In any event, the trailer for Blade Runner 2049 (2017) dropped onto the web last week, and I even waited until this morning to view it as I didn't want to rush things. As expected, it certainly looks stylish, and the snippets of dialogue do portend more soliloquies about who we are and what we know of ourselves. I'm not sure all that's needed: after all, why follow up on a revered classic so many years later unless we have something fresh to say about existence?
Still -- as I've always cautioned -- never invest too much in a trailer. Typically, they're cut and fashioned by the advertising people so as to capture our collective interest, and often times the completed product looks and sounds a bit different from what they finished. Whatever the case, I'll post the coming attraction below and encourage each and every one of you to check it out.