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The 'Star Wars' actor is set to reprise his role as Rick Deckard in the follow-up to the 1982 movie, while the 'Incendies' director is set to take the director chair.
The 'Exodus: Gods and King' director says that he hasn't made up his mind in regards to the directing gig, while Hardy is tapped to replace F. Javier Gutierrez.
The 'Exodus: Gods and Kings' helmer won't return to his post behind the lens when the production for 'Blade Runner' sequel starts in 2015.
With Ridley Scott attached to direct, the film is waiting for the original star to reprise his role as retired cop Rick Deckard.
Kingsley laughs off the 'Star Wars Episode 7' casting rumor, while Ford says he's indeed in talks to reprise his role as Rick Deckard in the 'Blade Runner' sequel.
Though stressing that Ford's Rick Deckard will likely not have a prominent role in the sequel, Scott opens up, 'I've got to have him in it somewhere.'
Additionally, Alcon Entertainment confirms that Scott could reunite with scribe Hampton Fancher to develop the sequel, which 'will take place some years after the first film concluded.'
Alcon Entertainment's Andrew Kosove slams the recent swirling reports about Ford's casting in the untitled sequel, insisting that the rumors are 'absolutely patently false.'
Rumor has it, the 'Indiana Jones' actor has entered an early negotiation with Warner Bros. Pictures to reprise his iconic role in the sequel that will bring back Ridley Scott to the directing seat.
It is not Christopher Nolan like what the producers had hoped for but the film would be placed in the hand of the original director.
Producer Andrew Kosove states the 'Dark Knight' helmer is the man they dream of getting to work with for the new installment of the sci-fi franchise.
Alcon Entertainment, which produced 'The Blind Side', is in final negotiations to acquire rights to make prequels and sequels to the 1982 movie starring Harrison Ford.