Blade Runner 2049 (2017)

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This is useless all it says is that the studio would "love" to have Nolan direct. I would love a toilet seat made out of solid gold but thats just not in the cards right now is it baby.

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There is so much :facepalm: in this.
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Yes but it would be nice, wouldn't it. I mean of all people I'd trust only Nolan with it.

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prince0gotham wrote:Yes but it would be nice, wouldn't it. I mean of all people I'd trust only Nolan with it.
I would trust Marty Scorsese as well.

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Is that sequel/prequel even getting made?

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allstarr55js wrote:
prince0gotham wrote:Yes but it would be nice, wouldn't it. I mean of all people I'd trust only Nolan with it.
I would trust Marty Scorsese as well.
Marty would never and has never directed a sci-fi. Were you being sarcastic?

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Marty would never and has never directed a sci-fi. Were you being sarcastic?
Nope.. people also said Marty would never direct a childrens 3D movie but he did. Never say never, would love to seem him tackle the genre.

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prince0gotham wrote:
allstarr55js wrote:
I would trust Marty Scorsese as well.
Marty would never and has never directed a sci-fi. Were you being sarcastic?
Even though he directed The Departed? You don't remember that part where Damon and The Caprio are in the elevator and then gravity shifts, and then they have to fight Leckie from The Pacific while the entire building is spinning?
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allstarr55js wrote:
Marty would never and has never directed a sci-fi. Were you being sarcastic?
Nope.. people also said Marty would never direct a childrens 3D movie but he did. Never say never, would love to seem him tackle the genre.
I would like to see him tackle the genre but with another franchise. Nolan has proven to be able to handle Sci-Fi, Marty hasn't which makes him a riskier factor.

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What about Quentin Tarantino?

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