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‘Blade Runner 2049’ Gets Coveted “R”-rating

I think we all know that typically ratings don’t matter all that much but as horror fans, we get pretty excited when something lands an “R”.

The MPAA stamped Blade Runner 2049 with the “R”-rating for “violence, some sexuality, nudity, and language.” For it to land that kind of rating we’re expective a whole lot of f-bombs, side boobage, and of course a little bloodshed.

Directed by Sicario and PrisonersDenis Villeneuve.

Thirty years after the events of the first film, a new blade runner, LAPD Officer K (Ryan Gosling), unearths a long-buried secret that has the potential to plunge what’s left of society into chaos. K’s discovery leads him on a quest to find Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), a former LAPD blade runner who has been missing for 30 years.

An October 6, 2017, release is planned through Warners.



  • Necro

    Something the ‘Dark Universe’ should think about implementing if it goes forward. Well one of the things anyhow.

  • RedNeoCon

    This will bomb.

    Most filmgoers never saw the original and could give a shit about this one. Hell, it opens against the My Little Pony animated movie which is the only animated film within a month. It is doomed.

    This will bomb.

    • This. I remember the first one coming out, but at the time I was too young to watch it. Now, I simply don’t have an interest in the first one, let alone a sequel. Also, not worth fighting a crowd of bronies to watch.

      • RedNeoCon

        Agreed. 35 year later sequels don’t have a lot of holdover audiences.

  • I saw the original many times, still i couldn’t care less about it. I just don’t like it or find it a masterpiece. In the 80s maybe was something new (it bombed tho) but by today standars it’s par of the course. Ryan Gosling, beside… i guess 3 movies, is box office poison and Harrison Ford just want a big fat paycheck.
    I’m really sorry for the director after Sicario and Arrival i’m sad he ended up working on a sequel of an old movie. I prefer him away from the franchise machine.

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