The makers of "Blade Runner 2049" released two posters and the official trailer this week. The film stars Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford in the lead roles, and it is a sequel to Ridley Scott's cult classic "Blade Runner." The posters first appeared on the film's official Twitter handle, and it features Harrison Ford's Deckard and Ryan Gosling's Officer K in the most stylish avatar.

Academy Award nominee Denis Villeneuve who has previously directed the acclaimed flicks, "Arrival" and "Sicario" is directing this movie. Hampton Fancher and Michael Green have written the screenplay for this film.

The movie takes you to the dark future

The poster features some scenes which we have witnessed in the recently released teaser trailer for the film. The banner which has Deckard features the ruined landscape which was present in the teaser trailer, while the K poster features a stylishly designed car, parked in a chilling backdrop.

The film will revolve around a story which is happening thirty years after the first movie. In this movie, we can see LAPD Officer K who is the new blade runner. While investigating a case, he unearths a long-buried secret which can pull the society to a state of chaos.

The new finding compels him to search for Deckard, a blade runner who has been missing for thirty years.

The newly released posters have fetched positive reviews from all corners, and spectators are praising Colombia Pictures for designing the posters elegantly.

Watch trailer video.

A film with an ensemble star cast

This movie is touted to be the biggest film in the careers of Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford, and it is made with an undisclosed budget.

It also features Dave Bautista, Jared Leto, Robin Wright, Ana de Armas, Sylvia Hoeks, Mackenzie Davis, Carla Juri, and Lennie James in other crucial roles. The director has reportedly given immense care to give equal prominence to all the characters in the movie, and it will inevitably turn out to be such an elegant creation just like its original.

The prequel of this movie was a moderate hit at the box-office, and it had grossed around $34 million at the box-office. The makers of "Blade Runner 2049" believe that the film will gross more than $1 billion, and this expectation in all probabilities will turn true, as it has created huge pre-release hype.

"Blade Runner 2049" will be released on October 06, 2017. Stay tuned for more updates.