Warner Bros. has just dropped a brand new trailer for their upcoming neo-noir science fiction sequel, "Blade Runner 2049." Unlike the previous trailer, the new video is quite substantial and Shows off more of the world that was created by director Denis Villeneuve.

An expanded world

Compared to the closed dreary world featured in the original "Blade Runner" movie that was released in 1982, the new landscapes featured in the trailer for the sequel seems to be greatly expanded. While the claustrophobic atmosphere was a big part of Ridley Scott's vision of the original movie, Villeneuve likely wants a different take on the bleak world of "Blade Runner." The trailer now shows different landscapes that include deserted ruins, hologram filled skyscrapers, and even a lush forest.

The new movie also looks to feature a lot of action this time around, which includes big Hollywood-style explosions and epic gunfights.

Tackling a political issue

Similar to the first film, the upcoming new sequel looks like it will still be tackling the long-discussed issue of slavery. Although, the movie does put it in the context of replicants, which are essentially biological androids that are used as slaves. Jared Leto's character, Wallace, even mentions in the trailer that "every civilization was built off the back of a disposable workforce," which is a clear indication that slavery may very well be the topic of discussion during the movie's storyline.

Possible plot

As clearly stated in the film's title, the movie will be taking place 30 years after the events of the original film.

Harrison Ford's Rick Deckard has been missing for three decades, but somehow Ryan Gosling's Officer K manages to track him down. K is possibly on the brink of uncovering some devious plot instigated by Wallace's company, which was likely brought to his attention by one of Wallace's creation, the replicant played by Ana de Armas.

There are a few clues buried in the trailer, which includes a date carved on a tree branch, which points to K likely getting too close to the answers he is seeking. The huge explosion also indicates that Wallace's goons are likely already on his tail, even after he tracks down Deckard. The video trailer also gives fans a look at Dave Bautista's character in the movie and it might be safe to assume that he might be one of the bad guys on this one. The movie also stars Sylvia Hoeks, Robin Wright, Mackenzie Davis, Carla Juri, and Lennie James in supporting roles.

"Blade Runner 2049" is scheduled to hit theaters on October 6.