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Blade Runner 2049

Denis Villeneuve’s “Blade Runner 2049” is an extreme technical achievement. With stunning cinematography provided by Roger Deakins, we revisit the world Ridley Scott built with 1982’s “Blade Runner.” Beyond the visual elements, …

When “Blade Runner 2049” was released last year, the film received rave reviews from critics and most fans. But unfortunately, the Denis Villeneuve-directed sci-fi film was just not able to connect with general audiences. With a final box o…

One of the greatest cinematographers in the history of cinema finally has an Academy Award.  Roger Deakins took the Best Cineatography trophy Sunday night for his work on Denis Villeneuve’s “Blade Runner 2049” and what was his 14th Os…

THR finishes up their annual pre-Oscars roundtables with a fascinating discussion with this year’s leading cinematographer’s including Oscar nominees Roger Deakins (“Blade Runner 2049”), Rachel Morrison (“Mudbound”), Dan Laustsen (“The Shape of Water”)…

Are we living in post-spoiler world where there’s no point in keep anything a surprise because people are awful and will ruin stuff on social media for you anyway? Or is there still some value in the experiencing something with no idea of what&#8…

When the party invitations went out to the cast of “Blade Runner” to return for “Blade Runner 2049,” Rutger Hauer was decidedly left out in the cold. Harrison Ford and Edward James Olmos cleared their calendar, while Sean Young …

Roger Deakins. A legendary cinematographer who has absurdly never won an Oscar, despite being nominated 14 times. His latest nod is for “Blade Runner 2049,” the painterly sci-fi sequel from director Denis Villeneuve, their third collaborati…

There’s almost always one. An Oscar upset that was always possible but likely not probable.  Frankly, it’s often the most exciting part of watching the telecast. Last year the Academy shocked the world by selecting “Moonlight” as Best Picture ove…

In the year 2049, humanity has lost its spiritual connection to nature. We live among the artificially conceived and revel in a life of fabrications. This is the world director Denis Villeneuve brings audiences in “Blade Runner 2049.” As we…

For a film that might wind up costing its producers somewhere in the neighborhood of $80 million, and that Ridley Scott called it “too fucking long,” Denis Villeneuve is having the last laugh. “Blade Runner 2049” has notched fiv…