It's something that Hollywood really didn't need to do, but here it is all the same: Blade Runner 2049.
Starring Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford, the new Blade Runner movie doesn't land internationally until October 6 next year. And there's not a great deal revealed in this latest footage, besides the two replicant hunters meeting up and a general idea of how the city will be framed.
Set 30 years after the original Blade Runner, Blade Runner 2049 sees Gosling uncover a secret that sets him on a path to find Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford). Deckard's been missing for 30 years, but it'll be fun to see how much the original factors into the new film.
Personally, I would have been happy if Hollywood let Blade Runner lie. But it's a great reminder of how good the original film was, and also a reminder that (if you can get it working on Windows 10) the Blade Runner adventure game, made by the same studio who did Command & Conquer and Red Alert, was also pretty decent.