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Internet gets new, extended look at Gosling, Ford's 'Blade Runner 2049'

Long-awaited sequel to cult sci-fi classic set for October release

Courtesy: Warner Bros. Pictures/YouTube

SAN ANTONIO – Director Ridley Scott's 1982 sci-fi masterpiece "Blade Runner" was a neon-drenched noir-thriller that had more existential philosophizing than laser gun shootouts. 

It was a masterclass in style, tone and pacing, and it has earned its rank among the very best films in American history.

Perhaps most important to its continued longevity as a cult classic, it was a film with more questions than answers.

Its long-awaited sequel, "Blade Runner 2049," directed by Denis Villeneuve and set for release in October, looks to at least match its predecessor's stylish take on a retrofitted future -- and continues to ask what makes humans, well, human.

In the new trailer released Monday, Ryan Gosling's Agent K can be heard telling Harrison Ford, returning to his role as Agent Deckard, "I want to ask you some questions."

For "Blade Runner" fans, this is truly welcome news. 

Watch the trailer for "Blade Runner 2049" below:

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