I’m not going to lie, I really don’t like Blade Runner. I think the movie LOOKS and SOUNDS astounding, but the story never drew me in. I love Harrison Ford and most of the other actors involved in the film; but it’s so slow and boring and just plain meh. The new one looks to be about the same. Besides all that, NECA is releasing a book called The Art and Soul of Blade Runner 2049 which I’d be interested in seeing only for the visuals alone. Read more about it below.
In 1982’s groundbreaking film Blade Runner, the world saw a vision of the future so bold and breathtaking that it still remains at the forefront of film.
In 2017, we make a thrilling return to that world, a journey chronicled with captivating detail in this official visual guide to Blade Runner 2049, presented in an oversized, luxe, full-color format.
The author documented the film’s production for two years, gaining unprecedented access to the creative process of bringing this epic to life. Exclusive concept art, storyboards, behind-the-scenes photography, and production stills are accompanied by fascinating insights from the cast and crew.
The Art and Soul of Blade Runner 2049 is both a display-worthy art piece and a mesmerizing insider’s look at the unforgettable characters, iconic environments, and unbelievable technology featured in the film.
Hardcover: 220 pages
Publisher: Alcon Entertainment (October 5, 2017)
Dimensions: 14 5/8 x 1 x 11 5/8 inches