Published: Tue, May 09, 2017
Culture | By Kelly Harrison

'Blade Runner 2049' new posters feature Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford


The new movie is set to be release in theaters on October 6 this year, and the new Blade Runner 2049 posters have given us an interesting (and hunky) insight into what we can expect from the new movie.

But thankfully, the movie Gods have blessed us with two wonderful new Blade Runner 2049 posters which have got us pret-tyyyyyy excited, to say the least.

Let us know what you think of the Blade Runner 2049 trailer tease. "There is an order to things".

Pence to visit mosque in Indonesian capital
Pence is halfway through his four-nation Asia trip, and concerns over North Korea have been dominant. Pence has repeatedly said that " all options are on the table" to deal with North Korea.

Royal Enfield in talks to acquire Italian brand Ducati
The news has come to light after the diesel emission scandal took place, thus creating a big trouble for the Volkswagen group. Its reserves at the end of fiscal 2016-17 were over Rs 3,500 crore, growing by almost Rs 600 crore over the past six months.

BCCI confirms India's Champions Trophy participation
The All-India Senior Selection Meeting will now be held tomorrow, May 8, in New Delhi to pick the team for the Champions Trophy. The top eight sides in the world rankings compete in the Champions Trophy with India winning the last edition in 2013.

The sequel which is set 30 years after the first film follows the new blade runner, LAPD Officer K (Ryan Gosling) as he searches for Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) who has been missing since the first film after discovering a awful secret that could send what is left of society into chaos.

The one featuring Gosling is captioned, "A new civilization begins now".

Blade Runner 2049 stars Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Jared Leto, Mackenzie Davis, Ana de Armas, and Robin Wright. LAPD Officer K, played by Ryan Gosling, discovers a secret which threatens to destroy whatever is left of the society in the dystopian future. Director Denis Villeneuve reteamed with legendary cinematographer Roger Deakins for the film. Story by Hampton Fancher, based on characters from the novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Philip K. Dick. Check back here for the full trailer on Monday! If this tiny footage is any indication, this Blade Runner might be a way grittier than the original and a lot more aggressive.

Like this: