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Blade Runner 2049, Tron Legacy, Los Angeles, Awesome, Cyberpunk, Paul Lambert, The O'jays, Double Negative, The Arts

BLADE RUNNER 2049: Paul Lambert - VFX Supervisor - Double Negative - The Art of VFXThe Art of VFX

BLADE RUNNER 2049: Paul Lambert - VFX Supervisor - Double Negative - The Art of VFXThe Art of VFX

A scene from Alcon Entertainment's sci fi thriller ÒBLADE RUNNER 2049,Ó a Warner Bros. Pictures and Sony Pictures Entertainment release, domestic distribution by Warner Bros. Pictures and international distribution by Sony Pictures.

A scene from Alcon Entertainment's sci fi thriller ÒBLADE RUNNER 2049,Ó a Warner Bros. Pictures and Sony Pictures Entertainment release, domestic distribution by Warner Bros. Pictures and international distribution by Sony Pictures.

Luxuriate in These Stills From the ‘Blade Runner 2049' Trailer

Luxuriate in These Stills From the ‘Blade Runner 2049' Trailer

Blade Runner 2049 continues questionable trend of the ‘algorithm-defined fantasy girl’

Blade Runner 2049 - Stills

Blade Runner 2049 - Stills

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Blade Runner 2049 - Poster Anime Vector Wallpaper - by elclon

Blade Runner 2049 - Poster Anime Vector Wallpaper - by elclon

I wasn’t there. Which is a shame. But it turns out that when Denis Villeneuve was giving his intro before the press screening of Blade Runner 2049 and threatened to set android dogs on over-eager hacks who might give away the plot, he was having everyone on. He was kidding. He had to be. Because, manifestly, there is no plot. There is nothing to give away. No spoilers. No clear-cut linear narrative to hang your hat on, no characters to speak of either. No decent car chases. Nothing. Nada. Or…

Blade Runner 2049 is like staying up all evening to complete a fanfic that you simply began studying, thought was good however not nice, after

Olafur Eliasson, Tate Weather Project, photo: Patrick Weber

Olafur Eliasson, Tate Weather Project, photo: Patrick Weber