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Offline StarSlayer

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Can you hear me, Can you hear me running? Blade Runner 2049

Future 80s is still best future.

While there is definitely a chance they will bungle expanding the IP, I am cautiously hyped.  Not being a reboot and getting Ford to reprise his role are already positives in my book.  Between Drive and The Nice Guys I am confident Ryan Gosling has the chops to carry the role.

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Re: Can you hear me, Can you hear me running? Blade Runner 2049
Apparently, it wasn't only Gosling who was probed for the role...


 

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Re: Can you hear me, Can you hear me running? Blade Runner 2049
You know, I've never been a rabid fan of Blade Runner, but this trailer has me genuinely excited.
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Can you hear me, Can you hear me running?
Well, now I'm disappointed that song wasn't actually in the trailer.
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(the very next day)
<MageKing17> this ****ing code did it to me again
<MageKing17> "That doesn't really make sense to me, but I'll assume it was being done for a reason."
<MageKing17> **** ME
<MageKing17> THE REASON IS PEOPLE ARE STUPID
<MageKing17> ESPECIALLY ME

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<MageKing17> Everything points to "this should work fine", and yet it's clearly not working.
<MjnMixael> 2 hours later... "God damn, how did this ever work at all?!"
(...)
<MageKing17> so
<MageKing17> more than two hours
<MageKing17> but once again we have reached the inevitable conclusion
<MageKing17> How did this code ever work in the first place!?

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