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BLADE RUNNER 2049 (2017): First Official Images Get Released

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New Stills from Blade Runner 2049 Come Out

After seeing the first trailer from Blade Runner 2049, we have our first look at the upcoming film with seven official images of the Denis Villeneuve-helmed sequel. The images show Harrison Ford’s Rick Deckard alongside his protégé Ryan Gosling’s Officer K.

EW released a batch of new stills from the Blade Runner sequel, and it gives us a clearer picture of what we can expect. The pictures feature Ford returning to his original role of Deckard, the retiring replicant hunter. According to the plot, a secret is revealed, having Gosling’s K tracking down Deckard to save what’s left of society. We also have our first look at Ana de Armas’ character Joi, who could actually be a replicant. Even Blade Runner director Ridley Scott can be found in one of the images with his star Harrison Ford as well as a photo of Villeneuve hard at work on the sequel.

See the new stills below and let us know what you think.

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Ryan Gosling as Officer K

Ryan Gosling Blade Runner 2049

Ryan Gosling as Officer K

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Ana de Armas as Joi and Ryan Gosling as Officer K

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Harrison Ford as Rick Deckard

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Ridley Scott and Harrison Ford 

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Director Denis Villeneuve 

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Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling on the EW Cover

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