‘Blade Runner 2049’ Trailer: Showcases the hunt for something grand

This year more than ever you have seen blockbuster and studio films that have become to be some the best films of the year. It seems to be continuing with films like Dunkirk and Blade Runner 2049 still to come out. But it seems that Warner Bros is having a bit of a marketing push this week due to the fact that Dunkirk is coming out this week along with Comic-Con being this week so the film will be heavily promoted.

The previous trailer has really kept the details of the plot under wraps and the featurette didn’t really give us much of a look at the film either. But this trailer has given us a glimpse into what is to come in this long-awaited sequel.

This trailer gave us a glimpse at Officer K (Ryan Gosling) who is currently on the hunt and you get to see him come across the likes of Dave Bautista’s character, Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) and Joi (Ana de Armas).

But this trailer also really does shine a light on Neander Wallace (Jared Leto) and how he figures into the equation. It really does seem that he plays a big role in the film. In short, it seems that he is the creator of the replicants or something along the lines of that. He seems to be chasing the key to unlocking something. That key might have something to do with Officer K and Deckard.

The trailer really does give off very eerie visual with the use of insects and the use of colours. It respects the original while trying to stand on its own. The other talking point is the use of the score that Jóhann Jóhannsson has composed. It seems that he captures the exact feel you want from the film which just adds to my excitement.

Blade Runner 2049 opens October 6, 2017. Scripted by Michael Green (LoganAlien: Covenant and Murder on the Orient Express) and Hampton Fancher (Blade Runner). It stars Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Anna de Armas, Mackenzie Davis, Robin Wright,  Jared Leto, Carla Juri, Dave Bautista and Barkhad Abdi.

Here is the first trailer below:

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