Blade Runner was unlike anything else on the big screen in 1982. It was set in a spectacular, decaying, visually decadent future, when androids who look like humans emigrate illegally to Los Angeles, desperate to survive and avoid capture by police operatives known as blade runners.
Picking up the story 30 years later, Blade Runner 2049 follows a young blade runner (Ryan Gosling) who searches for answers after long-buried secrets are uncovered. Harrison Ford returns as Rick Deckard, a legendary blade runner, now in retirement, who may hold the key. Will new characters like Niander Wallace (Jared Leto) and Joi (Ana de Armas), depicted in the motion poster below along with the two blade runners, help or hinder them?
Watch a new, exclusive trailer below and then get your tickets to Blade Runner 2049. It opens in theaters on October 6, 2017; get your tickets now.