Celebrating 30 Years of Blade Runner


Jun 25, 12 Celebrating 30 Years of Blade Runner

Three decades after its release, Ridley Scott’s movie of the Philip K. Dick novel remains an icon of knotty science-fiction film mastery.

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Ender’s Game Has Ended Principal Photography


Jun 19, 12 Ender’s Game Has Ended Principal Photography

The movie is now in “Post-Production” and we got a glimpse of “The Gate”. Post from Ender’s Game Official Tumblr:

As we’ve now reached the end of principal photography on ENDER’S GAME, it seems fitting to take a step back and acknowledge the two people responsible for giving such vivid life to the imaginary world in which we’ve spent the past many months immersed.

And when we say immersed, we truly mean it.

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Blade Runner Named Best Sci-fi Film (Again)


May 23, 12 Blade Runner Named Best Sci-fi Film (Again)

Harrison Ford’s film Blade Runner has topped another poll of the best sci-fi movies.

The film – starring Harrison in the main role as Deckard – topped a poll of readers compiled by SFX magazine, ahead of second-placed The Empire Strikes Back.

Blade Runner director Ridley Scott also saw another of his films make the top ten, with Alien ranked at number eight.

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Open Casting Call for Ender’s Game Announced!


Are you near New Orleans? Don’t miss the chance to be in a movie with Harrison Ford!

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Harrison Considered for “Ender’s Game” Role


Nov 29, 11 Harrison Considered for “Ender’s Game” Role

None other that sci-fi fan-favorite Harrison Ford is reportedly being eyed for the role of Colonel Hyrum Graff in Ender’s Game. Graff is the commander of training for the International Fleet, an elite boys’ military academy. Talks with Viggo Mortensen to play the adult lead are said to have broken down. Now producers have reportedly approached several actors, including Harrison.

Gavin Hood is directing the big-screen adaptation of the classic sci-fi novel by Orson Scott Card

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Harrison Ford and Daniel Craig on Their Roles in Cowboys & Aliens


Hollywood legend Harrison Ford meets Bond star Daniel Craig in a Western with a difference. Rob Driscoll asks why they were a little reluctant about the project at first

WHEN Harrison Ford began reading the script for his latest movie Cowboys & Aliens, it’s fair to say he wasn’t too impressed.

Rumour has it that after the first 30 pages he threw the script across the room at his agent, saying: “There’s nothing in this for me!”

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Hollywood Catches Alien Fever for Good Reason


Aug 08, 11 Hollywood Catches Alien Fever for Good Reason

(Space.com) Hollywood seems to have caught alien fever.

In the past few months, a slew of big-budget alien movies has hit theaters, from kiddie flicks (“Mars Needs Moms”) to comedies (“Paul”) to high-octane action films (“Battle: Los Angeles,” “Green Lantern” and the just-released “Cowboys & Aliens,” among others). And many more such movies are on the way, both this year and next.

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Harrison Ford Hopes Alcon Can “Bring Something New” to the New Blade Runner Movie


Aug 04, 11 Harrison Ford Hopes Alcon Can “Bring Something New” to the New Blade Runner Movie

Alcon Entertainment stirred up a hurricane of controversy when it acquired the rights to produce prequels and sequels to Blade Runner. Since its release in 1982, Blade Runner has cultivated a reputation as one of the all-time great science fiction movies. Alcon co-founders/co-CEOs Broderick Johnson and Andrew Kosove acquired the property because they, too, are fans of the property. But they must tread carefully to avoid keep from alienating the core fanbase, a very protective bunch.

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Blade Runner Tops Sci Fi Movies Poll


Jan 25, 08 Blade Runner Tops Sci Fi Movies Poll

Here we are at the end of our count down and it’s Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner that tops our poll, it’s also a second appearance for actor Harrison Ford. Loosely based on Philip K.Dick’s short story, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? and was released in 1982. The story follows policeman Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) who is hunting four cloned humanoids, known as replicants. Replicants are illegal and Deckard, a blade runner, has been brought out of retirement to catch them as he is a specialist in exterminating them. Whilst on the surface being an action movie it also looks into themes of religion, morals and the human race’s mastery of genetic engineering. Blade Runner is also filled with nods to the film noir genre with ideas of the femme fatal and the questionable moral outlook of the movie’s hero running through it.

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