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There was a contention back in antiquity: “nothing comes from nothing” (or “nihil fit ex nihilo” if you ever find yourself trying to impress the foreign secretary). It’s an axiom worth remembering when you encounter the likes of Ana de Armas. Although the 29-year-old might seem to have come out of nowhere to own the cinema – she stars in this summer’s Scott Eastwood heist film Overdrive and plays the female lead in this year’s event picture Blade Runner 2049 – she has been quietly building her profile since 2006.

First she had Spanish TV shows; then, after moving to Los Angeles in 2014, Hollywood outings: re-watch Keanu ReevesKnock Knock, Robert de Niro’s Hands Of Stone or Jonah Hill’s War Dogs. She’s the Cuban actress stealing all the scenes. A more elegant philosophical proof we challenge you to find.

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Blade Runner left audiences with a mystery: was Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) a replicant or a human? The upcoming sequel (starring Ana de Armas) will “take care of it”, according to director Denis Villeneuve.


The first trailer for ‘Overdrive’ has been released! Sadly, Ana isn’t featured in it.


Ana joined Jared Leto and Denis Villeneuve on a exclusive presentation by Warner Bros where the new #BladeRunner2049 trailer was out! See almost 300 photos on our gallery:

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Public Appearances > 2017 > 29.03 Warner Bros. Pictures presentation during CinemaCon at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace

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Public Appearances > 2017 > 29.03 onstage at CinemaCon 2017 Warner Bros. Pictures presentation on The Colosseum at Caesars Palace during CinemaCon



Sony Motion Picture Group chairman Tom Rothman has one message for those who think fans won’t be rushing to the theaters to see “Blade Runner 2049”: “Netflix, my ass.”

The studio chief dropped the zinger while debuting new footage of the “Blade Runner” sequel to exhibition industry professionals at CinemaCon, with star Ryan Gosling on hand. The extended preview that the actor brought with him to Las Vegas stunned the crowd, featuring an apocalyptic Los Angeles and Las Vegas filled with snow, dust storms, and dazed looking androids, all of it created in Budapest. There were also several visual callbacks to sequences and sets from the first picture that are sure to tickle fans.

Rothman, for his part, called the film “cool as s—,” and Gosling told the crowd of theater owners that the team behind Denis Villeneuve’s “Blade Runner 2049” tried to keep CGI to a minimum.

“Every location was real,” said Gosling. “Every set was there…It was a fully functioning, living, breathing world.”

The new footage showed more of Harrison Ford’s Rick Deckard and Gosling’s Officer K, as well as a creepy look at Jared Leto, playing a manufacturer of replicants with a daddy complex. In one shot, Leto lovingly caresses a naked android, who appears to have been doused in amniotic fluid.

Robin Wright and Ana de Armas also star in the film, which hits theaters on Oct. 6. Ridley Scott, who directed the first film, executive produced “Blade Runner: 2049.” Warner Bros. is handling the domestic rollout when the film debuts on Oct. 6, 2017.

The footage, which also included shots of a bloodied, haunted-looking Gosling and de Armas as a skittish replicant who appears to have captured his heart, received loud applause.

“Prepare to start going steady with the edge of your seats,” Gosling quipped.


The second poster (first was released in a very low quality image from Cannes festival small screen) for Overdrive has been released! As well as some new information on the film according to this site:


Film Productions > 2017 — Overdrive > Posters

Professional car thieves Andrew and his younger brother Garrett, find themselves in conflict with French gangsters. The two brothers specialized in the theft of expensive, luxury cars were hired to steal a beautiful Bugatti from 1937 worth one million euros while moving to the south of France to complete the job. But they are caught by the owner and a local gangster Jacoma Morier, that they, in exchange for their lives offered a new job – to steal from his main rival, Max Klemp, its most luxurious car – Ferrari 250 GTO 1962.

Hungarian Release: 16.03.2017

UK Release: 05.05.2017 (more)

France Release: 15.02.2017 (more)

The next issue of EW Magazine will feature ‘Blade Runner 2049‘ on their cover and a special inside interview! The first informations about Ana’s character have been released as well as one production still:

An Exclusive Look at ‘Blade Runner 2049’

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Film Productions > 2018 — Blade Runner: 2049 > Production Still

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