Harrison Ford loves to re-visit old roles. We know he's back for the new Star Wars films as Han Solo, he's already reprised his role as Indiana Jones for the forth time and now he's due back as Rick Deckard in a Blade Runner sequel. Maybe the man just can't say no. There's already 100 re-edits of the original Blade Runner... maybe the new on will just be another 70th anniversary directors cut. That's all I have to say about that.
We’ve been through the various stages of possibility about Harrison Ford returning to another of his iconic sci-fi films as the Blade Runner sequel has made its way across the harsh cityscape of development. He’s thinking about it! He likes the script but he’s not sure! He’s been offered the gig... Well, now he’s officially aboard to once more play Rick Deckard. With Ridley Scott acting as producer on this one, confirming word from around the Exodus press tour that he wouldn’t be back in the director’s chair given his schedule, Prisoners’ Denis Villeneuve is in negotiations to take over that job, which would see him working from a script by Hampton Fancher, co-writer of the 1982 original, who cranked out the words this time with Michael Green.