Ridley Scott to executive produce and Silka Luisa to pen the project, a follow-up to the ‘Blade Runner 2049,’ which will stream on Prime video.
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Project finally comes to fruition after helmer’s idea stayed stuck in producer Ridley Scott’s head for many years.
The spinoff, set 50 years after the events of ‘Blade Runner 2049,’ has a pilot and bible ready to go, with series stalwart Ridley Scott attached to executive produce and possibly direct.
From ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’ to ‘Close Encounters of the Third Kind’ and ‘Blade Runner,’ the VFX visionary created some of cinema’s most widely influential and iconic imagery, and the ground-breaking processes used to produce them.
MPC and Technicolor Creative Studios team to create film’s CG backdrop, set in the brutality of 1300’s France; over 400 shots were delivered from teams in London, Montreal, Bangalore, and Paris, made more complex by the challenges of COVID filmmaking.
The fifth project, but first series, in the epic ‘Blade Runner’ franchise tackles the grimy, gritty futuristic world of bioengineering with a female protagonist, Elle, who awakens in Los Angeles with no clue to her identity, now airing on Adult Swim’s Toonami and streaming on Crunchyroll.
Studio’s VFX supervisors Ed Hawkins, Max Riess, and Mark Spindler highlight their teams’ work delivering around 520 shots on HBO Max and Ridley Scott’s hit sci-fi thriller, which has been renewed for Season 2.
Visual effects house’s Toronto and Bangalore studio’s tackle the Necromancer and its scream as they produce 476 shots on the hit HBO Max sci-fi thriller.
Working with a team of six artists, director Steve Small employs a combination of 3D, rotoscope and hand-drawn artwork for the haunting, elegant main titles serving as the backstory for the HBO Max sci-fi series.
Sci-fi thriller, centered on two androids raising human children as atheists on mysterious planet, ranks as the streamer’s highest performing Max original since the platform’s debut.
Famous sci-fi franchise’s sometime director Ridley Scott reveals ideas for new movie, which spells bad news for prequel trilogy.
Sci-fi thriller about two androids raising human children on a mysterious planet launches September 3.
Highly anticipated new show about two androids raising human children on a mysterious planet launches September 3.
Signature pink boxes and ‘sweet’ skateboarding effects are skillfully sprinkled throughout Ted Ngoy’s classic rags to riches tale.
Influential 1982 sci-fi classic ‘Blade Runner’ depicts the futuristic fashion of November 2019, and we have failed its vision.
Award-winning global digital production company welcomes industry veterans to senior management positions at its advertising division
The overall VFX supervisor riffs on witness cameras, bleak L.A. cityscapes and the super-secret digital recreation of Rachael in Denis Villeneuve’s mesmerizing ‘Blade Runner’ sequel.
DNeg VFX supervisor Paul Lambert details the creation of futuristic Los Angeles cityscapes, the holographic Joi, and the visuals for the final act of director Denis Villeneuve’s follow-up to the 1982 sci-fi film noir classic by Ridley Scott.
Territory Studio gives life to the tech of director Denis Villeneuve’s futuristic sci-fi world, building computer systems that -- like the world they inhabit -- co-mingle the synthetic with the organic.
From digital signage and sci-fi cityscapes to a completely remade Las Vegas locale, Rodeo FX delivers 75 visual effects shots for the sequel to Ridley Scott’s classic 1982 feature film.
A team of 175 artists at Framestore’s Montréal hub deliver nearly 300 VFX shots across nine sequences for director Denis Villeneuve’s follow-up to the 1982 classic sci-fi feature directed by Ridley Scott.
VFX supervisor Richard Clegg raises the bar on photorealistic digital doubles in Denis Villeneuve's hit follow-up to the 1982 sci-fi classic directed by Ridley Scott.
Brand-new 2D animated short from the director of ‘Cowboy Bebop’ stands as a prologue to director Denis Villeneuve’s highly anticipated follow-up to the classic 1982 ‘Blade Runner.’