Is on Adult Swim so that gives me hope.
Original writers Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg are on board to write and produce and stars John Cho and Kal Penn will voice the lead characters and also produce.
Untitled Animated Harold & Kumar Project (In Development) – An animated version of the eponymous blockbuster stoner comedy series. Produced by Lionsgate.
From the movie…..
FUCK KNOWS WHAT SET IN THE SAME UNIVERSE MEANS. HERE IS WHAT THE PRODUCERS HAD TO SAY…… WILL BE YEARS BEFORE IT IS OUT. THIS IS VERY EARLY DAYS. I WILL BE 50 BEFORE THIS SEES THE DARK OF A CINEMA.
Alcon Entertainment heads Broderick Johnson and Andrew Kosove spoke to 24 Frames about the behind-closed-doors maneuvering that eventually led to Scott being brought back for another trip to the Blade Runner world of renegade replicants and futuristic metropolitan landscapes.
“We had a few Plan Bs. But we were really focusing on Plan A, which was Ridley… When we made the first announcement there was a lot of skepticism, understandably. And now with Ridley coming back there’s a greater level of comfort. And once we have the writer, I think fans will feel even more comfortable… We want people to know that we’re very serious about doing this in an artistic way. This isn’t just commercial fodder.”
The work on a new Blade Runner movie has only just begun, with Scott and his fellow producers having outlined a plan for how the project will pay homage (stylistically and thematically) to the original, while also bringing something new to the table – and not merely aping the design of the many sci-fi flicks that were either inspired or heavily influenced by Blade Runner over the past 29 years. However, fans will have to patient to find out exactly what that plan entails.
However, one thing is certain about the new film: it won’t feature Harrison Ford as an older version of Rick Deckard. As Kosove put it:
“In no way do I speak for Ridley Scott. But if you’re asking me will this movie have anything to do with Harrison Ford, the answer is no. This is a total reinvention, and in my mind that means doing everything fresh, including casting.”
WARNER ARE SO DESPERATE FOR MONEY. AND WHY ARE THEY REFERRING TO ‘BLADE RUNNER’ AS A FRANCHISE? THERE HAS ONLY BEEN ONE FILM MADE.
FROM SCREEN RANT…….
Word has gotten out that Scott is now committing to direct and produce a new installment in the Blade Runner franchise, based on his acclaimed 1982 adaptation of seminal sci-fi author Philip K. Dick’s “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?”
Deadline is reporting that Scott plans to both direct and produce a new Blade Runner movie, working alongside Alcon Entertainment heads Broderick Johnson and Andrew Kosove (The Blind Side). It has yet to be revealed if the project the trio are developing is a prequel, sequel, or spinoff.