Blade Runner 2049 (2017)

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I take it as a given that Villeneuve and Deakins will collaborate again on Dune and I also assume that Dune will be next-level technical wise. Who knows Deakins will win another Oscar just a couple of years from now lol

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Nomis wrote:
March 6th, 2018, 8:43 am
I take it as a given that Villeneuve and Deakins will collaborate again on Dune and I also assume that Dune will be next-level technical wise. Who knows Deakins will win another Oscar just a couple of years from now lol
Oh man, I hope so!

really gr8 q&a/scene by scene breakdown with deakins https://ascmag.com/videos/coffee-conver ... bsc-part-1

he already seemed like the coolest dude from interviews but turns out he also has no ego, a few people bring up criticisms and he doesn't invalidate them, and kind of agrees with some lol

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‘Blade Runner 2049’ Finds Second Life on DVD and Blu-Ray With Over $21 Million in 2018 Sales
Top-Selling Blu-rays in 2018
1. “It” ($19.9 million)
2. “Blade Runner 2049” ($17.9 million)
3. “Wonder” ($8.2 million)
4. “Dunkirk” ($4.5 million)
5. “Daddy’s Home 2” ($4.1 million)

Top-Selling DVDs in 2018
1. “Wonder” ($8.7 million)
2. “Tyler Perry’s Boo 2! A Madea Halloween” ($6.5 million)
3. “Blade Runner 2049” ($3.8 million)
4. “A Bad Mom’s Christmas” ($3.7 million)
5. “Daddy’s Home 2” ($3.2 million)

Top-Selling Video Titles in 2018
1. “It ($30.9 million)
2. “Wonder” ($16.9 million)
3. “Blade Runner 2049” ($21.7 million)
4. “Tyler Perry’s Boo 2! A Madea Halloween” ($8.8 million)
5. “A Bad Mom’s Christmas” ($8.3 million)
http://www.indiewire.com/2018/04/blade- ... 201951120/

Perhaps it can break the $300 million mark the article says WB spent on the film.

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TDKR and 2049 spoiler:
Only just realized that they used the same plottwist as Nolan in TDKR. That the child of the flashback is not male but female. Not Bane in TDKR but the other villain Talia and not K in 2049 but the Replicant child Ana.

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April 19th, 2018, 4:22 pm
TDKR and 2049 spoiler:
Only just realized that they used the same plottwist as Nolan in TDKR. That the child of the flashback is not male but female. Not Bane in TDKR but the other villain Talia and not K in 2049 but the Replicant child Ana.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aNL9oljAFqM whoda guessed!

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lol not the same thing :P

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Well, TDKR didn't really have a twist regarding that specific detail if the viewers pay attention to what Bane says over the course of the film.

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That flashback scene... so TDKR :batman:

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Didn't know TDKR invented the concept of a myth.

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