Blade Runner 2049 may not have lit the box office on fire nearly as much as it should have, but its dystopian world is living on in the world of comic books.
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Blade Runner 2049 was a critical darling, getting a largely raving reception, but audiences didn't seem to reciprocate. The movie had lacklustre success, failing to bring in little more than half its budget in the US. And while it's done better overseas, director Denis Villeneuve is struggling to understand why the movie was such a box office disappointment - though it could be history repeating itself.
A new Blade Runner 2049 trailer landed this morning, and if you thought Jared Leto was up to no good in the last trailer, he really ups his creepiness in this one. But we also noticed new characters, new locations, and more than a few lines that are subtly different from when we heard them in the first trailer.
Bad news? How could a video game based on the upcoming sequel to everyone's favourite cyberpunk flick be considered ill tidings? Well, it's not a PC game. It's not a console game. Yes, that's right, it'll be a mobile game. I don't want to pass judgement prematurely, but things haven't gotten off to a good start.
We got our first full-length trailer for Blade Runner 2049 today, and while it tried to hide any possible answers it might have, no movie is safe from our sleuthing. We scanned and enhanced the footage to not only figure out the general shape of the film, but also to find the many allusions to its predecessor.