Blade Runner 2 filming could begin in 2015, but Ridley Scott won’t be directing.
Ridley Scott is set to make the biblical epic “Exodus” next.
Katy Perry’s teenage dream is to be in ‘Blade Runner 2,’ the sequel to the Ridley Scott’s science fiction classic.
The Blade Runner sequel could begin production in 2015, but Scott says the film does not yet have a director.
Blade Runner 2 is currently being written by Michael Green, who wrote “Green Lantern.” Katy Perry wants Sean Young’s old role as the replicant Rachael.
A replicant is a genetically engineered robot.
Replicants are very strong and very athletic, Daryl Hannah did flips as one.
They are also very attractive and they never grow old.
That should appeal to the California girl who’s hot off a turn in “Smurs 2.” Katy Perry told the Playlist that she ready to move on from cartoons and into a legendary film.
She said the “Smurfs” role was just a taste of what she’d like to do.
Katy Perry gushed “I would really love to play Rachael in Blade Runner 2 if Ridley [Scott] would just call!” Variety reported that Ridley Scott doesn’t plan to direct the Blade Runner sequel.
Scott developed the movie film with screenwriter Hampton Francher, who wrote the screenplay to Blade Runner with David Peoples.
Ridley Scott is finishing “The Martian.” The director confirmed that scripts for both the sequels to Prometheus and Blade Runner are written and green lit.
But Scott also said he has a lot to finish in the next few years and may get to the Blade Runner sequel before the Prometheus sequel, which originally had a projected release date of March 4th, 2016.
In an interview with Variety, Scott said “We talked at length about what it could be, and came up with a pretty strong three-act storyline, and it all makes sense in terms of how it relates to the first one.
Harrison is very much part of this one, but really it’s about finding him; he comes in in the third act.”