If there’s a classic science fiction movie that absolutely doesn’t need a sequel, it’s Blade Runner. After all, how could a second film improve on the original’s depiction of f
If you haven’t seen Blade Runner 2049’s new trailer yet, get ready to become really excited about the upcoming movie. I didn’t know much about Blade Runner’s sequel except that they were makin
<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/bladerunner.jpg" />Here, allow me to ruin your Thursday for you: the production company behind such films as The Blind Side and The Book
Remember when special effects were hard? Douglas Trumbull certainly does. Douglas designed many of the miniature sets for Blade Runner and his descriptions of how he built one of the most amazing sci-
The Gruber brings us this bit of news: the new GPhone identifies as Nexus One in browsing logs. Five points to anyone who can remember what the Nexus models were?
<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/05/br.jpg" />This is a scene from the movie <i>Blade Runner</i> rendered using CryENGINE 2, the game engine that powers <i>Crysis</i>.
Blade Runner, the just-OK movie we’ve been led to believe is amazing, is set in a terribly oppressive Los Angeles (redundant?), where it’s always raining and it’s always nighttime. T
BBG’s Joel Johnson got a few hours with Syd Mead, the designer of the Spinner car in Blade Runner. Mead received a Lego model of his car at a design summit in Billund and he let Joel play with i
Check the calendar, last-minute Christmas shopper. You’ve only four days (if you count today) till D-Day, so here’s a gift that should be easy to find at pretty much any retailer: “B