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Blade Runner

1982
Blade Runner
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Rutger Hauer
Sean Young
Edward James Olmos
M. Emmet Walsh
Daryl Hannah
William Sanderson
Brion James
Joe Turkel
Joanna Cassidy
James Hong
Morgan Paull
Kevin Thompson
John Edward Allen
Hy Pyke
Kimiko Hiroshige
Bob Okazaki
Carolyn DeMirjian
Ben Astar
Judith Burnett
Leo Gorcey Jr.
Dawna Lee Heising
Sharon Hesky
Kelly Hine
Tom Hutchinson
Charles Knapp
Rose Mascari
Jiro Okazaki
Steve Pope
Robert Reiter
Alexis Rhee
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10 Easter Eggs You Missed In Blade Runner 2049 | ScreenRant  Screen Rant

Connections, homages, and references - here are all the Easter Eggs fans might have missed in Blade Runner 2049.

Sat, 6th April 2019

Titan Comics Unveils First Covers For 'Blade Runner 2019' Series (Exclusive)  Hollywood Reporter

The 12-issue series will be co-written by 'Blade Runner 2049' screenwriter Michael Green and launch this summer.

Wed, 10th April 2019

You can now hear Vangelis’ iconic soundtrack to ‘Blade Runner’ live in concert with a 14-piece band  Classic FM

Ridley Scott's epic sci-fi film had iconic status – and now you can hear Vangelis' futuristic score live in concert at London's Royal Albert Hall.

Fri, 22nd March 2019

Blade Runner's Story Getting Re-Imagined in New Comic  Screen Rant

Blade Runner fans may know Deckard's story, but the Blade Runner 2019 comic promises to show the movie's events from a new perspective.

Thu, 21st March 2019

Stunning urban explorer pictures show abandoned Hungarian power station featured in Blade Runner 2049 film  The Sun

BOB Thissen, 33, surveyed an eerie vast site he likened to an 'enormous industrial maze', part of the building which was used as a location for the sequel to ...

Sat, 30th March 2019

Cyberpunk City Russian Photographer Shoots Moscow With Blade Runner Aesthetics Konstantin Vikhrov's work captures the bright  The Moscow Times

Gallery | Konstantin Vikhrov's work captures the bright but bleak side of Moscow by night.

Wed, 17th April 2019

9th November 2017

With very good reviews from critics, good pre launch buzz and part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe there was never any doubt that Thor: Ragnarok was going to have a huge debut at the US box office.

That debut came in to the tune of $121 million which means the film starring Chris Hemsworth is the 7th biggest opening for an MCU film.

To round out the number its also the 17th number one film from the Disney series and the 8th which has delivered a $100 million plus opening, it beats Spiderman Homecoming from earlier this year.

With Thor out of the way last weeks halloween hit Jigsaw, as expected, falls hard this week and ends up at number 3 with $6.7 million, its total US gross now sits just below $30 million.

Also new on the US box office this week is A Bad Moms Christmas, maybe a little early for to be thinking of the Christmas season but the film makes a very impressive debut at 2 with $17 million.

Longest running film on the US top 10 is Blade Runner 2040 which clocks up 5 weeks and with its impressive $122 million debut Thor Ragnarok is the highest grossing movie on the chart, it has been a very slow second half to the year, until now!

31st October 2017

Two big franchises chose this weekend to release their latest episodes and despite Jigsaw which is part of the Saw series doing well Thor: Ragnarok was the clear winner.

The Disney Marvel Cinematic Universe has become a mammoth series of films that simply cant be matched at the moment and the all star Avengers cars in Thor 3 (try saying that fast) debuts with an incredible £12.3 million making it the 47th top opening in the UK ever.

The film which stars Chris Hemsworth as Thor and is directed by exciting newcomer Taika Waititi joins the ever increasing lineup of Marvel movies and the ever increasing gross for Disney.

The future for the film looks good and, this is nearly double the opening of Thor: The Dark World which went on to gross £20 million so we could have a £35 - 40 million total UK gross.

New in the runner up position is the latest Saw film, this time by the name go Jigsaw, its actually the 8th Saw movie, and opens with £1.8 million.

This is a bit of a low for the series as the average opening for a Saw movie is about £2 - 3 million, but with Halloween this week it will see a boost, but then a big slump after, it could get to £5 million in total.

After a jump back to the top Blade Runner 2049 falls to number 5 with week with £0.6 million over the weekend, after 4 weeks of release this brings the films total to £17.4 million.

Also new this weekend was Breathe, a directorial debut from Andy Serkis starring former Spider-Man Andrew Garfield, it enters at number 8.

With Despicable Me 3 making a reappearance on the UK box office it is once again the longest running film with 17 weeks and the highest total grossing movie with £47.5 million .

Historical charts

A year ago
This time last year Doctor Strange starring Benedict Cumberbatch was the top new film of the week making its debut at number 1 while Trolls fell to number 2 after a week on top.

Five years ago
The latest James Bond film Skyfall made an incredible debut at the top of the Uk box office, it knocked Madagascar 3: Europes Most Wanted from the top after a week.

Ten years ago
Ratatouille spent its third week on top while the top new film was Saw IV at number 2.

Fifteen years ago
XXX starring Vin Diesel spent a second weekend at the top while the top new film was Halloween Resurrection right down at number 5.

Twenty years ago
With The Full Monty staring on top of the box office for another weekend the top new film was The Pacemaker with George Clooney and Nicole Kidman at number 2.

Twenty five years ago
Beauty And The Beast stayed at the top for a third weekend while the top new film was 1492 Conquest Of Paradise starring Gerard Depardieu at number 2.

26th October 2017

Blade Runner 2049 might not have set the box office on fire when it was released 3 weeks ago but it has managed something not many film do and go back to the top of the chart after being knocked off.

It was a relatively quiet weekend at UK cinemas and the Blade runner sequel took £1.8 million to go back on top, nearly 50% down on last weekend.

This means the film has now managed £12.7 million on its UK run, its hard to put this in context of the original movie which 3 weeks in had made £0.8 million.

If take inflated ticket prices into play then the original would have made £4.3 million at this stage so the sequel is over £10 million ahead.

Highest new film of the week, and despite the appalling reviews, is Geostorm starring Gerard Butler, which enters at number 2 with £1.6 million.

The weather disaster movie is a typical summer blockbuster movie so being released so late in the year probably meant the studio had little faith in the film.

Last weeks top film, The Lego Ninjago Movie, falls to number 3 this week with £1.3 million and a total gross so far of £5.5 million.

We have a change of longest running and top total grossing film this week with IT being around for 7 weeks and grossed a total of £32 million.

Historical charts

A year ago
Animated film Trolls took over at the top from The Girl On The Train which fell to number 3 after 2 weeks on top.

Five years ago
Madagascar 3: Europes Most Wanted was the top new film of the week entering the box office at number 1 while Taken 2 fell to number 3 after 2 weeks on top.

Ten years ago
Ratatouille spent a second weekend at the top while the top new film of the week was Stardust starring Claire Danes and Michelle Pfeiffer.

Fifteen years ago
Vin Diesel starred in XXX which was the top new film of the week at number 1 while Lilo and Stitch fell to number 2 after 2 weeks at the top.

Twenty years ago
Hercules spent its second weekend at the top while top new film was Shooting Fist at number 2.

Twenty five years ago
The animated Beauty and The Beast spent its second weekend on top while top new film Strictly Ballroom entered at number 2.

18th October 2017

With the slow box office of Blade Runner 2049 the UK chart sees a new number 1 in the shape of The Lego Ninjago Movie, but it was a battle for the top.

Its the third movie based on the lego franchise and each one has made its debut at the top, but The Lego Ninjago Movie has done so with the lowest opening.

With £3.6 million there is the feeling that the general public are starting to get used to seeing the Lego franchise on the big screen and are maybe waiting for home video before watching.

Regardless this is still a number one film and with a sequel to the original Lego Movie coming soon you can imagine that being a box office hit as well.

Blade Runner 2049 falls from the top to number 2 this week, but with a £3 million weekend it fought hard to stay on top.

The full week gross was £6.1 million so it easily was the top film of the week, the total gross currently sits at £12.1 million.

Also new this week is The Snowman at number 3 with a weekend gross of £1.3 million and Botoks is new at 5 with nearly £0.8 million.

The Ritual is new at number 7 with and the highly acclaimed movie Loving Vincent is new at number 9, Sally Potter just creeps into the top 10 at 10 as The Party makes its debut.

Despicable Me 3 has now been on the box office for 16 weeks and has a total gross of £47 million.

Historical charts

A year ago
The Girl on the Train stays at the top of the box office for a second weekend while Inferno starring Tom hanks and directed by Ron Howard is the top new film at 2.

Five years ago
Liam Neeson and Taken 2 hold onto the top spot for a second weekend while the top new film was Hotel Transylvania at number 2.

Ten years ago
Pixars Ratatouille was the top new film of the weekend at number 1 while The Heartbreak Kid fell from the top to number 3 after just 1 weekend.

Fifteen years ago
The last of the Hannibal Lecter films starring Anthony Hopkins made its debut at the top of the UK box office while Disney's Lilo and Stitch fell to number 2 after a week on top.

Twenty years ago
Disney's Hercules made its debut at the top of the box office knocking The Full Monty down to number 2 after 6 weeks at the top.

Twenty five years ago
The original animated version of Disney's Beauty and The Beast made its debut at the top while Patriot Games fell to number 3 after a couple of weeks at the top.

18th October 2017

With the disappointing box office debut of Blade Runner 2049 last weekend maybe its not much of a surprise that its been knocked off the top this week, the film thats done that is Happy Death Day on its debut.

The teen horror film makes its debut with a fairly lacklustre $26.5 million but there is not a lot more on the market so the box office might go through another quiet time.

Blade Runner 2049 slips down to number 2 this week with a weekend gross of $15 million, more than a 50% drop from last weekend.

Despite the fantastic reviews the general public have simply not taken to the film and with a $60 million total gross after 2 weekend the film could struggle to get to $100 million.

Also new this week and entering at number 3 is The Foreigner with Jackie Chan and Pierce Brosnan which makes its debut with $12 million.

IT which this week is at number 4 is the longest running film with 6 weeks on the chart and the highest total grossing film with $314 million.

Movie details
UK total gross
£6,080,971
UK top grossing film
1029
1030
Blade Runner
1031

UK BBFC Certificate: 15

Popular in: United Kingdom and United States

Box Office
UK release date:

Highest chart position: 1

Box Office History
Date
Place
Week
Total
1N
£453,248
£453,248
2
£211,040
£664,288
2▲▼
£139,936
£804,224
3
£104,384
£908,608
3▲▼
£68,832
£977,440
3▲▼
£35,552
£1,012,992
9
£267,452
£1,280,444
8
£349,492
£1,629,936
15
£228,809
£2,676,858
10
£228,962
£3,023,764
8
£225,428
£3,360,442
6
£231,271
£3,698,261
8
£230,016
£4,035,643
6
£226,058
£4,371,450
7
£227,194
£4,698,172
8
£213,737
£5,013,001
7
£226,459
£5,345,126
10
£166,756
£4,292,376
10▲▼
£127,840
£5,758,135
12
£105,049
£5,914,295
14
£115,406
£6,080,971
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