3:48 AM

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Melancholy and Mother Courage: why Three Billboards won the 2018 Baftas | Peter Bradshaw
Martin McDonagh’s black comedy, which features a powerhouse performance from Frances McDormand, surged to a surprise victory at the UK’s premier film awards

Peter Bradshaw

18, Feb, 2018 @10:41 PM

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Peter Bradshaw's predictions for the 2018 film Baftas
Will Brit hopefuls Lady Macbeth and The Death of Stalin triumph? And will Daniel Day-Lewis get a final gong before retiring? Our chief critic places his bets

Peter Bradshaw

18, Feb, 2018 @7:00 AM

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Oscar nominations 2018: a cautious, comfort-food list in Trumpian times
The Shape of Water leads a nominations list that offers up exotic fantasy and imagined past, but is missing something ferocious and polarising

Peter Bradshaw

23, Jan, 2018 @4:14 PM

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'Change is definitely happening': Baftas to follow Golden Globes' #MeToo lead
While some categories lack diversity, this year’s Bafta awards, hosted by Joanna Lumley, will celebrate varied talents and strong female performances

Mark Brown

09, Jan, 2018 @5:53 PM

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Bafta nominations 2018: Shape of Water leads the way as Joanna Lumley announced as new host
Fantasy drama receives 12 nominations for revamped awards, which will be presented by Absolutely Fabulous star following Stephen Fry’s departure

Gwilym Mumford

09, Jan, 2018 @8:25 AM

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