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Why Blade Runner 2 Should Never Happen Print E-mail
Written by Ivan Radford   
Saturday, 05 March 2011 09:07

If there's one thing androids definitely don't dream of, it's Blade Runner sequels. Why? Because if Alcon Entertainment - the people responsible for The Blind Side - and Warner Bros get their way, Ridley Scott's sci-fi masterpiece would probably be turned into a rom-com with a hilarious incident involving a turtle in a desert. Or something like this...





We don't need a Blade Runner franchise - any of the above would be like making Citizen Kane 2: Age of the Dragons.

Besides, why would anyone want to waste money, effort and Harrison Ford's time with pointless sequels when they should really be making THIS:



Make it happen, people. And stop messing with Blade Runner. That goes for you too, Ridley.



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