Warning: This article contains MAJOR SPOILERS forBlade Runner 2049
The late Sam Shepard famously said, “the most authentic endings are the ones which are already revolving toward another beginning,” and that’s definitely the case with Blade Runner 2049.Denis Villeneuve’s sequel to Ridley Scott’s seminal sci-fi thriller concludes with various narrative doors left open for a third movie (which may or may not happen).
In the current cinematic climate, studios are more likely to green light a sequel rather than an original movie script, and Sony has a long history of turning standalone films into franchises. From rebooting the Spider-Man franchise for a third time to seemingly endless Resident: Evil movies, the studio likes ...
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