Sunday, October 1, 2017


Welcome to another edition of the OFF-WORLD NEWS Digest.

Photo by Dan Winters

In the news ...

  • Blade Runner: The Final Cut has been making its rounds in theatres around the globe in anticipation of the sequel.
  • We are just days away from the release of Blade Runner 2049 in cinemas worldwide, set for October 6th. Below are some worthwhile interviews, articles, and discussions on the subject. 
  • Denis Villeneuve Explains Composer Jóhann Jóhannsson’s Exit From ‘Blade Runner 2049’. “The thing I will say is that making movies is a laboratory. It’s an artistic process,” Villeneuve said. More HERE.
  • Blade Runner 2049 Original Motion Picture Soundtrack | Limited Edition & Numbered 2-CD Set | Only 2,049 copies of this edition exist! More HERE.
  • Harrison Ford visited Google NYC to discuss "Blade Runner 2049" which marks a return to his role of Rick Deckard from one of his most iconic films, the 1982 sci-fi hit "Blade Runner". Moderated by Kevin Vlk.

  • Director Denis Villeneuve joins DeepMind CEO Demis Hassabis to talk about his upcoming film, Blade Runner 2049.

  • Below is a new and highly-anticipated animated short which serves as a prologue for the upcoming feature film Blade Runner 2049.

  • Adam Savage has seen Blade Runner 2049, and he's been given permission to review the film without giving away any plot details. We're joined by fellow replica prop builder and Blade Runner obsessive Mark Dubeau to talk about the importance of the original film, anticipation among fans, and get Adam's spoiler-free impressions of the long-awaited sequel!

Now for some articles, art, videos, and some podcasts!

  • Cult 45 talks Blade Runner. Click HERE.

And remember to follow @OffWorldNews on Twitter to receive these and other Blade Runner related news items, (including movie showings, specials, and more not featured in this newsletter), as it comes in. And be sure to visit KippleZone's Pinterest page for more Blade Runner images and videos; from behind-the-scenes photos to fan art, figures, and props!

"Have a better one!"


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