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Blade Runner 2099 Dwell-Motion TV Present In Growth at Amazon

A follow-up to Blade Runner 2049 is heading to Amazon.

In keeping with Deadline, the brand new present, known as Blade Runner 2099, is a follow-up to the current Blade Runner sequel, with Ridley Scott on board as government producer.

“As indicated by Blade Runner 2099‘s title, the most recent installment of the neo-noir sci-fi franchise will probably be set 50 years after the movie sequel,” they revealed.

A Blade Runner TV present has been within the works for some time, with Ridley Scott beforehand revealing that a full plot had been written.

“We’ve already written the pilot for Blade Runner and the bible,” he mentioned late final 12 months. “So, we’re already presenting Blade Runner as a TV present, most likely the primary 10 hours.”

Apple TV+ boss Silka Luisa is at the moment writing Blade Runner 2099 in addition to becoming a member of Scott as government producer.

“The mission, which might mark the primary Blade Runner live-action sequence, is in precedence improvement at Amazon Studios, which is fast-tracking scripts and eyeing potential manufacturing dates,” mentioned Deadline. “Staffing is at the moment underway for writers to hitch a room. Scott might direct if the sequence strikes ahead.”

In fact, Blade Runner 2049 was directed by Dennis Villeneuve. If Scott does return to the Blade Runner universe in directing the upcoming TV sequence, that actually throws a spanner within the works for Villeneuve to take the helm of one other sequel.

It’s mentioned that talks had been underway with Amazon Studios for Blade Runner 2099 when Ridley Scott teased the mission final 12 months.

However he additionally teased the manufacturing of an Alien TV sequence. “Alien is now being written for pilot,” he mentioned, including that an 8 to 10-hour bible was additionally being put collectively.

May this imply that Amazon Studios can also be contemplating taking over his upcoming Alien present? There’s no information on that entrance, at the very least not but, however I wouldn’t rule it out.

Ryan Leston is an leisure journalist and movie critic for IGN. You may observe him on Twitter.

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