Blade Runner: The Final Cut

If George Lucas and Steven Spielberg can update and tweak their past masterworks (to varying degrees), it’s fair to give outspoken director Ridley Scott a shot.

Revisiting his masterpiece, Blade Runner, for the third time in 25 years Scott is planning to achieve what Lucas and Spielberg couldn’t quite do: to rip the flick apart and ditch any fluff for his original vision. Jar-Jar Binks and friends this is not.

Dropping the brick-over-head voice over of android annihilator Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) and completely changing the pseudo-sappy ending Blade Runner will take on its new (and hopefully final) life in New York and Los Angeles theaters this week with a special-edition DVD release to follow.

Check out the trailer after the jump.


1 thought on “Blade Runner: The Final Cut”

  1. I really can’t wait to see what the Final Cut DVD is all about. Big fan of Blade Runner here and it looks like the Final Cut will definitely be the best version

    By the way have you heard about the Blade Runner “Inspiring the future” contest? I came across this when I was looking for info about the Final Cut, it’s an official contest that is in its voting stages right now. So you can go and check out all of the different art, fashion, music or literature that was inspired by the movie and vote on the best. Go to

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