The latest teaser trailer for “Blade Runner 2049” is full of stunning shots. It looks like the filmmaker, Denis Villeneuve, is trying his best to surpass Ridley’s vision of a grim, dystopian future.

The 10-second trailer features all the main characters, including Harrison Ford, Barkhad Abdi, Ryan Gosling, Hiam Abbass, Dave Bautista, Ana de Armas, David Dastmalchian, Sylvia Hoeks, and Mackenzie Davis. It ends up with a fight between Lennie James and Jared Leto.

Robin Wright and Edward James Olmos are reportedly playing supporting characters in this movie.

We cannot say whether it’s just a clean throwback or a key to open the door of the “Blade Runner” world where there’s lots of action, romance, and thrill.

The latest American film

It is a science fiction movie directed by Denis Villeneuve, with Hampton Fancher serving as a screenplay writer. It is a sequel to 1982 film, “Blade Runner,” which featured Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling. The film is scheduled to be released in the United States on October 6, 2017, IMAX 3D and DVD. The story revolves around a blade runner, LAPD Officer K who discovers a creature that is bringing humanity to an end.

The project was first confirmed in August 2011 when Scott and producer Andrew A. Kosove hinted at a new movie.

Pre-production began in April 2015, with Warner Bros. acquiring the US distribution rights. Columbia Pictures will handle the international release of “Blade Runner 2049.” The two studios have joined hands for the marketing. A selection of excerpts will be released in the last week of May.

The original movie

Released in 1982, “Blade Runner” featured Harrison Ford, Sean Young, Edward James Olmos, Rutger Hauer, and David Peoples.

The story was written by Hampton Fancher, based on a novel of the same name by Philip K. Dick.

Its special effects are recognized as the best of all time. Several matte paintings and models were employed in the action sequences. Special motion controlled cameras were used during the production. Initial reaction among critics and audiences were mixed.

Some of them praised the special effects, while the others criticized star performances.

The film received poor comments from viewers in the United States due to its slow pace. So far, several versions of “Blade Runner” have been released, but the latest film is expected to break the records at the box office.