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Harrison Ford Uses Oscar Night to Roast Blade Runner Studio Notes

He could hardly wait to pull the notes out of his pocket. That’s at least what it looked like when Harrison Ford showed up in his tuxedo at 2021’s singular Oscars ceremony. Coming on stage to present the award for Best Editing, the once and future Indiana Jones star took the moment to share with audiences a few of his favorite notes from a little movie he did back in the day—though it’s doubtful any Blade Runner fan couldn’t immediately guess the name of the picture. “I want to share some notes, some editorial suggestions that were prepared after the…
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Rick and Morty Miss Out on a Blade Universe in Season 5 Trailer

Pop culture doesn’t have nearly enough multiverse-recognized holidays. Sure, Wookiee Life Day is great but can Kashyyyk place it on the Gregorian calendar? (Disney would have you believe it’s on Nov. 17, for what it’s worth). Adult Swim has recognized this problem and is offering a solution. Rick and Morty season 5 is officially set to arrive on June 20, and the network has declared that now sacred date to be a multiverse holiday. Hopefully banks everywhere from Dimension C-132 to C-137 will be closed in observance! The main event on June 20 will be the premiere on Rick and…
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Wesley Snipes Has Blade Advice for Mahershala Ali: ‘Go Rock It, Baby’

Before there were Iron Man movies or Avengers films, before Spider-Man or the X-Men became blockbusters, there was one Marvel character who stood in front of all others on the big screen: Blade. Famously brought to life by Wesley Snipes across three films, Blade cut a vampire-dusting path across multiplexes between 1998 and 2004, and heralded the modern age of superhero movies along the way. But more importantly to a generation of moviegoers, Snipes’ depiction of Blade was just badass. Clad in head-to-toe black leather and a killer pair of shades a year ahead of The Matrix, Snipes crafted a…
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Link Tank: How a Movie Theater’s Mistake Changed Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner

Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner (1982) would’ve gone down in history as a mediocre cult classic had one movie theater not made the best mistake in 1992. “Upon its initial theatrical release in 1982, director Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner met with only middling success. The movie—the story of Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), who is dispatched to eliminate androids dubbed replicants that have gone rogue in the year 2019—was reportedly caught between the wishes of Scott and executives at Warner Bros., who wanted less of the filmmaker’s ambiguous narrative and more clear exposition.” Read more at Mental Floss. Want to work while…
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Razer Blade 15 Is a Dream Gaming Laptop for PC Gamers

This article is presented by Razer. What are you looking for in a gaming laptop?  Performance that won’t let up, even with the most demanding games. A fantastic screen, capable of pushing triple-digit frame rates for that competitive edge. Plenty of storage because games are only getting bigger, plus a great keyboard and trackpad.  That’s quite a long wishlist that becomes almost impossible to tie together if you’re also looking for something lightweight and slim. Fortunately, there’s the Razer Blade 15 laptop. While it’s slight in size and weight, it’s anything but in terms of performance. Here’s why this is…
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Blade of the Immortal

Samurai Manji has taken a lot of lives, both innocent and guilty, and now lives life in feudal Japan as a criminal. After being cursed with immortality until he kills enough evil men, Manji meets a young girl who enlists him to be her body-guard. Swearing loyalty, protection and vengeance against the group of sword fighters who slaughtered her family, the unlikely duo set on a remarkable quest to make right against those who did them wrong.Rated: Not RatedRelease Date: Nov 03, 2017
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How Much Blade Runner 2049 Could Make During Its Opening Weekend

Bringing back a beloved property can be tricky scenario. Will enough people remember the original film to warrant caring about a sequel? Did the original film tell a story that demanded a follow up? Bringing back a beloved property can be tricky scenario. Will enough people remember the original film to warrant caring about a sequel? Did the original film tell a story that demanded a follow up? Source from..
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